Wednesday, 21 October 2009


Report: Thailand International Airports
(Library access to information and system)

Prented To: Assoc.Prof.Dr Namtip Wipawin
By : Mr.Witsanu Nathawin
Faculty : International College
Major : Bachelor of Business Administration in Hotel Management


The purpose of this report, to give the information about Thailand international airports and Tell in the objecttive and the visions of the airports, by present to blogspot of the library subject. hope the reader to get the knowledge in my report .

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.

Mission Statement:
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.

Welcome to Don Mueang International Airport :

Welcome to Chiang Mai International Airport:
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.

Welcome to Hat Yai International Airport:
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.

Welcome to Phuket International Airport:
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.


Service is the important mission of airport operation business and its major factor AOT continually holds on is to create satisfaction to all passengers. Consequently, AOT has provided many major deciliters to accommodate airport users such as airport infrastructure, dictates for passengers both inside and outside the terminals, security and public transportation services, etc. Throughout the time, AOT has developed and upgraded all of its services to ensure of adequacy, convenience, rapidity and safety to meet the international standards This is because the AOT realizes that all of its airports are functioned as the ridges linking Thailand ‘ s economy with other nations and these airports also play their roles as the reception rooms in welcoming passengers across the world. These factors do enable the country to earn considerable incomes every year and also to create good impression to all visitors at their first steps to Thailand.

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

airports under responsibility: Don Muang, Phuket, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Chiang Rai and Suvarnabhumi, all of which accommodate both domestic and international . ights. With the opening of commercial operations on September 28, 2006, Suvarnabhumi Airport serves as the main airport replacing Don Muang International Airport, which was unable to accommodate the overwhelming air traffic growth. At an initial stage, Suvarnabhumi Airport has a capacity to

accommodate up to 45 million passengers and 3 million tons of cargo per year. Within a single hour, the airport can operate up to 76 Flights. AOT's main revenue derives from: (a) aeronautical revenue consisting of landing charge, parking charge, passenger service charge and aircraft service charge, and (b) non- aeronautical revenue consisting of concession revenue, of.ce and real property rents and service revenues. In the management of airport operations, AOT has to acquire external operators to provide some required ground

services for passengers as agreed under contracts with AOT. They are, for example, Thai Airways International Public Company Limited and Thai Airports Ground Services Company Limited. Operators of retail shops, warehouse facilities, limousines, parking services and other conveniences have to pay for concession fees, rent and service charges. Other non-contract tenants running services within AOT airports pay rent and service charges to the AOT. AOT Expertise in Airport

Operation Management The AOT management team has accumulated experiences and excellent expertise in airport operation management including airport development planning and airport improvement to meet required international standards and to be able to respond to various clients' needs. To enhance AOT's competitive edge in the international arena and to achieve the ambition to set Thailand as an aviation hub in Southeast Asia, AOT has developed the

following strategies: (A) Airport Development for Competitiveness The commencement of Suvarnabhumi Airport for full commercial operations on September 28, 2006 is a signi.cant strategy in increasing national competitiveness in the world arena. 'A Gateway to the Golden Land', Suvarnabhumi Airport is an aviation hub in Southeast Asia that attracts .ights from across the globe and leads the way to countries in South and Southeast Asia, linking regional economic development to the world economy. A state-of-the-art international airport, Suvarnabhumi is fully equipped with facilities and highly ef.cient modern technology as well as has international standard security measures. These services cater to airlines and passengers with total satisfaction. Initially, the airport can accommodate up to 45 million passengers per year. When the airport is developed to its full potential, it will be able to accommodate up to 100 million passengers per year. Mapping out the strategic plans during the .scal years 2006-2008 that aims to achieve a 1 out of 10 in the international world-ranking airports with the highest number of passengers as well as to upgrade airport service quality to the world-class level will enable Suvarnabhumi Airport to compete with other international airports. (B) Role of Airports in National Logistic System Development The opening of Suvarnabhumi Airport has signi.cantly contributed to the dynamism that drives forward the national logistic system. With a Free Zone cargo management, freight transportation and cargo management at Suvarnabhumi Airport will be quicker, more convenience and ef.ciency. As a result, it has boosted growth in cargo transportation through Suvarnabhumi, increasing Thailand's competitive potential in the air transport industry. For regional airports, AOT will swiftly develop strategies that support logistics and tourism while expanding .ight routing networks to cover all corners of the globe. AOT will establish Thailand as a logistic hub in air freight to GMS countries and those in South Asia. Meanwhile, Phuket and Chiang Mai International Airports will be developed to be the regional gateways of country.


The transportation now are importance, especialy by the ways that can short you time,The flight is the best ways and needed for all travelor's in the world, that i s be nescesserry to have the service provided, in each country there have the airport to get welcome for them travelor in varours countries, thailand also have the best one of international airports, not only the new one that is the bigest in southeast asia is Suvanabumi airport, in other city cover all area of thailand we also have to provided .


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