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Airport mulls plans to cope with protest as flights cut

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Suvarnabhumi airport officials will decide on Monday on a plan to mitigate disruption caused by the People's Democratic Reform Committee's (PDRC) intended shutdown of Bangkok next week. 

The move follows reports that at least three airlines have decided to reduce flights to Bangkok from the middle of this month to avoid the political conflict. They are Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, and Hong Kong Airlines.

Airport general manager Rawewan Netrakavesna said on Sunday Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific planned to cut the number of flights to Bangkok by merging certain flights with others due to fewer passenger numbers.

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