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11 March 2014 :: 13:03:30 pm 82990

Fake Passports Used To Buy Tickets In Pattaya For Malaysian Flight

Pattaya police have inspected 2 tour operators in Pattaya city after they were linked to the purchase of 2 plane tickets bought by 2 foreigners who used fake passports. The flight was the “Malaysian Airlines” flight that went missing over the south China sea.
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PATTAYA – March 10, 2014 [Pattaya Daily News]; at 12.00 p.m.; Pol.Col. Supphachai Phuikaewkham (Superintendent of Pattaya city police station, Chonburi Province) brought forces of Pattaya tourism police and the officers of Chonburi Immigration Bureau to inspect Six Star Travel Co., Ltd. which is located at 333/99-102, G floor, Central Festival Beach department store, Pattaya beach road, after they were informed that the tour operator had sold flight tickets to 2 suspicious foreigners that were on board the Boeing Commercial Airplane 777-200 Malaysia Airlines that come down in the South China Sea.

The police examined all the documents connected with the 2 flight tickets which were purchased via the internet at Six Star Travel Co. Ltd. To be used on the missing flight from Malaysia to China on March 8, 2014.

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Later the police went to inspect Grand Horizon Travel Co., Ltd., in area of South Pattaya and also seized some important documents but the officers could not reveal anything to the journalists. Pol.Col. Suppachai said that upon inspecting initial information, the officers knew that there were 2 tourists (which still don’t indicate for their nationalities) used the passport of Mr. Luigi Maraldi, aged 27, Italian nationality, (which he had already showed up) and the passport of Mr. Kristian Kozel, Austrian nationality, (which he notified in being missing in Thailand last year), in order to book for 2 flight tickets via the internet with Grand Horizon Travel Co., Ltd. and then Grand Horizon Travel Co., Ltd. contacted Six Star Travel Co., Ltd. to reserve for the 2 flight tickets so it was not clear who made the reservation.

However Pol.Col. Supphachai had commanded the detective police team to find clues of this case and inspected the CCTV footage which he had recorded the incident.

Reporter : Samart   Photo : Samart   Category : Community News

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