วันอาทิตย์ที่ 31 มกราคม พ.ศ. 2559

Bangkok Metro & BTS

Bangkok Metro Public Company Limited (BMCL) has become the first metro operator in Thailand since Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA) has given BMCL a confidence to be the concessionaire of operating The M. R. T. Chaloem Ratchamongkhon Line Project (The MRT System) on August 1, 2000.

 The MRT System starts from Bangkok Railway Station (Hua Lamphong) along Rama 4 road, crosses Samyan intersection, Silom intersection and Wireless intersection, turns left to Ratchadaphisek Road at Rama 4 intersection, passing Queen Sirikit National Convention Center to Asoke-Sukhumvit intersection, Asoke-Phetchaburi intersection, Rama 9 intersection, Huai Khwang intersection, and Sutthisan intersection, then turns left to Lat Phrao road at Ratchada-Lat Phrao intersection, faces to Lat Phrao intersection, Phahon Yothin road, Chatuchak Park, Mo Chit Northern Bus Terminal (Old), and turns right to Kamphaeng Phet road, passing The Marketing Organization for Farmers (MOF) market, and finally ends at Bang Sue Railway Station.

 Operating Hour
• 06.00 am – midnight daily.
• Frequency
            - Less than 5 minutes during the peak hours 06.00 - 09.00 am. and 04.30  – 07.30 pm.
            - Less than 10 minutes during the off-peak hours.
• Maximum 19 serviced rolling stocks.

The BTS Skytrain is the safest, most comfortable and convenient way to get around Bangkok. In service since December 5, 1999, it has transformed the face of public transportation in the Thai capital, for the first time offering both residents and visitors a comfortable ride through central Bangkok - lifting commuters above the chronic congestion, noise and pollution of the streets below.

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วันพุธที่ 30 ธันวาคม พ.ศ. 2558

New domestic terminal at Don Mueang

Airports of Thailand opens new domestic terminal at Don Mueang International Airport in December 2015

The Airports of Thailand (AOT) opens Terminal 2 at the Don Mueang International Airport for domestic flights on 24 December, 2015. The facility has a capacity to handle 11.5 million passengers per year, and is equipped with six rows of check-in counters, totalling 70 counters, including 10 counters for passengers with disabilities.

The 24-December soft launch date follows the successful implementation of a three-day thorough trial operation which simulated real check-in conditions, luggage loading, immigration, and boarding of passengers. Public transport, including taxis and airport express buses, are available.
In order to ensure smooth experience for passengers, AOT is currently fine-tuning the final details of some other areas; such as, washrooms, restaurants, and shops.

The new domestic terminal is set for a full opening in February 2016.
AOT has ensured that the new terminal as well as current facilities on operations are renovated, maintained and operated in line with the international airport safety and security standards.
Don Mueang International Airport currently serves domestic and international flights by low-cost carriers, including Thai Smile, Nok Air, Thai AirAsia, Thai Lion Air, Orient Thai Airlines etc. It is also handling capacity of 28 million passengers per year while the full operation of the second passenger terminal at the Airport will bring the capacity to handle up to 40 million passengers per year.