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Old March 14th, 2009, 12:45 AM   #1361
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Old March 21st, 2009, 06:48 PM   #1363
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Bangkok to host new megajet

By: BOONSONG KOSITCHOTETHANA
Published: 21/03/2009 at 12:00 AM
Newspaper section: Business


Suvarnabhumi Airport
will start serving the Airbus A380 megajet on June 1.


Airbus employees at the manufacturing hub in Toulouse, France send off an A380 to Emirates last year.

Emirates Airline has confirmed that it will be the first carrier to operate the world's largest commercial passenger jetliner through Bangkok's new airport.


Other international airlines that have either ordered or deployed the aircraft - including Singapore Airlines and Lufthansa - have yet to announce definite plans to make Suvarnabhumi a port of call for their A380s.

Emirates aims to simultaneously introduce the double-decker A380 on routes to Bangkok and Toronto.

The debut comes as the Dubai-based airline takes its A380s off its daily flight from Dubai to New York's JFK airport due to weakened traffic demand.

The airline will instead run the route with the smaller Boeing 777-300ER, cutting capacity by 132 seats.

One of the two A380 planes on the NY-Dubai route will be redeployed to the Dubai-Toronto flight and the other to the Dubai-Bangkok route.

On the Toronto service the A380 will enable Emirates to address unmet need. On the Bangkok route it will support the Thai government's new tourism initiatives, Emirates president Tim Clark said in a statement.

The superjumbo will replace a Boeing 777-300ER on one of the daily services between Bangkok and Dubai (incoming flight EK 372 and outgoing EK 373). Switching to the A380 will increase capacity by about 30% on both this service and the Dubai-Toronto route.

The new services will also support popular transit markets. With the A380 now flying to London Heathrow, UK tourists travelling to and from Thailand can enjoy a seamless A380 experience. For Canada, the change means increased access to Dubai and the Gulf region, Emirates said.

Emirates' A380 can carry 489 passengers and features luxurious facilities such as onboard shower spas, onboard lounges, flat-beds, massage-equipped private suites in first class and a new generation of intelligent seating and flat-beds in business class.

From June 1, Emirates will operate five A380s on the following routes: Dubai-London Heathrow (daily), Dubai-Sydney/Auckland (daily), Dubai-Toronto (three times weekly) and Dubai-Bangkok (daily).

The airline will take delivery of another four A380 aircraft from the European planemaker Airbus into its fleet in the 2009/2010 financial year and has announced it will introduce services to Seoul in December.

So far, Emirates has ordered 58 A380s at an estimated cost of $1.5 billion. The company describes them as an essential part of its expansion plans.

The Dubai-New York route was the first where the A380 was introduced, in August 2008.

Emirates has been operating in Thailand for more than 18 years. It currently operates 21 flights per week to Dubai, seven flights per week to Hong Kong, and seven flights per week to Sydney and Christchurch.
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Old March 31st, 2009, 05:41 PM   #1364
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AoT begins helicopter support operations at Suvarnabhumi in April


BANGKOK, March 31 (TNA) - Airports of Thailand (AoT) will provide support facilities for commercial helicopters and for helicopter medical evacuation services starting next month at Suvarnabhumi Airport, airport director Serirat Prasutanont said Tuesday.

The medical emergency service is designed to facilitate the easy arrival and departure of patients from other countries or from isolated areas in Thailand where existing medical services are inadequate.

Mr. Serirat said that AoT is awaiting permission from the Department of Civil Aviation to begin using Suvarnabhumi to serve both chartered commercial helicopters and medical services.

The flights are scheduled to begin in April and are planned for daytime only.

Mr. Serirat added the landing pad was designed to comply with the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) standard.

The Suvarnabhumi Airport will also provide parking for two helicopters not far from the helicopter landing pad. (TNA)
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Old April 8th, 2009, 09:26 PM   #1365
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AOT begins revising phase 2

THE NATION Published on April 7, 2009


Airports of Thailand (AOT) has started revising the construction plan for the second phase of the Suvarnabhumi Airport project after the investment budget was slashed from Bt70 billion to Bt10 billion.

Acting president Somchai Sawasdiphol last week said the budget cut reflected the policy of AOT's board and the Transport Ministry.

The lower budget could pay only for the Bt4-billion third runway and Bt5-billion domestic passenger terminal.

A domestic terminal is needed to ease congestion after Thai Airways International moved all of its domestic flights from Don Mueang Airport back to Suvarnabhumi.

