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Air in Northern Thailand exceeds safety standards

CHIANG MAI, Feb 17 – Haze pollution covering parts of Thailand's northern provinces is worrisome, with the particulate dust particle level rising over the safety standard with airports needing to turn on runways light to increase visibility for aircraft taking off and landing. Supeera Laddachayaporn, head of the local environmental quality

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Boeing pilot dies en route from Bangkok to Moscow

The co-pilot of a Russian UTair airliner has died in mid-air after feeling unwell while piloting a Boeing en route from Bangkok to Moscow. The plane with 239 passengers on board – all Russian citizens – was able to land safely in Siberia. “The co-pilot [Sergey Golev, aged 44] died at

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Bt1 billion needed to salvage inundated Don Mueang Airport: AoT

BANGKOK, Nov 17 - The Airports of Thailand (AoT) on Thursday said an estimated Bt1 billion is needed for the restoration of submerged Bangkok Don Mueang Airport. AoT President Anirut Thanomkulbutra said the airport authority will begin restoration of the western part of the flooded runway first as it will be

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Engine problem forces Qantas jet back to Bangkok

Sydney - A Sydney-bound Qantas Airways Boeing 747 returned to Bangkok after the pilot shut down one engine following what the Australian carrier described as a "bang." Sunday’s Q52 flight, which had 356 passengers aboard, landed safely in Bangkok about an hour after take-off, a Qantas spokesman said Monday. Read more: The

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