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Changes in domestic passenger screening at Suvarnabhumi


In order to reduce congestion on the fourth floor, Suvarnabhumi Airport is moving its screening service for domestic passengers to concourse screening.

Wing Commander Suthirawat Suwanawat, general manager of Suvarnabhumi Airport, Airports of Thailand, said the change will come into effect from 5am on November 19.

Changes in domestic passenger screening at Suvarnabhumi
The airport will move the screening points to the other sides such as Concourse A and B, on the second and third floors.
The move is expected to fix the inconsistency in the use of the mixed areas of searched outbound passengers with inbound arrivals who are yet to be searched. The change is expected to ensure that passengers flying out of Suvarnabhumi Airport get 100 per cent screening, which is in accordance with the requirements specified in the National Civil Aviation Security Plan
For more information, please contact AOT Contact Centre at 1722 24 hours.

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Published : October 25, 2019

By : The Nation