Thai Prime Minister Surayud Chulamont ordered Bangkok's Don Muang International Airport reopened to both international and domestic flights in order to prevent overcrowding at the new Suvarnabhumi International. He cited increasing traffic at Suvarnabhumi and the need to block some gates to repair cracked airfield pavement (ATWOnline, Feb. 5). Transport Minister Theera Haocharoen said decisions about which airlines will move back to Don Muang should be made within two weeks. The airport ...

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