The revision will take time. After it is completed, AOT will submit it to its board for approval before forwarding it to the National Social and Economic Development Board and the Cabinet.

The Cabinet has approved an increase in AOT's investment budget for phase 1 from Bt123.94 billion to Bt135.17 billion, as well as AOT's Bt5.9-billion investment budget for this year.

Phase 1 has already been built and is in operation, but AOT needs more funds to solve noise-pollution problems at the airport.

Part of the annual investment budget will be paid to subcontractors for the remaining construction cost of the airport, Somchai said.
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Old April 27th, 2009, 04:46 AM   #1366
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Bangkok Airways
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Bangkok Airways Co., Ltd. is a regional airline based in Bangkok, Thailand. It operates scheduled services to 20 destinations in Thailand, Cambodia, China, Japan, Laos, Maldives, Burma, Singapore and Vietnam. Its main base is Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok

History

The airline was established in 1968 as Sahakol Air operating air-taxi services under contract from OICC, an American construction company, USOM and a number of other organisations engaged in oil and natural-gas exploration in the Gulf of Thailand. It began scheduled services in 1986, becoming Thailand's first privately-owned domestic airline. It re-branded to become Bangkok Airways in 1989. The airline is owned by Dr Prasert Prasarttong-Osoth (92.31%), Sahakol Estate (4.3%), Bangkok Dusit Medical Services (1.2%) and other shareholders (2.19%). It has 1,903 employees and also wholly owns subsidiary airline Siem Reap Airways[1].

It built its own airport on Koh Samui, which was opened in April 1989 and offers direct flights between the island and Chiang Mai, Hong Kong, Krabi, Pattaya, Phuket and Singapore[2]. The airline opened its second airport at Sukhothai Province in 1996. A third airport was built in Trat Province, opening in March 2003 to serve the burgeoning tourism destination of Ko Chang.

The airline made its first foray into jet aircraft in 2000, when it started adding Boeing 717s to its fleet. Up until then, Bangkok Airways had flown propeller-driven aircraft, primarily the ATR-72. It had also operated the De Havilland Canada Dash 8, the Shorts 330 and for a short time, a Fokker F100. The carrier added another jet, the Airbus A320, to its fleet in 2004.

Bangkok Airways plans to order widebody aircraft as part of its ambition to expand its fleet. It wants to add its first widebody jets in 2006 to serve longer-haul destinations such as London, India and Japan and is looking at Airbus A330, Airbus A340 and Boeing 787 aircraft. In December 2005, Bangkok Airways announced it had decided to negotiate an order for six Airbus A350-800 aircraft in a 258-seat configuration, to be delivered to the airline commencing 2013.[

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China
Guilin (Guilin Liangjiang International Airport)
Hong Kong (Hong Kong International Airport)
Macau (Macau International Airport)
Xi'an (Xi'an Xianyang International Airport)
Japan
Hiroshima (Hiroshima Airport)
South Asia
Malé (Malé International Airport)
Southeast Asia
Ho Chi Minh City (Tan Son Nhat International Airport)
Luang Prabang (Luang Prabang International Airport)
Pakxe (Pakse Airport)
Phnom Penh (Phnom Penh International Airport)
Siem Reap (Angkor International Airport)
Singapore (Changi International Airport)
Yangon (Yangon International Airport)
Thailand
Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi Airport) - main hub
Chiang Mai (Chiang Mai International Airport)
Ko Samui (Samui Airport) - focus city
Krabi (Krabi Airport)
Pattaya (U-Tapao International Airport)
Phuket (Phuket International Airport)
Sukhothai (Sukhothai Airport)
Trat (Trat Airport)

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Old April 27th, 2009, 04:47 AM   #1367
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Old April 27th, 2009, 06:53 PM   #1368
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Thai airports install thermal scanners for swine flu


BANGKOK, April 27 (TNA, Agencies) - Thailand's international airports have increased surveillance to quarantine arriving passengers from Mexico and the United States, where a new strain of deadly swine flu virus has been detected and the virus has killed 103 people in Mexico.

Public Health Minister Witthaya Kaewparadai said quarantine stations at all international airports, including Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport, had installed thermo scanners to test the temperatures of passengers arriving from Mexico and the southern US. Health cards detailing the swine flu outbreak were also being distributed to all passengers.

"If a pandemic starts, we would scan specifically the planes from the outbreak countries to quarantine those planes and passengers on board," said Mr. Witthaya.

The health minister also said an emergency centre had been set up to monitor the outbreak and provide information on the swine flu to the public. He also advised Thais to avoid travel to affected countries.

