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27 January 2011 :: 11:01:22 am 49316

Suvarnabhumi Airport Strict Security Measures

Bangkok, 26 January 2011: Ms. Wilaiwan Suvarnabhumi Airport spokesperson, Airports of Thailand Plc (AOT), said that after the bombing in the Modern International Domodedovo Airport,
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Russia recently Suvarnabhumi Airport has two levels of security measures as usual, but has increased tolerance for searches even more like a random inspection of baggage and passengers from 15 to 1 an increase of 10 per cycle in the surveillance of security personnel to have greater frequency and search capability.

Inspection of motor vehicles in – all the building spaces. The body and luggage search will be a more detailed inspection and will also be coordinated in order to adjust the consideration of security measures to suit the circumstances and work closely with the National Intelligence Agency and the Police to track movements in the country and abroad.

Ms. Wilaiwan. Stated that the Dsp. Have strict measures in this. For the safety of every passenger. Passengers are asked to cooperate with If passengers have any further questions call the Call Center telephone number 02-132-1888 (15 lines), 24 hour – Thai News Agency.

Security measures were increased after the bomb attack at Moscow’s Domodedovo airport has killed at least 35 people and injured more than 100 – many of them critically, officials say. Investigators say the explosion, which happened in the arrivals hall, was caused by a suicide bomber. President Dmitry Medvedev ordered increased security across Russia’s capital, its airports and other transport hubs.

Source: Thai News Agency.

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