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Jetstar Asia flights will embark and disembark at U-Tapao International Airport

Friday, November 28th, 2008

Jetstar Asia is re-commencing its Bangkok services; flights will embark and disembark at U-Tapao International Airport from this evening till further notice. The flight schedules are as follows:  

SIN – UTP   3K 511   07.15 am – 08.35 am 
UTP – SIN   3K 512   09.15 am – 12.40 pm  
            
SIN – UTP   3K 513   06.50 pm – 08.10 pm 
UTP – SIN   3K 514   08.50 pm – 00.05 am




THAI organised special flight for Thai Muslim to Haj in Mecca

Friday, November 28th, 2008

Thai Airways have organised a special flight for Thai Muslim pilgrims to their annual Haj pilgrimage in Mecca from Hat Yai Airport. ACM Narongsak Sangapong, Thai Airways’ Executive Vice President, Corporate Secretariat Department and Acting President, said that due to the Airports of Thailand (AOT)’s announcement of the closure of Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang International Airports since 21 November, 2008, a number of Thai Muslim pilgrims were stranded at Suvarnabhumi and Hat Yai International Airports.  
   
Thai Airways organised a special flight, TG8534, on the Hat Yai – Jeddah route, utilizing Airbus A300-600 aircraft. Flight TG8534 departed Hat Yai International Airport at 15.35 hrs. and will arrive at Jeddah at 22.14 hrs. (local time).




Thai aviation authorities gave airlines the green light to use U-Tapao Airport

Friday, November 28th, 2008

Thai aviation authorities gave airlines the green light to use U-Tapao Airport. Mr. Chaisak Angkasuwan, Director General of the Civil Aviation Department said that he had authorized more than 20 airlines to utilise the airport, and already a number of flights had landed. He also requested that Immigration and Customs staff to reinforce the number of staff at the airport.

Thai aviation authorities are also coordinating with Thai Airways and other airlines in transferring the stranded passengers and tourists to U-Tapao International Airport, so that they can continue onto their destination.




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