The Livestock Department meanwhile informed animal immigration across Thailand to halt the import of swine from Mexico and the US.

Veterinarian Rungroj Thanawongnuvej, an expert on the swine flu virus from Chulalongkorn University, asserted the new swine flu strain of A/H1N1 had not been detected in Thailand.

Dr. Rungroj said the virus originated from pigs but was being spread through human-to-human transmission. Cooked pork would not transmit the virus to the consumer.

Dr. Rungroj however said swine flu was less deadly, than bird flu, with a lower proportion of fatalities. A person with swine flu virus would have flu-like symptoms including fever, a runny nose, coughing, sore throat, vomiting and sometimes diarrhea.

The swine flu killed at least 103 Mexicans on Monday, and sickened more than 1,600 others. Mexicans across the country donned surgical masks and locked themselves indoors, for fear of contracting the new swine flu strain.

The virus has also been detected in California and Texas. 14 schools in Texas, including a high school where two cases were confirmed, will be closed for at least the next week.

Canada has also confirmed six people ill from swine flu.

New Zealand Health Minister Tony Ryall said on Monday 13 people including students were reported to have the swine flu after returning from Mexico.

The Spanish government meanwhile said a man who recently returned from Mexico had contracted swine flu, the first recorded case of the virus in Europe. The European Union called an emergency meeting for Thursday to evaluate the virus threat.

Singapore, Japan, Indonesia, the Philippines and Australia dusted off thermal scanners used during the 2003 severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) epidemic and were checking for signs of fever among passengers arriving at airports. (TNA)


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Old April 28th, 2009, 01:56 AM   #1369
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Old April 28th, 2009, 09:10 PM   #1370
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Free internet at Suvarnabhumi Airport


BANGKOK, April 14 (TNA) - Passengers at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport can now enjoy free Internet access while waiting to catch their flights, effective Thursday.

Thailand's commercial airport management authority, Airports of Thailand or AoT, and communication authority CAT Telecom, have jointly set up 126 Internet kiosks in all domestic and international passenger lounges.

According to airport director Serirat Prasutanond, passengers can use the kiosks to check email and surf the Internet free of charge.

It’s part of efforts to improve airport services. AoT also planned to replace upholstery in passenger lounges, and offer a free mobile phone charging service.

Suvarnabhumi International Airport aims to become one of the world’s Top Ten international airports in 2009. (TNA)
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AoT offers airlines new incentives Landing fees will be slashed further

Bangkokpost Published: 14/05/2009


Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) will offer further incentives to keep airlines operating through its airports after a series of setbacks have hit air traffic demand.

A deeper and longer cut in landing fees, set to cost 450 million baht in lost revenue, heads the inducements to be confirmed by AoT's board on May 21.

At its April 23 meeting, the AoT board approved a 30% reduction in landing fees and a waiver in parking charges for 24 hours at the six AoT-operated airports, to be applied retroactively from May 1 to Dec 31 this year.

This enhances the current scheme - a 20% discount in landing fees and a 24-hour parking fee waiver from Feb 1 to Sept 30 - estimated to cost AoT 380 million baht.

"The impact on AoT from not providing relief to airlines is far worse than from us extending assistance to them," Serirat Prasutanond, the AoT president-designate, told the Bangkok Post.

More incentives are under consideration to help airlines maintain flights through Thailand, he said.

Airlines currently face declining load factors due to a spate of problems such as rioting in Bangkok last April, which resulted in two deaths and 135 injuries, and the H1N1 influenza outbreak, which has discouraged air travel at the start of the low travel season.

These problems have compounded issues such as the blockading of Bangkok's two airports by anti-government protesters and the global recession.

Airlines' cabin factors are now about 30% less than in the same period last year, said Jaiyavat Navaraj, chairman of the Airline Operators Committee (AOC), which represents more than 80 international airlines operating through Suvarnabhumi Airport.

There is no sign of traffic recovering and most airlines have begun to really see an impact from the flu outbreak on their bookings, he added.

Though airlines welcome AoT's enhanced incentives, the measures provide no guarantee that airlines will not reduce or even suspend their flights through Thailand if their operations fall short of breaking even, said Mr Jaiyavat.

While the discounts will adversely affect AoT's balance sheet this year, Mr Serirat said he would try to compensate by saving on costs such as overtime payments and utility expenditures and by putting off some planned investments. "We aim to cut our costs by 4-5%," he said.

