Don Mueang International Airport, which caters primarily to low-cost airlines, will undergo repair works to cope with the increasing number of travellers.
That have been using the airport which are well above expected levels.
The director of the airport Suthiraway Suwanwat said that they are currently in the process of surveying what work needs to be carried out in order to provide an estimate to be submitted to next year’s budget before the works can go ahead.
Suthiraway said that they expect a total of 38 million travellers to use the airport before the end of the year which is 6 million more than they initially expected.
The survey comes after the airport received media attention back in August after passengers were left waiting for up to four hours to be processed by the immigration department.
Where complaints about queues online frequently state that people have had to wait for over an hour to clear boarder control.
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