To address concerns by engineer and architect groups, plans for a new passenger terminal at Bangkok’s Survarnabhumi Airport has been placed on hold.

After a recent board meeting, the Airports of Thailand (AOT) decided to postpone the construction of Terminal 2 to allow for more studies by relevant parties with .......

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