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Cargo flights at Suvarnabhumi International Airport had resumed on 2 December 2008

Wednesday, December 3rd, 2008

Security firm at Suvarnabhumi airport to accept shorter term

Tuesday, August 14th, 2007

The security firm at Suvarnabhumi airport yesterday indicated that it was willing to accept a shorter contract term sought by Airports of Thailand (AOT). Karn Thongyai, managing director of Asia Security Management Co, which is part of the Loxley-ICTS consortium, said a reduction in the contract term would be acceptable if it was reasonable.

He said he had to study details from the Airports of Thailand board but the shortened period should start from now, rather than being backdated to when the original contract began last year.

In flight liquids to be strictly enforced on June 1, 2007

Sunday, May 27th, 2007

Starting June 1, 2007, The Transport Ministry’s Aviation Department will enforce its rule requiring air passengers to display liquids, gels and sprays in transparent containers before boarding flights, Director-General Chaisak Angkasuwan said Saturday.

Mr. Chaisak said he had met representatives of Airports of Thailand (AOT), airlines and King Power, contracted for duty free and other business at Suvarnabhumi airport, regarding the measure, which will be enforced both on domestic and international routes beginning June 1.

Enforcement will follow International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) procedures already used by many airlines worldwide after Britain last year disclosed that terrorists planned to destroy planes and passengers with liquid bombs carried aboard aircraft.

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