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Old August 12th, 2005, 04:55 AM   #81
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THAI PRESS: New Bangkok Airport To Start Ops In June
9 August 2005

BANGKOK (Dow Jones)--The new Bangkok International Airport Suvarnabhumi is expected to commence commercial operation in June next year, nine months behind its original schedule, The Nation reports, citing Deputy Transport Minister Chaiyanan Charoensiri.

The new airport was initially planned to open on September 28, but many of the projects have been delayed, particularly the installation of bomb-detecting baggage scanners, the paper says.

Alleged corruption in the purchase of the scanners has led to a parliamentary no-confidence motion against former Transport Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit, who survived the debate but was replaced in the latest cabinet reshuffle last week.

Newspaper Web site: http://www.nationmultimedia.com
I don't think the baggage scanners system is the main or particular reason for the delay of the airport. The Nation only want to make the scanners system and airport delay to have a relation to each other. In fact, the equipment is already delivered to the airport and in the process of installation.
There are many things left to be done as you can see in Chad'd pictures.
Anyway, I always rely on the Nation's news only 70%.
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After keeping mum on just how long it would be delayed, Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra declared yesterday the opening of Suvarnabhumi international airport would be postponed to no later than July of next year.

The prime minister picked yesterday's visit to the airport in Samut Prakan's Bang Phi district to announce the new schedule.

''After the assessment on the construction progress, the airport can be opened either in June or July 2006 at the latest,'' he said after chairing a committee responsible for the airport, including airport officials and construction firms.

''The delay is common for new airports. They cannot be opened on schedule,'' Mr Thaksin said. The delay has long been expected by officials and building firms given that work is behind schedule. One of the concerns has been the elevated road leading to the airport terminal which will only be completed by Feb 9 of next year, according to the prime minister.

Mr Thaksin had previously set Sept 29 this year as the launch date for the new airport. Then he retracted his statement, saying what he meant was the deadline for all construction jobs to be done.

After inspecting construction at the site, including work inside the terminal, at the concourse and on the conveyor belts for nearly two hours, Mr Thaksin said he was confident a substantial amount of work would be complete by Sept 29, but final touches on details before handing the project over to New Bangkok International Airport Co would take some time afterwards. He also went inside the departure terminal to see the check-in counters and the testing of the conveyor belts.

After the construction, the airport must transfer all systems from Don Muang airport, and it then needs a test-run and approval from the International Civil Aviation Organisation for commercial use.

When most construction projects are finished in the next two months, including runways, Mr Thaksin said he would be one of the passengers on a plane testing a landing on Sept 29 and then lead runners onto the runways in a marathon event to be organised that day.

The New Year countdown would also be held at the new airport, he said.

With the capacity to serve 45 million passengers, Suvarnabhumi, whose construction cost is almost 120 billion baht, will replace Don Muang and is touted to become the aviation hub of Southeast Asia, competing with Singapore, Malaysia and even Hong Kong.

It will be equipped with the controversial CTX 9000 bomb scanners. The first two of the 26 machines are due to arrive today .

Despite the delay, Transport Minister Suriya Jungrungreangkit said he was satisfied with the construction progress and said the prime minister had agreed to join monthly talks with airport officials and construction firms to resolve any problems going forward.

Key discussion points during the meeting at the airport site were the rising raw material costs mentioned by construction companies and the payment delay for work related to the luggage bomb detectors, said a source at the talks.

Mr Thaksin refused to help construction firms in terms of easing higher costs, saying they had to honour the agreements they had signed with the airport agency.

Thawatchai Suthiprapha, the project manager of ITO Joint Venture, the consortium building Suvarnabhumi, said he would hold talks with GE InVision on plans to install the CTX machines today.

More realistic picture from this reporting
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Old August 12th, 2005, 05:59 PM   #83
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AIRPORT ‘CRACKS’ ROW: Govt may sue over runway report

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‘Bangkok Post’ faces a fresh blast of political heat despite retraction. The government is considering suing the Bangkok Post over its front-page report about “cracks” along a runway at Suvarnabhumi Airport, despite the English-language daily retracting the story.

