July 2008
Thailand Tourism Report;Q3 2008, p20
Industry Profile
The article provides information on the travel industry in Thailand as of July 2008. Airports of Thailand (AOT) operates the major airports in the country including the Suvarnabhumi International Airport and Chiang Mai International Airport. On September 28, 2006, Thailand's international airport Suvarnabhumi opened for business but faced several allegations and complaints. In February 2007, AOT authorised the re-commissioning of the former international airport, at Don Muang, to handle domestic flights, which was approved by the Thai cabinet.


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