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Old June 13th, 2010, 06:01 AM   #1561
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More pretty pictures at Murphy Jahn (the firm that designed Suvarnabhumi)
In fact, it looked much better before it was raped by hellish management and A4 papers

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Old June 20th, 2010, 08:37 PM   #1562
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Old June 27th, 2010, 10:48 AM   #1563
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Old July 4th, 2010, 10:07 PM   #1564
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21 June 2010 @ Suvarnabhumi the 10 th skytrax's World best Airport


สิ่งแปลกใหม่ ในสนามบิน



ดู เป็นงานประณีต จริงๆๆ น่าจะทำให้สูงกว่านี้ และใหญ่กว่านี้ แล้วตั้งไว้ถาวร ดึงดูดคนให้มาถ่ายรูปได้มาก



พระพุทธรูป เพื่อกราบไหว้บูชา และขอให้เดินทางโดยสวัสดิภาพ



กระถางต้นไม้ ที่สนามบินนี้มีหลากหลายมาก นี่เป็นหนึ่งในรูปแบบกระถางสมัยใหม่ ดูสวยดี แต่จัดต้นไม้รกไปนิดนึง











ทางลงใต้ดินจาก ด้านหน้าอาคาร ที่ทำเพิ่มเติม บางส่วนทำเสร็จแล้ว รอเปิดใช้บริการ Airport Link เต็มรูปแบบ



ในอดีเคยมีคำขวัญ Go for top ten ตอนนี้ในเมื่อได้อันดับ 10 แล้วขอให้ มุ่งเพื่อ ท้อปไฟว์ นะครับ
- จริงๆ อยากให้มีโลโก ตั้งไว้ทุกประตูทางเข้า ดูเด่นดี แต่อย่าวางขวางทางเดินจนเกะกะก็พอ



หลังจากบ้านเมืองกลับสู่ปกติ ประตูเปิดให้บริการเหมือนเดิมทั้ง 10 ประตู (ชั้น4 ขาออก)



ผู้โดยสารขาเข้าเริ่มคึกคัก ขึ้นกว่าเดือนที่แล้ว








เคาเตอร์ประชาสัมพันธ์ ปรับปรุงให้รูปลักษณ์สวยงามขึ้นกว่าเดิม



ชั้น 4 มี การเพิ่มเติม เคาเตอร์ Vat Refund ไว้ด้านหน้าเพื่อความสะดวกของผู้โดยสาร











และอย่าลืมไปใช้บริการแอพอร์ตลิงค์กันนะครับ ล่าสุดเปิดสถานี ลาดกระบัง เพิ่มอีก 1 สถานีแล้ว
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Old July 12th, 2010, 10:39 PM   #1565
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Airport smoke signals mixed

Bangkokpost Published: 12/07/2010 at 12:00 AM


Smokers using Suvarnabhumi Airport are in for a mix of good and bad news.

The Public Health Ministry last month ordered the closure of all seven smoking rooms in the domestic passengers' area of the airport citing public health.

But 18 other smoking rooms in the international area remain open.

Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT), which operates the country's six major airports including Suvarnabhumi, supported the ministry's "logical" directive governing smoking rooms.

The closure of smokers' rooms in the domestic area is not expected to cause much of a backlash, but banning international passengers from smoking would.

"Providing smokers' rooms inside the terminal is part of our services given to passengers, especially those on international flights," said Narongchai Tanadchangsaeng, deputy general manager of Suvarnabhumi Airport.

"Without them a lot of smoking travellers will choose to bypass our airport and use other airports."

"Where is the smokers' room?" tops the list of most frequently asked question by passengers at Suvarnabhumi.

"After a 12-hour no-smoking flight, smokers frantically need to relieve themselves when they land, so we need to have facilities to meet their needs," said Mr Narongchai. "Smoking is not a crime but sort of a personal right that we need to respect."

Nearly all international airport around the world have smokers' rooms.

