Suvarnabhumi, Don Muang Airports Reopen

Both the Suvarnabhumi International Airport and Don Muang Airport in Bangkok have resumed ingoing and outgoing commercial flights today after a resolution of protests there this week. The airports had been closed since last Wednesday.

"The demonstrations that temporarily stalled flights to Thailand for the past week have come to an end, and we eagerly anticipate a return to normal tourist traffic over the coming weeks," said Bangornrat Shinaprayoon, director, Eastern USA and Canada, for the Tourism Authority of Thailand.

Travelers are advised to check with their individual airlines as to how flight schedules have been affected by the airport closure.

Visit www.tourismthailand.org/thailandtourismupdate.

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