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Suvarnabhumi Airport

Suvarnabhumi Airport (Thai: ท่าอากาศยานสุวรรณภูมิ; Pronounced su-wan-na-poom), (IATA: BKK, ICAO: VTBS), also known as (New) Bangkok International Airport, is the international airport serving Bangkok, Thailand. After numerous delays, the airport opened for limited service on 15 September 2006, and opened for all commercial flights on 28 September. The airport is the main hub for Thai Airways International, Bangkok Airways, Orient Thai Airlines, Thai AirAsia and a focus city for Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, EVA Air, Air India, Druk Air, Indian Airlines, and SriLankan Airlines.

The airport is located in Racha Thewa in Bang Phli district, Samut Prakan Province, about 25 km east of Bangkok. The name Suvarnabhumi was chosen by King Bhumibol Adulyadej and refers to the ancient kingdom hypothesized to have been located somewhere in Southeast Asia. Designed by Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects, this airport has the world's tallest control tower (132.2 m), and the world's second largest single building and airport terminal (563,000 m²), just a little smaller than Hong Kong International Airport (570,000 m²) but larger than South Korea's Incheon International Airport (496,000 m²). Suvarnabhumi is currently second busiest airport in asia, behind Tokyo International Airport (Haneda). as Bangkok's primary airport for all commercial airline flights. It also inherited the IATA Airport Code BKK from Don Mueang after the older airport ceased commercial flights.

Months into its opening, issues such as congestion, construction quality, signage, provision of facilities, and soil subsidence continued to plague the airport, prompting calls to reopen Don Muang to allow for repairs to be conducted, especially from low-cost airlines.The Thai junta announced its intention to reopen Don Muang permanently as a second International airport, despite objections to the idea from Airports of Thailand, the Civil Aviation Department, and over 60 domestic and international airlines. Only three airlines, namely Thai AirAsia, Jetstar Asia and Tiger Airways have expressed interest in moving all their flights back to Don Muang. The Prime Minister Surayud Chulanont decided on 16 February 2007 not to reopen Don Muang as a second international airport for the city. However, domestic flights will still have operations at Don Muang such as those with no flight connections. Airlines can move their flights back to the old airport on a voluntary basis. The government will be doing a six month study and will come out with a proposal whether other flights should move back to Don Muang.

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