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02 Feb 2015 : Terminal 2 at Bangkok's Don Mueang airport should be ready for commercial operation in seven months following its renovation.
02 Feb 2015 : Cloud computing, real-time advanced analytics and the Internet of Things are all representative of trends in technology this year, having the potential to make a significant impact on organisations and influencing the technological landscape, say leading global tech firms.
02 Feb 2015 : Falling Russian tourist arrivals have significantly hurt the entertainment industry in Pattaya, forcing operators to shift their focus to other groups, particularly Chinese visitors.
01 Feb 2015 : Oil prices at an unprecedented low will provide an incentive for more people to pack their bags and travel abroad this year, the United Nations tourism agency says.
31 Jan 2015 : The government has set up a 200-million-baht assistance fund to regain the trust of foreign tourists, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha says.
30 Jan 2015 : Chiang Mai Tourism Business Association is working with Hong Kong tour agents to promote the province as a venue for Hong Kong people to organise their wedding ceremony.
30 Jan 2015 : Suvarnabhumi airport will soon get more lounges for premium passengers.
29 Jan 2015 : Bangkok and Pattaya have been ranked among the world's top 50 cities for Wi-Fi quality in hotels, according to Hotel Wi-Fi Test, a website allowing users to test speed of wireless-Internet service at their resorts.
28 Jan 2015 : The Thai-owned Minor International Plc has bought six hotels in Brazil and Portugal for a combined 168 million euros (6.21 billion baht), the company said in a statement on Wednesday.
Aviation & tourism
28 Jan 2015 : Thai AirAsia X (TAAX) has enhanced its sales network by adding the ubiquitous 7-Eleven convenience stores and their associated Counter Service bill payment service provider to its range of outlets.
Aviation & tourism
28 Jan 2015 : The immigration process at Suvarnabhumi airport is set to become speedier and less of a hassle for Thai passport holders from March, when the number of automated passport-screening gates will be doubled.
28 Jan 2015 : Eight riverside hotels on Charoen Krung and Charoen Nakhon roads are confident of a continued tourism boom along the Chao Phraya River, with new investment of 150 billion baht already pledged.
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