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Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport Open and Operating Normally, Don Mueang Airport Closed

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Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport Open and Operating Normally, Don Mueang Airport Closed

Who those who are interested in the flooding situation in Bangkok, you can read this. This is sent to me by Tourism Authority of Thailand Bangkok HQ.


Picture is taken at Don Mueang Airport last year. My first experience with Nok Air traveling to Phuket from Bangkok.

Below is the official press release from Bangkok.

BANGKOK, Thailand — Oct 27, 2011 — Bangkok is served by two airports. Suvarnabhumi Airport, the main gateway to Thailand with 120 international and domestic airlines, remains open. It is operating normally and handling around 76 flights per hour including all scheduled international arrivals and departures.

Suvarnabhumi Airport is also the main connector for international visitor arrivals to transfer to and from domestic flights serving tourist destinations throughout Thailand such as Phuket, Chiang Mai and Surat Thani. All domestic flights are also operating as per usual.

Don Mueang Airport, the old international airport located about 30 km northeast of Suvarnabhumi Airport, is closed until November 1st due to flooding. The two domestic airlines operating from Don Mueang, which are Nok Air and Orient Thai Airlines, have temporarily switched their operations to Suvarnabhumi Airport.

Useful Contact Numbers:

Nok Air:
1318 or +66 (0) 2900 9955

Orient Thai Airlines:
1126

Suvarnabhumi Airport Call Center:
+66 (0) 2132 1888

Please do remember that the flooding is currently happening in Bangkok only, it is not affecting other areas like Chiang Mai, Phuket, Krabi and Hatyai.

2 thoughts on “Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport Open and Operating Normally, Don Mueang Airport Closed

  1. It’s really good to know in the critical situation, Bangkok airport authority still serving Air support to the passengers. I also have good experience of Don Mueang Airport because I travel Bangkok couple of times. It’s really sad to know this port is closed and lots of people are suffering for flood. I hope soon they will recover from this situation. Thanks

  2. Hi Harold,

    We will update more once we have the official statements from Bangkok. Let us pray for the best for the Thais. Thanks for commenting.

    Wilson

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