Don Mueang operations to resume

BANGKOK’s Don Mueang International Airport is set to re-open for commercial flights on March 6, following its closure last year due to extensive flooding (TTG Asia e-Daily, October 25, 2011).

Only one of two runways at Don Mueang will be open to traffic.

Nok Air, the LCC subsidiary of Thai Airways International, has decided to shift operations from Suvarnabhumi Airport back to Don Mueang, but Orient Thai Airlines remains hesitant about such a move.

Airports of Thailand is scheduled to conduct a 60-day routine maintenance exercise of the operational runway in April, and has given assurances that this will not affect normal services

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