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Nok Air cancels service, Orient Thai moves to Suvarnabhumi Airport

Nok Air budget airline has cancelled all flight schedules from 12.00hrs today until 1 November due to floods. Orient Thai Airlines has moved services from Don Mueang Airport to Suvarnabhumi Airport temporarily as from today, 25 October, until further notice.

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Nok Air budget airline has cancelled all flight schedules from 12.00hrs today until 1 November due to floods. Orient Thai Airlines has moved services from Don Mueang Airport to Suvarnabhumi Airport temporarily as from today, 25 October, until further notice. 

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Mr Pathee Sarasin, Nok Air’s chief executive officer, stated that Nok Air needs to stop its service temporarily from 12.00hrs today until 1 November as flood water has reached the top of Don Mueang runway.

Airplanes departing from airports in other provinces are instructed to land at Suvarnabhumi Airport before being parked at U-Tapao International Airport, Chon Buri. Nok Air offers its service of approximately 53 flights per day.

via Nok Air cancels its service from today until 1 Nov : National News Bureau of Thailand.

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