The management of Airports of Thailand blamed a rainstorm for the collapse of a terminal at Don Mueang airport yesterday.
Thai K-pop star Lalisa “Lisa” Manoban of South Korea’s Blackpink girl group returned to Thailand for the first time in three years and many staff on duty at Suvarnabhumi airport were criticized for following the star en masse to take her photos.
Thailand started to welcome air travelers and revoked quarantine for some of them and consequently its biggest airport, Suvarnabhumi, resumed its active operations as more visitors arrived compared with last week’s traffic.
The 14-day flight ban in 13 provinces declared the dark-red zones of maximum and strict COVID-19 control start today to contain the novel coronavirus.
Explosions at a plastic and foam bead factory in Samut Prakan province had no impacts on nearby Suvarnabhumi airport yet, according to Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob.
The general manager of Phuket airport expected it to reopen on June 16 along with the resumption of many other business and activities approved by the government.
The management of Don Mueang airport has prepared for more flights as two airlines will resume their service on May 1.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha, in his capacity as the director of the Center for COVID-19 Situation Administration, on Sunday received 207 returnees
Bangkok’s two main airports have stepped up screening for passengers from Japan and Singapore, the similar measures, imposed for passengers from China.
Deputy Transport Minister Thaworn Senneam plans to raise flights at 29 airports under the Department of Airports (DoA) by 8-10% yearly
Airports of Thailand PCL (AOT) announced King Power Duty Free Co won a bidding contest to operate the duty-free shop at Suvarnabhumi airport
The state-run Airports of Thailand (AoT) has decided to split the bidding of duty-free shops at Suvarnabhumi and three airports in the provinces