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Don Mueang's Terminal 2 pushed back

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The plan to reopen passenger Terminal 2 (T2) at Don Mueang airport in May is facing a three-month delay due to complications involving its renovation estimated to cost 3 billion baht. 

Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) found it will take longer than expected to install a new carousel, add more decorations, refurnish the toilets and allow retailers to set up shops.

There are also issues concerning construction details and budget overages involving related work.

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