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AoT aims high but priorities take a nosedive

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There is nothing wrong with Airports of Thailand executives having high ambitions for Suvarnabhumi airport. But it is a misplaced ideal if all of the basic problems at the airport are left untackled. 

AoT acting president Pongsak Semson has unveiled a plan to take Suvarnabhumi to the top of the airport league by 2019.

That will be one big leap given that it was the sixth best Asian airport last year in the Airports Council International rankings.

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