Mr Serirat, who is currently serving as general manager of Suvarnabhumi Airport, ruled out reducing passenger service charges - commonly known as airport tax - as AoT is focused on helping airlines.

For 2009, AoT expects passengers passing through its airports to fall by about 15% from 54.4 million last year.

Passenger throughput in the first quarter of this year is already down 17.03% year-on-year to 13.71 million.

AOT shares closed yesterday on the SET at 26.50 baht, up 1.90 baht, in trade worth 289.34 million baht.
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A380 service seen as confidence-builder

Bangkokpost Published: 18/05/2009 at 12:00 AM


Tourist arrivals from the Middle East should get a noticeable lift from the start of Airbus A380 megajet service to Suvarnabhumi Airport by Emirates airline on June 1.

"This launch reflects how much the airline expects visitors to increase to Thailand," said Tourism and Sports Minister Chumpol Silpa-archa, who met Sheikh Ahmed bin Saeed Maktoum, the chairman of Emirates Group, during the Arabian Travel Mart in Dubai last week.

Sheikh Ahmed confirmed the airline would operate the world's largest commercial passenger jetliner through Bangkok as scheduled.

Normally, large aircraft are used only for long-haul flights. The Bangkok-Dubai flight is considered short-haul at six hours.

Mr Chumpol said that other Thai international airports, notably Chiang Mai and Phuket, were also ready to extend services to Emirates.

Emirates' A380 can carry 489 passengers and features luxurious facilities such as onboard shower spas, lounges, flat beds, massage-equipped private suites in first class and a new generation of intelligent seating and flat beds in business class.

Juthaporn Rerngronasa, a deputy governor of the Tourism Authority of Thailand, said the daily flight from Dubai was a positive sign for Thai tourism. Emirates has been operating in Thailand for more than 18 years. It currently operates 21 flights per week to Dubai.

Mrs Juthaporn said Emirates recently launched a holiday programme in Thailand. The package includes air tickets and accommodation at the Rose Garden, JW Marriott Hotel, Mandarin Oriental, Centara Grand, Amari Boulevard Hotel and other leading hotels in Phuket, Phi Phi, Phangnga, Samui, Chiang Mai and Hua Hin.

Seni Puwasetthawon, president of the Tourism Association of Koh Samui, said visitors from the Middle East had great potential because of their high levels of spending, they travel in large groups, and they like Thailand's medical services.

The TAT expects Middle East visitors to grow by 6.5% to 500,000 this year from 470,000 in 2008. Mr Seni expected visitors from the Middle East to Koh Samui will double to 10,000 this year.

The association expects one million foreign visitors to Samui this year, down from 1.1 million in 2008, with revenue down by 30-40% from 20 billion baht.

Hotel occupancy rates on Koh Samui are expected to average 40-50% this year, a drop from 70-80% in previous years, mainly because of visitor concern about Thailand's political tensions and the world economic recession.
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Emirates offer special fairs for A380

By The Nation May 20, 2009


Emirates is offering promotions for its Dubai-Bangkok route to mark the world's first Airbus A380 operation to Bangkok.


Until June 20, economy-class fare to Dubai is Bt11,155 while the business class fare at Bt27,645. For those travelling onward to the USA (New York, Houston, San Francisco and Los Angeles), the fares start from Bt36,830. The promotion is valid for travel by June 30. The special fares are available only to online booking at www.emirates.com/th.


Khalid Bardan, Emirates' Area Manager Thailand and Indochina, said "Dubai is a very popular destination for Thai business and leisure travellers. What better way to travel to this popular hotspot than on Emirates' new A380 which has received glowing reviews from global media and trade circles. I am confident our A380 celebratory offers will be enthusiastically welcomed by Thai travellers."
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TAGS goes to court, plans to continue

By THE NATION Published on May 20, 2009


Thai Airport Ground Services (Tags) will keep supplying luggage carts to Suvarnabhumi Airport to prevent hardships to passengers, Tags president Ladya Uriya said yesterday.

On Monday, Tags petitioned the Central Administrative Court to order Airports of Thailand to pay it compensation of Bt2.5 billion for terminating its contract last week to provide trolleys to the airport.

Tags also sought an injunction against the cancellation of its concession so it could continue providing the service pending a court ruling on its compensation demand.

The court, which has already accepted the Tags filing, will call in both parties to hear their side to the dispute before deciding whether to grant the injunction.

AOT's move came after Tags allegedly failed to fulfil concession requirements to provide 9,034 carts at the airport, but now only 6,000 were available.
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