AOT head office in Don Mueang closed after over 30 staff infected with COVID-19

Airports of Thailand (AOT) Public Company has closed its head office, opposite Don Mueang international airport, and its safety control centre inside the airport, after 31 staffs were found to…

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Bangkok’s Songkran mass exodus begins

From today, almost one million Thai and foreign travelers are expected to pass through Don Mueang international airport over the seven-day Songkran festival and holiday, which runs from tomorrow until…

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PM regrets  assault incident at Don Mueang airport

Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha has expressed regrets over a recent incident at Don Mueang international airport in which a Chinese tourist was assaulted by an airport security guard after the…

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