A fact I’m glad I didn’t know before I arrived in Thailand. Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport (à¸—à¹ˆà¸²à¸à¸²à¸à¸²à¸¨à¸¢à¸²à¸™à¸™à¸²à¸™à¸²à¸Šà¸²à¸•à¸´à¸à¸£à¸¸à¸‡à¹€à¸—à¸ž-à¸ªà¸¸à¸§à¸£à¸£à¸“à¸ à¸¹à¸¡) doesn’t have a Department of Civil Aviation airport safety certificate. Suvarnabhumi continues to operate because the requirement has yet to be adopted into Thai law.
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So you’re strapping on wings and taking off from the nearest hill to get home then? 😉
@Cassie ST: Well, true, I have no alternative. Still, a few issues with the tarmac is a hell of a lot better than a 3m section of the wing falling off and still remaining unclaimed.
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