A move is under way to clear up a state policy impediment and allow Don Mueang airport to serve all kinds of international carriers, not just budget airlines with point-to-point services.
Airports of Thailand advocates a fullscale role for Don Mueang, Bangkok’s No.2 airport. BOONSONG KOSITCHOTETHANA
The management of Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) will soon seek support from its board to push for a rewrite of the June 2012 cabinet resolution, which is seen as hindering efforts to attract more scheduled airlines to Bangkok's old airport.
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