In the wake of the Thailand army’s takeover of the country on May 22, tighter security and identity checks have immediately gone into effect at airports. In particular, passengers are being advised to carry all travel and identification documents including national identity cards, and to allow extra time when traveling to Suvarnabhumi airport due to potential roadblock delays. The chairman of Airports of Thailand (AOT), Sita Divari, said that “despite the coup d’etat, the ...


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