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Parking fees at Suvarnabhumi airport starting 16 December 2006

Friday, December 15th, 2006

Car parking fees will escalate at the airport, starting with a minimum parking charge of

For motorcycles,

There will be security officers stationed at all of the parking buildings to prevent theft.

IATA – Airlines on course to fly in to the black next year

Thursday, December 14th, 2006

Having lost US$41 billion since 2001, the world’s airline industry is poised to reduce its loss to $500 million this year and to report its first profit since 2000 with $2.5 billion next year. The latest projection by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) for this year was much better than its previous forecast made in September when it came out with a $1.7-billion loss projection.

Barring the $6-billion cost restructuring at Delta and Northwest in the US under Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings, 2006 would have been a profitable year for the industry, IATA director-general Giovanni Bisignani said on Tuesday.

Airports of Thailand approves 468.438 million compensations for noise pollution

Wednesday, December 13th, 2006

Airports of Thailand‘s board has approved the allocation of Bt468.438 million to compensate those affected by noise pollution caused by the new Bangkok Airport.
In the filing to the Stock Exchange of Thailand, AOT, the  operator of Suvarnabhumi Airport, said the board approved the payment of Bt43 million for the three residents who have agreed to sell a total of three plots of land and eight buildings.

The remaining budget of Bt389 million will be divided for the noise pollution victims. Some are still negotiating to sell their properties, currently at 29 plots of land and 36 buildings.

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