AOT BOARD TO CONSIDER NEW TERMINAL TODAY

Corporate February 20, 2019 01:00

By The Nation

Airports of Thailand Plc or AOT’s president Nitinai Sirismatthakarn will propose his plan to the board of committee today to open bidding on building Suvarnabhumi International Airport’s controversial second terminal as well as bidding for a new contract for the duty-free concessions.



He said the board needs to consider starting early construction on the controversial Terminal 2 at Suvarnabhumi, due to the current terminal being overcrowded and expecting 70 million passengers in this year. The current facility has total capacity for only 5,400 passengers per hour.