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UPDATED: 20:44, June 08, 2006
Bangkok's new airport to start commercial operation in Sept.
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The Thai government Thursday insisted that Bangkok's new Suvarnabhumi International Airport would start commercial operation on Sept. 28.

Government Spokesman Surapong Suebwonglee said caretaker Prime Minister Thaksin called a meeting of government agencies concerned with the airport to find out its construction's progress.

The two-hour meeting concluded that the airport would begin commercial operation as scheduled on Sept. 28.

Surapong said the government would have to seek a royal advice from His Majesty the King on the date for official opening ceremony.

The Suvarnabhumi International Airport, 30 km southeast of Bangkok, will be Thailand's biggest international airport.

Source: Xinhua

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