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Big jump in Suvarnabhumi traffic after fifth phase of lockdown easing


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19 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

yeah when i fly I take no notice of how many flights are coming and going over a 24hr period.

 

an average of 9 flights an hour does seem small but not a number i would be aware of as I don't hang around to count.

Most domestic would be morning to early night. I was in the waiting area for an hour er so and could see inbound and outbound. Nothing else to do.

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1 minute ago, holy cow cm said:

Not even 100

Awesome, you can count that high.... were those 100 domestic flights all morning and evening flights like you claimed ?

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47 minutes ago, holy cow cm said:

That still seems like too big of a number for flights.

Maybe they have recruited hundreds of soldiers to fly back and forth between Bangkok and the provinces, in order to boost the numbers...

 

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4 minutes ago, Don Mega said:

Awesome, you can count that high.... were those 100 domestic flights all morning and evening flights like you claimed ?

Had to use my toes.

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214 flights. They sure count arrivals plus departures and include pure cargo flights :smile:

And still I have problems to find 100 departures on Friday e.g.

Maybe 70.

Majority domestic.

I was surprised to see that Bangkok Air does seven(!) flights to Samui on a Friday.

Even more surprising to see a report of a full flight (no empty seats, ATR72 though).

So this alone might count for 14 flights on a Friday.

 

Did some copy/edit/count for yesterday (Friday).

Finds 84 "Departed".

From:

https://www.flightradar24.com/data/airports/bkk/departures

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Have all the immigration staff been made redundant at Thailand’s airports as apart from repatriation flights no one else arriving from abroad.

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