Airports of Thailand confident Suvarnabhumi safe from flooding
Published on Oct 27, 2011
BANGKOK, Oct 26 – Thailand’s national Airports of Thailand (AoT) authority is confident that Suvarnabhumi Airport, the main airport serving the capital, will be spared inundation, AoT Chairman ACM Sumet Phomanee said on Wednesday.
The water situation around Suvarnabhumi Airport is not worrisome and the water level outside the 3.50-metre high earthen dyke around the airport is at its normal level of 0.70 metres.
He said the airport is still operating normally and does not have a problem with crowded space in the passenger terminal despite several commercial airlines shifting their service base from Don Mueang to Suvarnabhumi.
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