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Suvarnabhumi Airport Closed

Wednesday, November 26th, 2008

Due to the protesters blockade at the airport, the Airports of Thailand has decided to temporary close the Suvarnabhumi airport since 04.00 AM, 26 November 2008 onward.

For latest developments at the Suvarnabhumi International Airport, please call: (+66) 021321882 or (+66) 021321888 or call tourist police at (+66) 026435522 .

*Thai passengers, please read here: Suvarnabhumi Temporary Closure Announcement (Thai language)

*สำหรับท่านผู้โดยสารชาวไทย โปรดอ่านเอกสารเผยแพร่เรื่อง การงดเที่ยวบินที่จะออกเดินทางจากท่าอากาศยานสุวรรณภูมิ ได้ ที่นี่

Airlines praise Suvarnabhumi airport

Thursday, October 4th, 2007

National and international airlines have praised an overall improved service at Suvarnabhumi airport which will mark its first anniversary on Sep 28, 2007, airport director Serirat Prasutanond said Thursday.

He said a number of airline managers have lauded the continuous improvement of service at Suvarnbhumi airport, adding that airport officials had followed up on arising problems and worked out solutions accordingly.

One of the positive changes is a permission for licensed taxis to offer service on the second floor of the passenger terminal, starting Oct. 1 to solve the problem of unauthorized taxis touting for passengers, Serirat said.

CTX scanners have been fixed & ready for full operation

Saturday, July 21st, 2007

Computer tomography x-ray (CTX) machines at the capital’s Suvarnabhumi airport are fully functional now after breaking down in June due to a computer virus introduced into the computer system server.

The Airports of Thailand (AOT) has implemented measures to close all USB ports connecting to the CTX server so that no alien programme or software can be downloaded into the computer system, Serirat Prasutanont, director of Suvarnabhumi airport said.

GE Invision Inc., an American company which supplied the CTX machines at Suvarnabhumi, is developing anti-virus software to block the computer virus, but it has taken time to install the newly-developed software.

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