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Don Mueang Airport ready to open for service on October 1

BANGKOK, 18 August 2012 – The Transport Ministry has affirmed that the Don Mueang Airport will be ready for full commercial operation again...

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...

Transport Ministry to further upgrade railway networks at Laem Chabang

BANGKOK, 24 June 2012  - The Transport Ministry is set to expand the railway system to the Laem Chabang Port in the East in...

Transport Ministry to turn Nakhon Ratchasima Airport into new maintenance center

BANGKOK, 18 May 2012– The Transport Ministry is preparing to turn the Nakhon Ratchasima Airport into a new aircraft maintenance center. ...

China keen to cooperate in high speed rail projects

BANGKOK, 13 May 2012  – China has expressed enthusiasm to cooperate with Thailand in the construction of the Bangkok-Chiang Mai and Bangkok-Nong Khai...

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Police officer in Korat mass shooting rampage rescue mission awarded

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Thailand reports 11 new Coronavirus cases, all returned from India, Middle East

BANGKOK – Thailand on Thursday reported a double- digit increase of the daily new Covid-19 infection rate at 11, bringing the total confirmed cases...

Chiang Rai locals return from Phuket, placed in quarantine

BANGKOK- Today, a group of 400 Thai nationals returned from foreign countries, and were placed in state quarantine facilities in Chonburi province. Meanwhile, a...

Thailand reports no new case of COVID-19 in 65 provinces last month

BANGKOK- The Ministry of Public Health has indicated that the COVID-19 situation in Thailand is improving, with 65 provinces reporting no new cases in...