When it comes to airports, Bangkok continues to be cited in global forums as one of the most congested and capacity-deficient cities in the world.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) called on the government of Thailand to address urgently safety, capacity and cost issues to keep Thailand’s aviation sector competitive.
More than 100,000 passengers are expected to pass through Suvarnabhumi Airport on a daily basis during the high season.
Passenger traffic through Suvarnabhumi airport rose by close to 13% during the 2015 fiscal year representing a record 52.4 million.
Thailand’s Suvarnabhumi Airport was named among the world’s top 50 airports, earning the 47th rank, one notch up from last year’s ranking.
Suvarnabhumi airport expects more than two million passengers during the Chinese New Year period starting from February 14 to February 26.
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