June delivered a positive performance for the Airports of Thailand according to the company’s June data on the six airports under its management.
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The airline starts operating at Don Mueang Airport from March 6 onwards.
Nok Air announces its move back to Don Mueang Airport, and that it will start operating its flights out of there from 6 March 2012 onwards, after the reopening of Don Mueang Airport by Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) following the airport’s closure as result of the flood crisis in Bangkok in late 2011.
Flood-ravaged Don Mueang airport will reopen for full commercial operations in April 1, Airports of Thailand president Aniruth Thanomkulbutr said Monday.
Inspections confirmed the runway surfaces on the western and eastern sides of the airport are still strong. Water, electricity and other services have been repaired, he said.
The AOT chief said Orient Thai and Nok Air could return to their bases at Don Mueang on April 1, 2011. The two domestic airlines switched their operations to Suvarnabhumi airport because of this year’s great flood.
The Transport Ministry ordered the Airports of Thailand to revise the budget of 62 billion baht to fund the second phase of the Suvarnabhumi Airport development …
The Air Force will use 14 water pumps to drain floodwater from the Don Mueang Airport and complete the task in two weeks, Defense Minister Spokesman Col Thanatip Sawangsaeng said Friday.
Thanatip said the draining of floodwater from the airport was under the responsibility of Airports of Thailand Plc and the Air Force would provide personnel and water pumps to help in the mission.
The water would be drained into Prem Prachakorn Canal and to the road.
Mr. Somchai Sawasdeepon, General Manager of Suvarnabhumi Airport, Airports of Thailand Plc (AOT), announced the conclusion of Suvarnabhumi Airport's 5th …