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Unsinkable Don Muang Flights Resume

Category: Tourism, Posted:02 Mar 2012 | 06:00 am

After being closed for months by the Bangkok floods, the capital's second airport Don Muang will see commercial flights restart on March 6th.
First up will be Nok Air. Orient Thai has not said if they would resume flights yet from the facility.
Thai Airways new start up Thai Smile has planned to use Don Muang as its hub by the middle part of the year.
Bill Heinecke's charter aviation service MJETS uses a dedicated terminal as a base, as do other private operators.

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