2.3 Millions to Fly in Thailand for Chinese New Year

The Airports of Thailand (AOT) has forecast 2.3 million visitors to be passing through its airports during the Chinese New Year, while additional flights continue to fly in from China.

Airports of Thailand served 66 million passengers in 2011

The Airports of Thailand AoTs six airports served over 66 million passengers during Fiscal Year 2011 Oct 2010-Sept 2011, a 15.46 per cent increase year-on-year, according to AoT President Anirut Thanomkulbutra.

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport passengers up 12%

Passenger volume at Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi Airport reached 47 million this year, a 12 per cent increase from 2010, according to airport spokesperson Wilaiwan Natwilai.

Don Mueang Airport to become a retail-wholesale center

Deputy Commerce Minister Alongkorn Ponlaboot led a group of members of the…

Apartment in Koh Samui (Choeng Mon) – 5 rooms – 145m2 – 6 300 000 THB

This nice residence is located at the north point of Koh Samui, on a peaceful hillside, only 5 minutes drive from the beautiful Chong Mon Beach, 10 minutes drive from Samui International Airport, 10 minutes drive to Bo Phut Fisherman’s Village and Big Buddha and 6 minutes drive to Chaweng Beach, a must in Koh Samui for shopping and nightlife.

All flights as usual at Thailand Int. Airport

All airlines using Suvarnabhumi airport have resumed flights and normal timetables, airport director Niran Theeranartsin said on Friday.

Over 3000 condominiums planned along Bangkok Airport Rail Link

More than 3,000 new condominium along Thailand International Airport Rail Link line,…

Thailand’s main airport reveals protest contingency plan for protests

Thailand’s main airport, which was besieged by protesters in 2008, said on Wednesday it had made contingency plans for protests this weekend, as ex-premier Thaksin Shinawatra rallied supporters by text message. Political unrest and the shutdown of the two airports in Bangkok in late November 2008 severely affected tourism and consumer confidence in Thailand. Real GDP contracted by 2.5 percent in 2009, as the global outlook remains negative and external demand continues to contract. The fiscal stimulus and monetary expansion implemented by the authorities are likely to partially mitigate the impact of the slowdown, allowing growth to resume in the fourth quarter of 2009 assuming a better outlook for the global economy in 2010.