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Air Travelers Told to Leave for Airports 3 hours Ahead of Departure Time

The national flag carrier THAI and two budget airlines  told their air passengers to leave homes earlier to catch their flights because the scattered protests in the capital

The national flag carrier THAI and two budget airlines told their air passengers to leave homes earlier to catch their flights because the scattered protests in the capital

 

BANGKOK – Thai Airways International, Thai Air Asia and Nok Air have advised their customers to leave homes three hours before their departures citing reason of heavy traffic jams as the result of widespread protests in the capital today.

Airports of Thailand also warned air travelers of heavy traffic jams while travelling to the airport  and leaving  earlier so that they would not miss the planes.

The national flag carrier THAI and two budget airlines  told their air passengers to leave homes earlier to catch their flights because the scattered protests in the capital have caused heavy traffic jams and could delay their arrivals at the airport.

They  said passengers should leave at least three hours before their flight departure time.

They also advised air travelers to use the Airport Link train service, buses and vans of the Bangkok Mass Transit Authority instead of taxis.

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