A source close to Transport Minister Pongsak Ruktapongpisal said yesterday the minister was summoned by Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra shortly after the report appeared in the Bangkok Post on Tuesday. At that meeting, the PM reportedly instructed the minister to consult his ministry’s lawyers and the Attorney General’s Office for possible legal action.

If the lawsuit goes ahead, New Bangkok International Airport will act as the plaintiff, the source said.

“The prime minister felt that the report caused serious damage to the country,” the source said.

Pongsak himself told a TV news host on Wednesday night the government was considering suing the Bangkok Post for damages. Bangkok Post news editors contacted by The Nation said they had heard the newspaper’s management was bracing for a lawsuit.

The legal threat is a new wave of apparent political pressure that has hit the Bangkok Post over the past few years. The paper is largely owned by the Central Group, which had a showdown with the Transport Ministry over a land-lease contract for its Lat Phrao shopping complex in 2002. The contract extension remains a contentious issue to this day.

Also in 2002, the Central Group fought off a takeover bid by a group of shareholders led by a business figure, a bitter battle that many Bangkok Post reporters thought stemmed from attempted political interference.

Early last year, Bangkok Post reporters decried the murky transfer of its editor Veera Prateep-chaikul, who was known to have been under pressure from the management following news reports critical of the prime minister.

On Wednesday, Thaksin lashed out at the Bangkok Post, branding the airport report a work of fiction that would be detrimental to the country’s image.

“The report said I hired US experts to check the cracks. I have no idea what that refers to,’’ he said.

“It added that the serious cracks were at the touchdown points. No planes will dare land at Suvarnabhumi Airport, fearing [as a result of the report] that they will crash.

“This is seriously damaging to the country. If the facts of a story are slightly wrong, it’s okay, but this is intentionally writing news as fiction.’’

On the same day, the Bangkok Post - on its front page - retracted the report, which quoted an aviation source as saying that US experts claimed the runway would have to be rebuilt because of serious cracks. The retraction said the report was clearly wrong, and the paper apologised to the government and airport authorities.

“A tour of the west runway of Suvarnabhumi Airport yesterday found no cracks in the middle of the runway as earlier reported by the Bangkok Post. There were small cracks on the shoulders. The aviation source who told the Post that US experts said the runway would have to be rebuilt because of serious cracks was clearly wrong,” the Bangkok Post said, adding that it deeply regretted the error.
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More airport access roads planned

AMORNRAT MAHITTHIROOK

The Transport Ministry is planning to build more access roads to the new Suvarnabhumi airport in anticipation of increasing traffic in the long term.

Relevant agencies will study plans unveiled by Transport Minister Pongsak Raktapongpaisal during his visit yesterday to the airport, still under construction in Samut Prakan's Bang Phli district.

The Highways Department and the State Railway of Thailand will be responsible for studying the feasibility of building a new, 28km-long road along the express rail line from Bangkok's Phaya Thai area to the airport via Lad Krabang district.

City hall and the Highways Department will together look into a plan to expand one more road to the airport from the Onnuj area.

SRT governor Chitsanti Dhanasobhon said he was concerned about limited space along the railway line to the airport from the Klong Tan area. That could make it difficult to build a new road, he said.

The ministry has already prepared three key access roads to the airport _ via the Bangkok-Chon Buri motorway, the Bang Na-Trat Highway, and Onnuj road.

The new international airport has been rescheduled for opening by July next year. The contractors are trying to complete their construction works as soon as possible to prepare for testing.

Surajit Surapolchai, a senior Airports of Thailand official and deputy director of the airport project, said the construction was slightly behind schedule, but he was confident civil engineering work would be completed by December.

