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One million passengers to arrive at Hua Hin Airport by 2025


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44 minutes ago, Woodpecker 99 said:

So Hua Hin will be made a Covi19 hot spot?

Is'nt it already?

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8 hours ago, PatOngo said:

If I was'nt sure where it was, I would probably look at a map of Thailand on Google, who knows, you might just find it!

To be fair it is a little confusing as half of the runway is in Cha Am and another province.  So depending on the way the winds blowing you could land in Phetchaburi and fast track to Prachuap Khiri Khan.

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6 minutes ago, DaLa said:

To be fair it is a little confusing as half of the runway is in Cha Am and another province.  So depending on the way the winds blowing you could land in Phetchaburi and fast track to Prachuap Khiri Khan.

 .................and then take a taxi to Hua Hin!

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On 4/8/2021 at 5:34 AM, Wildliferescue said:

Ok besides the fact that this is all <deleted> and that it will never happen; 1,000,000 passengers in one year means about 2,800 a day. With 5 flights a day that would mean that you will

need almost 6 A-380s fully booked!! every day.... 

 

does anyone ever do the math before such an event and does any journalist ever check these facts? 

In Thailand? Do I need to continue... 

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On 4/7/2021 at 1:36 PM, d2b2 said:

Flying on. 737 or A330 for 6-7 hours doesn't seem all that pleasant.

Once the airport can accommodate larger aircraft then it will be viable

Currently the airport has one gate and one luggage carousel so I wouldn't expect many flights

And transport to and from the airport via the green baht bus?

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