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27 Feb 2015 : After taking high-speed trains in China and Japan, Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha is considering bringing faster rail service to Thailand.
26 Feb 2015 : A Thai Airways International plane en route from Japan to Thailand hit an air pocket on Thursday, injuring 11 people.
11 Feb 2015 : The Administrative Court on Tuesday dismissed an environmental and noise pollution case concerning Suvarnabhumi airport filed by residents against the Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) and state agencies.
11 Feb 2015 : An inter-provincial bus operator, Nakhonchai Air Co, is going into the taxi business.
11 Feb 2015 : Thai AirAsia X (TAAX) is sharpening its focus on Japan with the launch of its third route linking Bangkok with Sapporo.
10 Feb 2015 : The Central Administrative Court on Tuesday threw out a lawsuit filed by residents living near Suvarnabhumi airport who sought a ban on night-time flights and compensation for noise pollution.
10 Feb 2015 : The head of the Department of Civil Aviation Tuesday downplayed a report that a United Nations’ aviation agency may downgrade Thailand’s air-safety rating, acknowledging there were some problems, but saying any issues would be quickly addressed.
10 Feb 2015 : Imagine this. With a few taps and swipes on your smartphone, a brand-new hybrid Toyota Prius will rush to your door, with a polite, smiling chauffeur who never turns you down or asks for extra charges when you name your destination.
10 Feb 2015 : Budget long-haul carrier Thai AirAsiaX will launch a daily direct flight between Bangkok and Sapporo, Japan, ending a monopoly enjoyed by national carrier Thai Airways International for more than two years.
10 Feb 2015 : A speeding interprovincial bus was severely damaged when it ran into the back of a 10-wheeler truck queueing at a checkpoint on the Asian Highway in Bang Pa-in district of Ayutthaya province on Tuesday morning.
10 Feb 2015 : Thai Airways International (THAI) and Bangkok Airways may have the planned new passenger terminal at Suvarnabhumi airport all to themselves.
10 Feb 2015 : The Transport Minister is considering allowing privately-run bus operators in Bangkok to raise their fares by one more baht in addition to the one baht fare hike which goes into effect on Tuesday.