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Illegal tour guides and taxi drivers are still preying on both Thai and foreign passengers at Suvarnabhumi airport six years after its opening. 

A file photo shows licensed taxis queueing up to wait for passengers at Suvarnabhumi airport, but the problem of unlicensed operators inside the terminal persists. SOMCHAI POOMLARD

When Suvarnabhumi airport was opened on Sept 28, 2006, illegal tour guides and taxi drivers moved from Don Mueang airport to the new airport.

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