He said there were concerns about eight projects, including the work on the terminal building, concourse and conveyor belt system, information technology system and car parking. Mr Pongsak assured that the airport would open around the middle of next year as planned.
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Old August 17th, 2005, 12:23 AM   #85
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Thai government agencies sue paper over airport article

BANGKOK, Aug 16 (AFP) - Two Thai government agencies have filed a criminal lawsuit against the Bangkok Post newspaper, alleging an article about cracks on the runways of the new Bangkok international airport was defamatory.

Airports of Thailand company and the New Bangkok International Airport (NBIA) cited a front-page Post article last week alleging there were cracks large enough "to sink the nose wheel of an aircraft."

The firms filed a joint suit Monday against the Post Publishing company and Post editor Kowit Sanandang, the English-language daily said.

A conviction for criminal libel carries a maximum penalty of two years in prison and a fine of 200,000 baht (4,900 dollars).

Airports of Thailand on Tuesday confirmed the lawsuit. A Bangkok court will hear the case beginning on September 19.

The Post said NBIA was separately preparing to file a civil suit seeking about 1.0 billion baht (24.5 million dollars) in compensation.

The Post had quoted an anonymous source saying a team of US aviation experts, hired by Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra to investigate the airport, recommended both runways be rebuilt because of cracks.

It issued a retraction the next day after a tour of the western runway at Suvarnabhumi airport, under construction in Bangkok's eastern outskirts, showed no cracks in the middle of the runway but small cracks on the shoulders.

The airport's construction manager, John Murray, last week said cracks on runway shoulders were expected and resulted from improvement works to drain the area, a former swamp.

Post rival The Nation described the lawsuit as "a rare and staggering move by the government against the media."

But lawyer Somsak Toraksa told the paper that the suit was filed because the report "was published in English with a worldwide circulation and it harms the reputation of the Suvarnabhumi airport."

If successful, the airport companies want the Post to pay for the publishing of the verdict in major newspapers worldwide and to have it broadcast on Thai and foreign television channels for 15 consecutive days.

The Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) said the suits marked a trend by the government to intimidate its critics.

"It piles on pressure and very blatantly signals a suggestion that this government is not even tolerant of suggestions or criticism," SEAPA executive director Roby Alampay told AFP.

Several suits worth hundreds of millions of dollars filed by companies founded by Thaksin and a former cabinet minister, against a media activist and three Thai-language newspapers, are already before the courts.
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Old August 25th, 2005, 03:40 AM   #86
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World leaders to be invited to airport opening
Published on Aug 24 , 2005

Thailand will extend an invitation to world leaders to attend next June's inauguration of Suvarnabhumi International Airport, in a ceremony the government hopes will be reminiscent of the 2003 Apec meeting.

A source said the event would also mark the 60th anniversary of His Majesty the King's coronation.

The government plans to dispatch more than 1,000 invitations all over the world by the end of the year.

The government is dividing the guest list into different categories, with leaders from European countries and the United States included among countries politically important to Thailand.

Leaders from China and Japan will be grouped with those countries having strong economic relations with the Kingdom.

The government will also welcome honoured Royal Family members as guests of HM the King.

A source at the Transport Ministry close to a working group for the event said the government had informed all relevant agencies to prepare for the celebrations.

Thai Airways International (THAI), Airports of Thailand (AOT), the Transport Ministry, the Foreign Affairs Ministry and various security agencies will be the main organisers of the event.

The source said: "It will be even bigger than Apec." Bangkok hosted the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit in October 2003. Participants included US President George W Bush.

The source said the government wanted to show off the new international airport to world leaders. The airport will help Bangkok realise its goal of becoming a regional aviation hub that will serve the increasing numbers of air travellers and promote economic growth.

The country will also be celebrating the 60th anniversary of the coronation of HM the King, who will preside over the inauguration ceremony.

"Next year, the country will hold its biggest event ever. All of the presidents and other country leaders will be guests of the government, while members of the Royal Family will be special guests of His Majesty," said the source.

