Suvarnabhumi Airport

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Suvarnabhumi Airport is the main international airport of Bangkok, Thailand. It is in Bangchoung, Rachatawa, Noungprew and Bangpee district Samotpakarn province.[1] The area of the airport is about 32 square kilometres (12 sq mi). It is six times bigger than Donmuang Airport.

Budget[change | change source]

The Thai government gave a budget of about 150,000 million baht (US$4.9 billion or 3.7 billion euro) to build this international airport. This included investment of Government service and State Enterprises of 137,000 million baht ($4.46 billion), and private company about 13,000 million baht ($423 million). The airport could support the passengers more than 45 million people.

International airlines[change | change source]

International airlines included of 102 airways and 142 cities. There are:

  • Aero Flot
  • Aerosvit Airlines
  • Air Asia
  • Air Bagan
  • Air China
  • Air France
  • Air India
  • Air Koryo
  • Air Macau
  • Air Madagascar
  • All Nippon Airways
  • Asiana Airlines
  • Austrian Airlines
  • Bangkok Airways
  • Biman Bangladesh
  • Blue Panorama
  • British Airways
  • Cathay Pacific Airways
  • Cebu Pacific
  • China Airlines
  • China Eastern Airlines
  • China Southern Airlines
  • Druk Air
  • Egypt Air
  • El Al Israel Airlines
  • Emirates
  • Ethiopian Airlines
  • Etihad Airways
  • EVA Air
  • Finnair
  • Garuda Indonesia
  • GMG Airlines
  • Gulf Air
  • Hainan Airlines
  • Indian Airlines
  • Jalways
  • Japan Airlines
  • Jetstar Airways
  • Jetstar Asia Airways
  • Kenya Airways
  • KLM Royal Dutch Airlines
  • Korean Air
  • Kuwait Airways
  • Lao Airlines
  • LTU International
  • Lufthansa
  • Mahan Air
  • Malaysia Airlines
  • Malév Hungarian Airlines
  • Myanmar Airways International
  • Nok Air
  • Northwest Airlines
  • Orient Thai Airlines
  • Pacific Airlines
  • Pakistan International Airlines
  • PBair
  • Philippine Airlines
  • PMTair
  • President Airlines
  • Qantas Airways
  • Qatar Airways
  • Royal Brunei Airlines
  • Royal Jordanian
  • Royal Nepal Airlines
  • Royal Phnom Penh Airways
  • Scandinavian Airlines System
  • Siberia Airlines
  • Siem Reap Airways International
  • Singapore Airlines
  • SkyStar Airways
  • Sri Lankan Airline
  • Swiss International Air Lines
  • Thai AirAsia
  • Thai Airways International
  • Thai Sky Airline
  • Tiger Airways
  • Transaero
  • Turkish Airline
  • Turkmenistan Airlines
  • United Airlines
  • Uzbekistan Airways
  • Vietnam Airlines
  • Vladivostok Air
  • Xiamen Airlines

Domestic airlines[change | change source]

  • Bangkok airway
  • BB air
  • SGA airline
  • Thai air asea
  • Thai airway

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