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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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