AoT, however, has had difficulty in convincing the Thailand Tobacco Monopoly and foreign tobacco companies to foot the bill for maintaining the smokers' rooms.

Only a few of the rooms can be sponsored as there are few incentives for tobacco companies to provide financial support due to stringent curbs on the advertising of tobacco products.
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Old July 19th, 2010, 11:35 PM   #1566
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Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport signs agreement with Japanís Narita

BANGKOK, July 18 - Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thailandís largest, has signed a sister airport agreement with Japanís Narita International Airport to exchange airport management expertise and experience to promote expanded aviation business between them in a bid to become leading global airports, said Serirat Prasutanond, president of the Airports of Thailand (AoT).

Mr Serirat said the agreement was signed early this month between Suvarnabhumi Airport, located in Bangkokís neighbouring province of Samut Prakan, with Narita International Airport, one of the leading international airports in Asia.

The agreement will also allow both airports to build more networks to expand their marketing, Mr Serirat said.

Under the agreement, senior executives of both airports will meet at least once annually to discuss ways of market development activities, expanded aviation routes and exchange staff for joint training, he said.

To date, Suvarnabhumi airport has completed similar agreements with Germanyís Munich Airport, ranked as Europeís number one facility, and South Koreaís Incheon International Airport, which has been ranked first in Asia for five consecutive years. (MCOT online news)
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Old July 24th, 2010, 02:27 PM   #1567
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Better passenger facilities, efficiency will help Suvarnabhumi get to top: Incheon exec

The Nation Published on July 24, 2010

Suvarnabhumi Airport can become of the world's best airports if it invests heavily on facilities and IT, an executive from Seoul's Incheon International

Opened nine years ago, Incheon has been named one of the world's best airports for five consecutive years.


The airport's executive vice president, Younggeun Lee, said yesterday that this achievement was due to improved passenger amenities along with technology. He was in Bangkok to attend AOT's workshop "Stepping Forward to the Forefront through Sister Airport Agreement: Increasing Passenger Satisfaction".


He said Suvarnabhumi Airport could catch up by making passengers feel comfortable and all procedures convenient and easy. In addition, he said, the time spent at the immigration counter should be shortened and kept in line with the International Civil Aviation Organisation's recommendations.


Lee also advised AOT to invest more on passenger amenities such as free showers, free Internet, indoor garden, cable TV, rest area as well as shopping areas.


"Many European airports already offer these facilities," he said.


The Incheon International Airport Corporation has signed an agreement with AOT to help improve Suvarnabhumi's general services, operation, technical transfer, human resources and marketing to help it become one of the top airports.


"At Incheon, all 35,000 members of staff from 570 organisations work towards one goal - making our airport the best in the world," he said, adding that in order to do that, Suvarnabhumi needed feedback from both customers and staff.


"This will help us evaluate our service performance and maintain high levels," he explained.


AOT president, Serirat Prasutanond, said the company had announced its plan to enhance passenger satisfaction and service via airport development. This should make the airport competitive and also become a regional aviation hub, which will also help boost the country's economy.


Suvarnabhumi was ranked 10th in Skytrax's latest review of world airports.


According to Serirat, AOT aims to service 56 million to 57 million passengers at its six airports, namely Suvarnabhumi, Don Mueang, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Phuket and Chiang Rai.


The company has also maintained its revenue at Bt24 billion this year despite the recent political unrest.


