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ICAO acknowledges progress in Thai aviation sector

BANGKOK – International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has acknowledged that its latest assessment of Thailand’s civil aviation sector found no security concerns but has...

ICAO follows up on Thailand’s effort to address aviation problems

BANGKOK– The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has met with the Thai government to follow up on the latter’s effort to improve its aviation...

Airports of Thailand start using APPS to ensure safety

BANGKOK –Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) is now using a new system to monitor passenger profiles in advance, in a bid 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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Fear of coronavirus back home is driving immigration defaults in Thailand

Evidence is growing that the main reason why thousands of foreigners – beneficiaries of the visa grace period which ends on September 26 –...

Police seize 200 kg. crystal meth outside Pattaya-area warehouse

Banglamung police seized 200 kilograms of crystal methamphetamine hidden outside an abandoned warehouse in Nong Plalai. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||...

Four die when SUV plunges into canal near Pattaya

Four people drowned when a Bangkok woman rolled her SUV into a Phanat Nikhom canal. Identified only as Sukanya, 38, the driver of the Toyota...

Domestic tourism not helping Chiang Mai hotels, industry chief says

The government’s push to stoke domestic tourism isn’t helping Chiang Mai hotels, with most remaining closed and those that do open only about 15...

Tourists traveling to Koh Larn Island in Pattaya warned of strong wind, heavy rains

Thailand’s eastern region will see continued rainfall and isolated heavy rain. Travelers on holiday trips to islands are warned of strong wind and high...