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Immigration Bureau clears up confusion over termination of Immigration 6 form

BANGKOK – The Immigration Bureau has pointed out that there has been a misunderstanding over news the Prime Minister signed the cancellation of the...

Don Muang airport’s terminal 2 to open in December

BANGKOK – Renovation of Don Muang airport’s passenger terminal 2 is 91.55 percent completed and is scheduled to open within December 2015. Currently, Don...

Suvarnabhumi expects 8-9% rise in passenger number next year

BANGKOK, 28 September 2012 – Suvarnabhumi International Airport is anticipating an increase of 8-9% in the passenger number in 2013 despite the absence...

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...

Economic Cabinet busy with finding ways to help exporters battle crisis...

BANGKOK, 5 July 2012 – The economic Cabinet has been discussing approaches to help exporters handle the fallout of the Eurozone debt crisis...

Orient Thai to purchase planes in preparation for AEC

BANGKOK, 30 June 2012 – Orient Thai Airlines is looking to purchase additional aircrafts in preparation for the advent of the Asean Economic...

Thai Air Asia to move its base to Don Muang in...

BANGKOK, 25 June 2012 - Thai Air Asia, a subsidiary of the region’s largest low-cost airline, Air Asia, is planning to relocate its...

Govt to discuss post-flood relief plans with business & financial sectors

BANGKOK, 15 October 2011  – Deputy Prime Minister and Commerce Minister Kittirat Na Ranong will convene a meeting with trade and financial related organizations...

65 million passengers expected to be using Thailand’s airports by November

Some 65 million passengers, a 13 percent rise, are expected to use Thailand’ airports in the 2011 fiscal year, from October 2010 to...

65 million passengers expected to be using Thailand’s airports by November

BANGKOK, June 29 - Some 65 million passengers, a 13-per cent rise, are expected to use Thailand' airports in the 2011 fiscal year,...

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Grapevine: Jan 15, 2021

Food now abolished So, domestic flights in Thailand will no longer serve meals or drinks as an anti-Covid precaution. However, the rule may be waived...

Successful auctions at the end of 2020

Many had doubts if there was still a strong market for coins, banknotes and medals at the end of the difficult last year because...

Thai Public Health warns drinking alcohol to keep the body warm could be fatal

The Ministry of Public Health has warned the general public of the increasing risk of catching a cold and influenza due to the drop...

Bangkok ranks world’s third highest air polluted city, smog to blame

The Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment has reported that data from 2020 has confirmed that smog and burning were the key causes...

Sea of Blooming Red Lotus a picturesque attraction in Nongkhai, northeast Thailand

In Nong Khai, red lotuses have begun to emerge from the water, blooming beautifully. Tourists can admire their beauty until the end of March. ...