Currently, 108,000 passengers go through Suvarnabhumi Airport per month - a number that is very close to the normal level. AOT hopes that the aviation business will recover within the third quarter of this year as tourists start returning to the country.
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Old July 25th, 2010, 08:47 PM   #1568
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23 July 2010

นำภาพสนามบินบางส่วนมาให้ได้ชม ครับ









Duty Free King power








Concourse E with the Purple Seat





Some seats - More Comfort but.....some's not =_="





Concourse F with light brown seats in Boarding Area





Concourse D with Pink seats





Fixing taxiways





For satellite Concourse in the Future phase 2


Relaxing area in Concourse B





New Counter for transfer or transit, maybe




















More comfortable chair for transit passenger


If sky clear, u can see little mountain in Chonburi


Concourse B with light orange seats














Bangkok downtown's Skyline






Thank you
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Old August 1st, 2010, 12:06 AM   #1569
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AoT promises to get tough with rogue taxis and guides

Bangkokpost Published: 31/07/2010 at 12:00 AM


Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) has vowed to get tough on unlicensed taxi drivers and tour guides preying on passengers at Suvarnabhumi Airport, saying they will face the maximum penalties allowed by law.


The state-controlled airport operator said it would pursue legal proceedings against culprits found to have committed the same offence for a second time. They will be charged with trespassing on AoT property which carries a maximum penalty of one year in jail and/or a fine up to 2,000 baht.

If the actions involve attacks on passengers or take place at night, penalties can be up to five years in jail and/or a fine of 10,000 baht.

Nirandra Theeranartsin, general manager of Suvarnabhumi Airport, said AoT wanted to eradicate the long-standing problems that have given Thailand and Suvarnabhumi a bad name.

"It is time to go to the extreme as there are still unlicensed taxi drivers and ghost tour guides continuing with their crimes, in spite of our crackdown," he said.

For the year to date, police have imposed fines of 500 to 1,000 baht in cases involving 5,454 taxi drivers and 9,142 tour guides operating illegally at the airport. The fines are so small that they are no deterrent at all and simply considered a cost of doing business.

AoT has posted warning notices at strategic locations of the Suvarnabhumi passenger terminals and its car park. It sees frequent complaints about taxis and guides as a major obstacle to moving Suvarnabhumi up in global surveys of the world's best airport ranking.

Suvarnabhumi, which opened in September 2006, moved from 41st place in the rankings by the Geneva-based Airports Council International (ACI) to 24th last year, reflecting the success of some of the improvements AoT has been making.
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Old August 9th, 2010, 03:05 PM   #1570
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Airlines push overhaul of immigration Call for automation, outsourcing at airport

Bangkokpost Published: 9/08/2010 at 12:00 AM


The Airline Operators Committee is calling on Airports of Thailand Plc and the Immigration Police Bureau to work together to streamline immigration operations at Suvarnabhumi airport.

Kongsak Hiranpruek, chairman of the AOC, which represents more than 80 international airlines operating out of Suvarnabhumi, said the airport did not have enough officers to handle immigration procedures.

Mr Kongsak said his committee had recommended that AoT, which operates the country's six main airports, outsource some of the immigration tasks to ease the officers' workload.

He said the AOC had asked AoT and the Immigration Police Bureau to look into whether regulations could be amended to permit the outsourcing of these duties.

The police bureau is considering introducing an electronic passport (e-passport) system using an auto-gate machine. An e-passport holder would insert the passport into a reader, press the finger scanner and the machine would then take a picture.

The system would then test whether the machine's reading matched the biometric information stored in the e-passport.

Mr Kongsak said it would be necessary to outsource immigration work while waiting for the installation of the auto-gate machines.

Suvarnabhumi director Niran Thiranartsin said the introduction of an e-passport system was being hindered by immigration rules, such as the requirement for passports to be stamped.

Stamping a passport takes much longer than verifying a holder's identity using the e-passport system, Mr Niran said, citing the efficient use of the system at Incheon International Airport in South Korea.

A Transport Ministry source said the bureau was drafting the terms of reference for the installation of the auto-gate system at Suvarnabhumi.

