Thailand’s Ministry of Transport’s Airports Department is proposing a third international airport in the Nakhon Pathom province, about 50km (31 mi.) west of downtown Bangkok. If approved, construction will begin as early as 2023 and the airport is planned to be operational in two to three years. Airports Department deputy director-general Jarun Meesomboon told the Bangkok Post the airport will span 560-hectares (1,384 acres) and will cost around THB20 billion ($646 ...

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