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Thai Airways International to Operate 30 Daily Domestic Flights from Old Don Muang Airport in Bangkok

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Wednesday, 21 March 2007

From 25 March 2007 Thai Airways International will be operating 30 daily domestic flights from the old Don Muang airport in Bangkok. Flights with connections to international destinations (11 flights daily) from Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket and Krabi will remain at the new Suvarnahbumi Airport.

At Don Muang Airport, THAI will operate full services as follows:

Departure: Check-in at Domestic Terminal, second floor

Check-in counter number 15 26

Arrival: Domestic Terminal, first floor

Lounges: For Royal Silk Class Passengers only

Flight operations at Don Muang Airport will be numbered with 4 digits starting with 1 (TG 1xxx) such as TG 1203 and those operated at Suvarnabhumi Airport will have 3 digits.

In addition, THAI will open a City Air Terminal, located on the first floor, parking area of Lad Prao Metro Station. Passengers can pre-check-in their luggage 3 hours prior to flight departure. The service also includes shuttle bus service between Lad Prao Metro Station and Don Muang Airport. The service links transportation facilities between Bangkok Metro, BTS and THAIs flights. The services, including domestic flights check-in and shuttle bus, will be available between 04.00 20.00 hours. Furthermore, passengers without luggage can pre-check-in 1 day before departure.

On 25th March 2007, the first flight operated at Don Muang Airport will be TG 1020, Don Muang-Ubon Ratchathani, departing at 06.00 hours and arriving at 07.05 hours, utilizing Boeing 737-400 aircraft. The first flight to Don Muang Airport will be TG 1161, Phitsanulok Don Muang, departing at 07.40 hours and arriving at 08.25 hours, utilizing Boeing 737-400 aircraft.

Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited has said it will provide transportation services between Don Muang and Suvarnahbumi Airport. These services are not free and must be paid for by passengers.

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