The bureau would amend regulations to clear the way for the full implementation of the system if it proves efficient, the source said.
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Old August 12th, 2010, 05:27 AM   #1571
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I found this to be the most captivating of installations at Suvarnabhoomi, I stood in front of it for ages taking in all the details, simply marvellous. Could some of our Thai friends care to shed some light on the story behind this- am I correct in guessing that this is the creation story in Thai mythology, and features the deities of the old Indian pantheon or something?
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Old August 23rd, 2010, 10:47 PM   #1572
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Cabinet to consider Suvarnabhumi's 2nd phase plan today

The Nation Published on August 24, 2010


Airports of Thailand is optimistic that the Cabinet will today approve the company's Bt62 billion expansion plan for the Suvarnabhumi Airport, as the planned third runway is taken out of the plan pending for the environmental impact assessment (EIA).

Somchai Sawasdeepon, senior executive vice president of AOT, said in an interview yesterday that much of the investment is for greater convenience of passengers as it encompasses the second terminal, an office building and more parking areas.


"If the Cabinet approves the plan tomorrow, this will take 72 months for all to be completed on the assumption that in 2016 Suvarnabhumi will accommodate 64 million passengers. Without the approval, the existing facilities can handle more passengers, but they may have to wait in a longer line," he said.


At present, the airport is designed to accommodate upto 45 million passengers per annum.


A source said recently that the Natural Resources and Environment Ministry would axe the investment, on grounds that no EIA was attached. AOT was ordered to pay Bt11 billion in damage to residents near Suvarnabhumi for noise pollution caused by the two runways. To date, it has paid out only about Bt1 billion.


Somchai explained that as the plan did not include the third runway, there is no need for the EIA. AOT is now carrying out the EIA for the third runway, which would compliment the existing two in case of emergency. With two runways, the airport is capable of handling 76 flights per hour, but now at peaks, there are only 52 flights per hour.


According to Somchai, once the Cabinet approves the investment plan, AOT would need to outline the details for the National Economic and Social Development Board's screening. A project consultant would be then hired for the design. Then, a bidding will be called. He expected the process on the terminal would be the most lengthy.
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Cabinet approves airport expansion

By THE NATION Published on August 25, 2010


The Cabinet yesterday approved a Bt62.5-billion expansion plan for Suvarnabhumi Airport, despite doubts over financing and the lack of a third runway.

The project will boost the aviation gateway's capacity to 60 million passengers per year from 45 million at present.


Parking bays will also be increased from 120 to 148 and vehicle parking from 6,000 to 6,500.


Transport Minister Sophon Saram said the Budget Bureau showed concern for the revenue outlook of Airports of Thailand, as most of the budget comes from the airport operator's cash flow.


AOT is committed to providing Bt45 billion, or 72 per cent of the total, out of its own pocket, and borrowing the remaining Bt17.45 billion between 2013 and 2016.


The National Economic and Social Development Board pointed out that when the expansion project is completed in 2016, peak flight frequencies could outpace the airport's capacity of 76 flights per hour. It suggested AOT consider investing in the third runway.


The original expansion plan included the runway, at a total cost of Bt77 billion.


"The runway was cut out as the Cabinet ordered the plan to be changed. Meanwhile, the runway needs an environmental impact assessment," Sophon said. "However, I insist that we must invest in the third runway over the next five to 10 years to accommodate more traffic."
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Old August 25th, 2010, 10:05 PM   #1578
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Suvarnabhumi extension ratified B62bn to avoid overcrowding woes

Bangkokpost Published: 25/08/2010 at 12:00 AM


The cabinet yesterday approved the long-delayed expansion of Suvarnabhumi Airport, estimated to cost 62 billion baht.

But the expansion, which will lift the passenger handling capacity of Bangkok's prime airport to 60 million a year, will not be completed until at least 2015, years after overcrowding has set in.

Based on current trends, Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT) expects Suvarnabhumi to reach its maximum capacity of 45 million passengers this year.

"It's better late than never," AoT president Serirat Prasutanond told the Bangkok Post, adding that the cabinet's endorsement would help set the expansion in motion.

AoT made its first expansion proposal in late 2007, a year after Suvarnabhumi began operations. It subsequently underwent a series of reviews and revisions amid indecision by authorities and politicians.

