All airports under AOT shall be the leading airports providing excellent service and could be maintain the status of being the air transportation hub of Southeast Asia Region.
AOT shall continuously provide both excellent management and
perform airports’tasks with concern on the standard of safety, quality of service and facilities in international level in order to assist the
country’s development, the benefits of the users and appropriate return
on investment of the shareholders, business alliance, air
transport industry and its staff.
The missions of AOT are to operate and support the airport activities as well as proceed other work dealing with airport activities, which are:
- Establishment of airport or temporary site for aircraft’s landing and taking off.
- Provision of air navigation facilities.
- Provision of aircraft technical service.
- Provision of services related to aircraft, freight, parcel, passengers and employees of the aviation business operators as well as rendering services or airport facilities relating to the mentioned activities.
Chiang Mai International Airport is the gateway to Northern Thailand, a land of breathtaking natural attractions and deep-rooted cultural traditions. The Airport has contributed greatly to tourism in the North over the years.
Located in Songkhla Province, popularly dubbed the trading centre of the South, Hat Yai International Airport has played a key role in providing services to thousands of Muslims making the pilgrimage to Mecca each year.
Phuket International Airport ranks second in the country in terms of passenger and cargo volume. Thanks to the fascinating tourist attractions including the world famous beaches in Phuket and the nearby provinces coupled with a complete range of tourist services, Phuket International Airport has welcomed millions of passengers each year, most of whom are tourists coming from all over the world.
Welcome to Chiang Rai International Airport:
Chiang Rai International Airport is an international airport located in the north of Thailand. The airport is not only a gateway for tourists to the region but also for business due to its near location to several neighbouring countries in the economic quadrangular zone.
The Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) was corporatized from a state enterprise, namely Airports Authority of Thailand (AAT), to be a public limited company on September 30, 2002 with the registered head of. ce at 333 Cherdwutagard Road, Don Muang, Bangkok 10210, Thailand. AOT is a leader of Thailand's airport business operator. Its main business lines are managing, operating and developing airports. Presently, AOT has 6 international