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Posted: 10 Mar 2010 | 6:00 am
Yet another set of delays has hit the launch of Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport Express Rail Link. Set to open next month officials have now announced that operations have been set back at least three months.
This most recent set back has been pinned on contractor Siemens who have yet to complete radio communications, surveillance cameras and stabilize the power supply.
This news come at a time with the Government continues to weigh in on the future of Don Mueang Airport back of Suvarnabhumi hitting capacity traffic. The decisions on the table rest whether to expand the existing gateway on a one airport policy to else split flights into the two.
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