The downturn in air traffic through Thailand’s main airports, including Suvarnabhumi Airport, shows signs of having bottomed out, with August’s figures tipping into the black for the first time in eight months. Passenger traffic last month edged up by 2.44% over the same month last year to 4.62m, while flight movements rose by 5.4% to 30,638, according to statistics from the Airports of Thailand Plc (AoT). (Bangkok Post)
Air traffic has bottomed out, says AoT
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