An AOT source said security measures were being prepared, but he declined to disclose any details.

AOT reported that its second Bangkok airport was ready for technical testing, including aircraft landings and take-offs. The company will hold its first demonstration on September 29.

Thaksin will preside over the initial trial flight. He and his entourage will be passengers aboard a THAI Airbus A340-600 departing from Don Muang Airport that morning. The aircraft will fly over the Central Plains and land on Suvarnabhumi Airport's eastern runway.

The group will be processed through Immigration and Customs and out into the arrival area. They will then return to the aircraft, undergoing standard boarding procedures, and then fly back to Don Muang.

Meanwhile - despite the government having recently stated that the baggage-handling system's installation would be delayed until February because of the CTX explosives-scanners row - the AOT board yesterday expressed confidence that the airport would be completed on schedule.

Acting president Bancha Patanaporn said that to celebrate completion on September 29, a marathon and a motorcycle race would both be held at the site.

He said overall construction was now 90-per-cent complete and that installation of the explosives-scanning machines would be finished tomorrow.

The board will present a progress report to Thaksin today.
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Old August 26th, 2005, 06:17 AM   #87
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World leaders to be invited to airport opening
26 August 2005
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Thailand will extend an invitation to world leaders to attend next June's inauguration of Suvarnabhumi International Airport, in a ceremony the government hopes will be reminiscent of the 2003 Apec meeting.

A source said the event would also mark the 60th anniversary of His Majesty the King's coronation.

The government plans to dispatch more than 1,000 invitations all over the world by the end of the year.

The government is dividing the guest list into different categories, with leaders from European countries and the United States included among countries politically important to Thailand.

Leaders from China and Japan will be grouped with those countries having strong economic relations with the Kingdom.

The government will also welcome honoured Royal Family members as guests of HM the King.

A source at the Transport Ministry close to a working group for the event said the government had informed all relevant agencies to prepare for the celebrations.

Thai Airways International (THAI), Airports of Thailand (AOT), the Transport Ministry, the Foreign Affairs Ministry and various security agencies will be the main organisers of the event.

The source said: "It will be even bigger than Apec." Bangkok hosted the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) summit in October 2003. Participants included US President George W Bush.

The source said the government wanted to show off the new international airport to world leaders. The airport will help Bangkok realise its goal of becoming a regional aviation hub that will serve the increasing numbers of air travellers and promote economic growth.

The country will also be celebrating the 60th anniversary of the coronation of HM the King, who will preside over the inauguration ceremony.

"Next year, the country will hold its biggest event ever. All of the presidents and other country leaders will be guests of the government, while members of the Royal Family will be special guests of His Majesty," said the source.

An AOT source said security measures were being prepared, but he declined to disclose any details.

AOT reported that its second Bangkok airport was ready for technical testing, including aircraft landings and take-offs. The company will hold its first demonstration on September 29.

Thaksin will preside over the initial trial flight. He and his entourage will be passengers aboard a THAI Airbus A340-600 departing from Don Muang Airport that morning. The aircraft will fly over the Central Plains and land on Suvarnabhumi Airport's eastern runway.

The group will be processed through Immigration and Customs and out into the arrival area. They will then return to the aircraft, undergoing standard boarding procedures, and then fly back to Don Muang.

Meanwhile - despite the government having recently stated that the baggage-handling system's installation would be delayed until February because of the CTX explosives-scanners row - the AOT board yesterday expressed confidence that the airport would be completed on schedule.

Acting president Bancha Patanaporn said that to celebrate completion on September 29, a marathon and a motorcycle race would both be held at the site.

He said overall construction was now 90-per-cent complete and that installation of the explosives-scanning machines would be finished tomorrow.

The board will present a progress report to Thaksin today.
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Trial landings for both runways ordered by PM

September tests 'to prove readiness'

By Amornrat Mahitirook

Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra has ordered trial aircraft landings next month on both runways of the new Suvarnabhumi airport, to show that it will be ready to open next year.

