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Pattaya Daily News

26 March 2007 :: 19:03:03 pm 25830

Don Muang May Soon feature International flight once more

As Don Muang Airport opens for domestic services once again, Thailand‘s main airport regulator, Admiral Bannawit Kengrian, has hinted that international flights may well soon again be on the agenda for Don Muang. A detailed plan of refurbishment is to be put to the Airports of Thailand at their forthcoming meeting, Admiral Bannawit said. This will include renovating passenger lounges for international flights and proposals for services for international airlines.
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Thailand’s main airport regulator will soon discuss the possible restoration of international flights at Don Muang Airport, which officially reopened for domestic flights on Sunday, according to a senior official.
Don Muang reopened on Sunday to provide domestic flights, mainly for the budget airlines, Nok Air and Thai Air Asia, which had been stretching the capacity at Suvarnabhumi Airport as their provision had not been adequately catered for at the planning stage of Suvarnabhumi. Diverting domestic flights to Don Muang Airport, it was hoped, will give breathing space to allow the problems currently being experienced at Suvarnabhumi Airport, namely cracks in the runway and taxiways, to be repaired and wider facilities provided like more restrooms.

Thai Airways International has also moved most of its domestic flights to Don Muang. On Sunday, more than 2,100 people used its services. In fact, so much in demand was Thai Airways’ domestic service that it plans to recruit new 125 staff for both Don Muang and Suvarnabhumi Airports.

The passenger retail section of Don Muang, its restaurants and gift stores, has not yet been refurbished but it’s hoped that these will be ready by next weekend.

Local service providers in the form of taxi drivers and local vendors also welcomed the reopening of the airport as it will boost their income, after suffering shortfalls following the previous closure of Don Muang.

Reporter : PDN staff   Photo : Internet   Category : Tourism News

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