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Airport of Thailand records traffic surge

Six airports under Airport of Thailand’s management delivered positive performances for both aircraft movements and passenger traffic in September with just a slight drop in domestic passenger traffic at Phuket International Airport.

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Six airports under Airport of Thailand’s management delivered positive performances for both aircraft movements and passenger traffic in September with just a slight drop in domestic passenger traffic at Phuket International Airport.

Total aircraft movements at the six airports in September improved by 10.93% from 35,830 aircraft movements to 39,747, while passenger traffic also increased by 8.98% from 5,165,499 to 5,629,117.At Thailand’s main gateway, Suvarnabhumi Airport reported positive performances in September.

International aircraft movements were up 6.62% from 17,776 to 18,952 and domestic movements increased 14.91% from 5,694 to 6,543 when compared to the same month last year.International passenger traffic improved 7.31% from 2,956,650 to 3,172,790 while domestic traffic increased 12.87% from 773,188 to 872,685.

via AoT airports perform well : TTR Weekly.

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