The good news is that the airport expansion will not be subject to another hurdle at the National Environment Board (NEB).

The NEB, chaired by Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva, resolved on Monday that the work involved in the extension of runways to 3,000 metres or more be included among 11 "harmful" activities that will require public hearings and environmental and health impact assessments. Proposals for such projects must be submitted for review by an independent body on health and the environment.

However, the Suvarnabhumi expansion approved by the cabinet yesterday does not involve runway construction even though earlier plans called for building a domestic passenger terminal and a third runway.

The expansion envisages the construction of a satellite passenger terminal to be located about 800 metres south of the existing terminal and linked by an underground automated people mover, a rail system that is used by leading airports around the world.

A concourse will accommodate 28 aircraft including A380 superjumbo jets, and there will also be new taxiways, buildings for airline offices and car parking, said AoT.

Having secured the green light from the cabinet, Mr Serirat said the state-controlled airport operating firm would soon start implementation of the project.

It will begin by hiring of a project management consultant to carry out work such as design and contractor selection.

Officials hope that construction can start in 2012 and be completed in 2015 or 2016.

But between now and then, AoT will have to deal with congestion at Suvarnabhumi by means of streamlining traffic flow and better management of aircraft time slots through shifting some arrivals and departures to non-peak periods.

"There is so much we can do with the streamlining," said Mr Serirat, insisting that congestion problems could be avoided until the new capacity became available.

AoT plans to allocate 45.05 billion baht of its own funds to finance the expansion and secure another 17.45 billion baht from external sources such as loans or issuing debt instruments.

The aviation industry yesterday welcomed the project's approval.

Expansion should have started two years ago, said Khongsak Hiranprueck, chairman of the Airline Operators Committee, a coalition of airline managers at Suvarnabhumi.

The industry including the International Air Transport Association (IATA) has advocated the expansion of Suvarnabhumi and maintaining its status as Bangkok's sole international airport.

Operators also support turning Don Mueang Airport, Bangkok's former air hub, into an aircraft maintenance and parts production centre in addition to an airport serving non-connecting domestic flights along with chartered and private flights.

IATA director-general Giovanni Bisignani earlier asked Transport Minister Sohpon Zarum to intervene in plans to have two international airports in Bangkok, saying a one-airport solution was in the best interests of passengers, airlines and the Thai economy.
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Beautiful airport, no doubt!
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Conversion of car park put on hold

Bangkokpost Published: 6/09/2010 at 12:00 AM


The signing of a contract with a private company to turn Suvarnabhumi airport's long-term parking lot into a shopping complex has been put on hold.

The contract which would give Pangram Retail Co the right to commercially develop the car park remains unsigned because Airports of Thailand and Suvarnabhumi airport executives have failed to secure board approval for the deal, AoT board chairman Piyapan Champasut said.

The proposed contract with Pangram would have a lifespan of 15 years, and Mr Piyapan said all concessions issued by the AoT that exceed five years needed to have board approval.

He said AoT president Serirat Prasutanond and Suvarnabhumi airport director Niran Theeranartsin told him the problem stemmed from a misunderstanding.

They chose not to submit the contract for board approval as projected rental revenues were below one million baht a month. Only projects expected to earn more than that amount need to receive board approval under AoT rules.

Mr Piyapan said the contract would not be signed until the board reviewed the matter, which it was expected to do today.

Mr Niran said the AoT's revenue supervision committee approved the contract with Pangram but it was now clear that it did not have the authority.

He said he did not think the company would sue the AoT because the deal had not yet been sealed and it was an honest mistake.

An AoT source said the scheme to turn the parking lot into a commercial development was part of an overall plan to boost revenue.

The space incurs a loss of 150,000 baht a month as a car park.

The contract requires Pangram to return the car area to the AOT should it need it. The AoT plans to put part of the parking space to use in 2015.
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