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AoT-TAT pact meant to rev up tourism

Gateway airports will funnel more travellers

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Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) and the Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) have agreed to team up to increase tourist flows to targeted destinations in Thailand. 

The three-year agreement, signed on Friday and effective next Sunday, is modelled after successful schemes in South Korea, Singapore and Hong Kong.

The accord contains framework for joint marketing exercises to raise both the numbers of foreign tourists and international flights through the six AoT-operated airports.

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