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Airports agency accepts political protests impact passengers usage numbers

BANGKOK, Dec 15 - Airports of Thailand (AoT) president admitted the ongoing protests have affected the number of passengers using Thailand's airports to enter...

Strategic Environment Assessment conducted for Suvarnabhumi’s expansion plan

BANGKOK, 3 July 2013 The Airports of Thailand (AoT) has conducted a feasibility study on the impact of the future expansion plan on the...

Thai AirAsia launches new routes to welcome AEC

BANGKOK, Aug 6 – Thai AirAsia will launch more new routes to welcome the formation of Asean Economic Cooperation (AEC) in 2015. ...

Airports of Thailand: Suvarnabhumi’s eastern runway returned to service

BANGKOK, July 31 – Repairs on Suvarnabhumi Airport's damaged eastern runway finished earlier than scheduled and it was returned to full operational service...

Transport Ministry expects Suvarnabhumi to be overcrowded in 4 years

BANGKOK, 30 July 2012  – The Transport Ministry is finding ways to solve the anticipated overcrowding problem at Suvarnabhumi Airport, citing the airport...

Suvarnabhumi Airport’s eastern runway back in service

BANGKOK, July 18 - Suvarnabhumi Airport's 870 metre eastern runway was returned to service Wednesday, according to representatives of Airports of Thailand (AoT) and...

AOT: West runway of Suvarnabhumi Airport now operational

BANGKOK, 8 July 2012  - The operator of Suvarnabhumi Airport has confirmed that the recently-repaired west runway has been reopened for service. ...

AoT held medical emergency drill to assure passengers safety

BANGKOK, 6 July 2012 -The Airports of Thailand (AoT) has held a full- scale medical emergency drill today at Suvarnabhumi Airport (SVB) to...

AOT forecasts 70 million people to pass through Thai airports in...

BANGKOK, 30 June 2012  – Thailand’s airport operator is hopeful that its business will still be expanding well in spite of the impact...

AoT reports passenger complaints due to flight delays

BANGKOK, 28 June 2012  - Airports of Thailand (AoT) has reported a number of passenger complaints from flight delays caused by Suvarnabhumi Airport's...

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Thailand revises guidelines to increase capacity of domestic flights

CCSA explains how to apply for the “Thailand Pass” system which will be adopted to replace the certificate of entry (COE) process after the...

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Thailand and Pakistan commemorate 70th anniversary of diplomatic relations

This month, Thailand and Pakistan commemorate the 70th anniversary of their diplomatic relations with commitments to further promoting ties across all dimensions. Deputy Prime Minister...

Update of Thailand Pass and Entry in Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: When will the COE be terminated and replaced with the Thailand Pass System? A: According to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, it has been...

Bangkok Airways launches Samui – Singapore 3 flights per week and daily domestic routes

Bangkok Airways has announced its winter flight schedule from 31 October, 2021, onwards. Domestic Routes: Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) – Samui 6 flights daily. Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) – Phuket 3...