“Suvarnabhumi” has completed the makeover of the parking building zone 2, ready to open for service on November 1, receiving more than 2,500 parking spaces.

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Suvarnabhumi Airport has opened a parking building zone 2 after the facility is closed for renovations. There are more than 2,500 parking spaces to support the opening of the country to receive tourists on November 1.

Mr. Kittipong Kittikachorn, Director of Suvarnabhumi Airport, Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) revealed that Suvarnabhumi Airport The Zone 2 car park building will be opened across the terminal building. There are more than 2,500 parking spaces starting from November 1, 2021 at 00:01 AM onwards, after being closed for renovations to increase efficiency in serving passengers and service users by adjusting all the floors, painting, marking lines, making light signs and various symbols. to be clear including renovating the bathroom To provide users with more convenience

In addition, it has accelerated the improvement of various facilities. Inside the airport to be ready to accommodate the number of passengers that will start to increase after the opening of the country to accept tourists without quarantine. From November 1, 2021, service users can park their cars at the car building zone 2, zone 3, parking lot. Zones 4 – 7 and long-term car parks, Zone A, include more than 7,500 parking spaces. For long-term car parks, Zone A, there will be internal circular cars running between the terminals and the car park every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day. hour

However, passengers, service users can ask for more information at Parking Building Operation Center Tel. 0 2132 9511 24 hours a day

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