Bangkok Don Mueang Airport Still Closed Due To Flood

AINalerts » December 1, 2011
December 1, 2011, 6:24 PM

Flood waters are subsiding at Bangkok Don Mueang Airport, but it could be another two months until the business aviation gateway is ready to reopen, according to Airports of Thailand. Meanwhile, local business aviation services group MJets is about to start repair work to its FBO at the airport. During the flooding crisis, the company has provided handling for aircraft by using Utapao Airport in Pattaya, some 100 miles southeast of the city.

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