BANGKOK, 28 March 2013 (NNT) – Airports of Thailand public company has announced that it will allow all airlines to use Don Muang international airport again.
The decision was made by the airport company’s board of directors, and will have to be approved by the Cabinet, as 70 per cent of the company’s shares are still owned by the government.
The company has revealed that airlines in the One World group, led by Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific airway, has expressed interest in using Don Muang airport. The airlines group also suggested that Don Muang airport be expanded to allow for giant Airbus A380 aircrafts to land and take off from there.
Don Muang airport is currently operating as an airport for budget airlines. The decision will turn it into a full-service airport.
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