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Thu, 24 December 2015

Airlines Move Domestic Thai Flights to Don Mueang Airport's T2

Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, Thailand today reopened Terminal 2.

The renovated Terminal 2 will be used for domestic flights in Thailand, while Terminal 1 will continue to house international flight operations.

T2 has a capacity to handle 11.5 million passengers per year, and is equipped with six rows of check-in counters, totalling 70 counters, including 10 counters for passengers with disabilities.

The 24 December soft launch date follows a three-day trial which simulated real check-in conditions, luggage loading, immigration, and boarding of passengers.

AOT is still fine-tuning some areas of T2, including the washrooms, restaurants, and shops. The grand opening is scheduled for February 2016.

Terminal 2 Don Mueang Airport

AirAsia's Domestic Flights (FD) Check-in at Row 9 - 10
Thai Lion Air Check-in at Row 11
Thai Smile (ex-Don Mueang) Check-in at Row 12
Nok Air Check-in at Row 14 - 15

Airlines which operate to/from Suvarnabhumi Airport in the South of Bangkok are not affected.

AirAsia, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand

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