Looking forward to future flights.
With tourist arrivals and departures at an all-time low, Airports of Thailand (AOT) officials have taken advantage of the sudden slowdown, continuing their overhauls of both Don Muang and Suvarnabhumi airports—all in compliance with the strict rules put in place to curb the outbreak of the coronavirus, of course.
As revealed on the AOT Facebook page and reported by influential Thailand-based blogger Richard Barrow, the renovation of Suvarnabhumi airport’s new passenger terminal is progressing quite smoothly. According to AOT, when all is said and done, there will be a rail link service transiting passengers to the new satellite building, an aerobridge and a new car park on the airport’s eastern wing.
Latest reports on the new passenger terminal at Suvarnabhumi airport shows it’s progressing well. Looks like there will also be a rail link to take passengers to the new satellite building. And those giant elephants are really impressive— Richard Barrow in Thailand(@RichardBarrow) April 22, 2020
Personally, we can’t wait to see what those massive elephant statues look like when construction is complete.