Airports of Thailand (AOT) have confirmed they are in negotiations with 10 airlines to see them return to Bangkok’s Don Mueang airport (DMK), which closed for commercial flights in 2006.  “We will announce when we get a final announcement,” an unnamed AOT official told ATW, declining to give further details. AOT is reportedly offering up to 30% off current landing and parking fees, as well as 30% discount on space rental and counter service fees, from July 1 to ...

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