Don Mueang Airport is to be repackaged as Bangkok's low-cost regional airport after leading budget carrier AirAsia agreed to shift its base there.
A worker paints the Terminal 2 building at Don Mueang airport, which will serve more low-cost carriers and point-to-point domestic and international flights. APICHIT JINAKUL
AirAsia yesterday clinched a memorandum of understanding with Airports of Thailand (AoT) to operate its Bangkok flights in and out of Don Mueang from Oct 1. It currently flies out of Suvarnabhumi International Airport, the city's main gateway.
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