The landings will take place on the East and West runways, instead of only the East runway as originally scheduled.

A source from the Suvarnabhumi airport development committee, chaired by the prime minister, said Mr Thaksin told Thursday's committee meeting the trial landings should be made on Sept 29. The aim is to prove that the airport will soon be ready to open, as the construction of both runways has been completed.

The prime minister has assigned Srisook Chandrangsu, permanent secretary for transport and also the Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) chairman, to negotiate with Airbus Industrie Co and ask it to send its new Airbus A380 _ the world's largest passenger plane _ to take part in the landing tests, the source said.

The source said Mr Srisook has coordinated with those responsible for the runway opening and he hoped Airbus Industrie Co would cooperate with the request since tests could be a form of PR initiative for its new aircraft.

Srisak Wongsongsarn, senior vice-president (administration) of the state-owned Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Company and a director of the airport project, confirmed that the new airport's air traffic control system would be ready for the Sept 29 landing tests.

He said the installation of the air traffic control system has been completed on both runways and holding the landing tests on both would not be a problem.

The most important tests would be those on the Instrument Landing Systems which must be precise and done at each of the takeoff and touchdown points for about five days, he said.

Seah Tianho, an engineer in charge of the construction of Suvarnabhumi airport's third runway, said trial landings would be made in the northern part of the airport's West runway, not the southern part where a land-strengthening process was underway.

Unofficial talks by concerned parties were expected early next week to find ways to prevent the land-strengthening work on the third runway from affecting the opening of the West runway for trial landings, he said.

An AoT source said the Suvarnabhumi airport development committee has ordered rules on payments for the airport project's contractors to be amended by the end of this month, to ensure the contractors could be paid from Sept 1 and help ease the liquidity problems some are experiencing. ''It is expected all contractors which have requested payment will gradually be paid. Now, the firm must pay almost 10 billion baht to the contractors, including between three and four billion baht to ITO Joint Venture [the airport builder],'' the source said.
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Old August 29th, 2005, 08:23 PM   #89
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The prime minister has assigned Srisook Chandrangsu, permanent secretary for transport and also the Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) chairman, to negotiate with Airbus Industrie Co and ask it to send its new Airbus A380 _ the world's largest passenger plane _ to take part in the landing tests, the source said.
who actually thinks this will happen?
its pretty good PR for both parties but I have a feeling its easier said than done.
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All set for new Bangkok airport inaugural flight

BANGKOK, Sept 6 (TNA) – Air traffic control services at Bangkok's new international airport, Suvarnabhumi, are now ready for the arrival of the inaugural flight later this month, the president of the state-controlled company AEROTHAI (Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Ltd), Priti Hetrakul, said here on Tuesday.

Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra will be aboard the first aircraft to land.

His Airbus 340-600 is due to arrive at 09;39 a.m.on September 29.

A planeload of journalists and other media representatives will follow in a Boeing 747.

The director of the Bangkok Airport Air Traffic Control Department, Pilot Officer Preecha Praedum, said that the aircraft in the inaugural flight would either circle the airport area for about 20 minutes, or the planes would fly to the northern province of Phitsanulok, which would take around 30 minutes before landing at the new airport.

He said AEROTHAI has prepared 10 air traffic control tower staff, 20 personnel for the radar control room, and 30 technicians and engineers to ensure a smooth first flight.

He said commercial operators would use the Suvarnabhumi Airport, while chartered flights and military aircraft would continue to use Bangkok's existing Don Muang Airport. (TNA) –E003
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who actually thinks this will happen?
its pretty good PR for both parties but I have a feeling its easier said than done.
Your thoughts?
It was kind of the art of politically game, in order to sustain release from the creditably to itself, after the runway's rumor previously

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One of the most beautiful and unique looking airports ever. My next one goes to Soekarno-Hatta International of Jakarta,


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