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Passenger traffic through Suvarnabhumi airport contracted for the first time since its September 2006 opening as Bangkok’s political turbulence took a toll. 

Passenger throughput slumped 7-8% in the first two months this year to an average of 120,000-130,000 a day because international traveller flows shrunk more intensely as civil unrest escalated.

The preliminary figures from Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) alarmed some in Suvarnabhumi management because it sets a downward trend with no solution in sight to the turmoil.

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