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Hmm don't recall a single smoking room at CNX at least since few years, when there was a renovation upstairs - always puffed outside the terminal building.

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Those smoking rooms were a total disgrace for any human being anyway...everything was filthy, broken or missing.....it never gave me a warm welcome feeling when arriving on swampy...and at don muang the ground staff took all the seats for smokers.

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1 minute ago, Greyhat said:

NOOOOOO... this was the best thing about landing in Suvarnabhumi

I usually use the lavatory and exit the premises as fast as humanly possible 😄 Can't recall a cigarette booth in swampy domestic side at all for ages x)

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48 minutes ago, saigonsunset said:

Anyone told them the Chinese still like to smoke ... see a slight 180 degree adjustment of strategy coming up here soon.

The Chinese are used to being subservient, just leaves some of the pesky "expats" to continue to moan 😜

Chinese airports have clamped down on smoking in recent years also, government have a better stream of income now, don't need the taxes from the smokers 👍

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In the light of the smog situation in Bangkok this is just ridiculous! Hopefully Sakura Lounge will still have it's smoking room.

 

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3 hours ago, Aachen said:

I think, they will lower the Airport Fees and the tickets will get cheaper, when this service is discontinued. Mostly this smoking rooms were financed by some cigarette companies. So it is a problem of educating the customers -mostly adults- in AOT's own sense.

How did you come up with this nonsense?

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That good news hope it sticks. Not sure what country I passed throw recently and the smokers room was full and had the door wide open.

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4 hours ago, Puchaiyank said:

The war is on all airborne pollutants.  Smoking is hazardous to everyone breathing smoke polluted air.  Do everyone a favor...

Do you have any scientific evidence to back this up or

do you just repeat what they say on TV ???

 

PS:

100 Lung Doctors in Germany just wrote an open letter to the Government saying that there is not a single piece of

evidence that fine dust particles in the air cause any health problems ... but that's just the people who know - or do they not ?

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