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1. learning | 28 Sep 2012
» Air traffic controllers at Suvarnabhumi airport are expecting to handle more than 500,000 flights by year's end. You might call them the unsung heroes of the aviation industry.
2. learning | 23 Oct 2010
Easy English news
» Let's get started with a very interesting story on the career of an air traffic controller.
3. learning | 17 Feb 2011
» Closing some streets to bicycles-only can reduce traffic congestion and both air and noise pollution.
4. learning | 17 Sep 2010
» BEIJING: Bangkok has bad traffic jams, but nothing like a gigantic traffic jam in China that has been going on for the past two weeks.
5. learning | 26 Apr 2012
» Witnessing a traffic accident caused Bangkok Post feature writer Napamon Roongwitoo to start thinking seriously about Bangkok traffic and those who are supposed to keep it safe.
6. learning | 16 Aug 2012
About law enforcement
» Police will change road checkpoints to make traffic flow more smoothly & enforce important traffic laws.
7. learning | 02 Mar 2012
» Only one airline Nok Air will be using Don Mueang despite soaring Suvarnabhumi traffic of 51 million (above capacity of 45 million).
8. multimedia | 29 Apr 2013
» Traffic policeman Nithat Si-sard weighs 144kg. The senior sergeant major from Lumpini Police Station is among 57 officers enrolled in the Metropolitan Police Bureau’s two-month “Fit and Firm” programme, designed to help ...
9. business | 17 May 2013
» Airports in Asia-Pacific recorded slower growth in passenger traffic than those in the Middle East in this year's first quarter, reflecting the latter's rising importance as a new air transport hub.
10. learning | 02 Jan 2013
About cars & transportation
» Railway construction & 1.3 million new cars from govt program will increase traffic for many years to come before railways are finished.