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Suvarnabhumi Archive for June, 2009



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Courts dismisses cases concerning Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Airport Thailand

Thursday, June 25th, 2009

The Supreme Administrative Court on Wednesday ruled that Airports of Thailand (AoT) should continue to be responsible for solving the problem of noise pollution of residential areas around Suvarnabhumi airport, as set out in a cabinet resolution of May 29, 2007.

The  court dismissed the petition submitted by a number of people living near the airport, who said the cabinet resolution was unfair to them. In its judgement, the court upheld the cabinet resolution, saying it was  legitimate, and said  the  Airports of Thailand (AoT), which operates the Bangkok airport, had actually taken measures to solve the noise problem, in line with the cabinet resolution.




Special tour packages for transit passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport Bangkok Thailand

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2009

Thailand’s tourism related agencies on Monday (1 June 2009) launched 15 special tour packages in Bangkok and its environs to attract transfer passengers making stopovers of 12 hours or less at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, in an attempt to boost the country’s tourism industry.

The campaign which targets transit passenger has been jointly launched by the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT), the Airports of Thailand (AoT), the Immigration Bureau, Thai Airways International (THAI), and the Association of Thai Travel Agents (ATTA).

TAT chairman Veerasak Kowsurat said that the campaign is aimed at boosting the country’s economy and increasing local incomes.




World largest passenger airliner’s first commercial flight landed at Suvarnabhumi Airport Thailand

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2009

The world’s largest passenger airliner, an Airbus A380 of Emirates airlines, landed Monday night at Suvarnabhumi Airport in its first commercial flight to Bangkok.

Flight EK 372 arrived at 7pm with 432 passengers on board from Dubai. The airlines purchased two superjumbos to service two routes, Dubai – Bangkok and Dubai – Toronto.

EK 372 took off from Emirates, Terminal 3 at Dubai International Airport, at 09:40 hours carrying 488 passengers. It landed to a festive welcome by the Thai government at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport at 19:00 hours.





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