AOT eyes higher revenues

By Administrator |

Airports of Thailand (AOT) has told local press that it is expecting that revenues will grow by 15% to Bht.17bn ($436m), up from Bht.14.8bn ($380m) last year.

AOT says that it is looking for increased contributions from concession fees, airport charges and rising passenger numbers.It is predicting a 6% increase in passenger numbers to 48m this year and a surge in demand following the recovery of its tourism infra structure following the tsunami.
At the same time, AOT is raising its landing and parking AOT manages the main international airports in the country of Bangkok Don Muang International Airport, Phuket, Chiang Mai and Hat Yai, although Don Muang?s future is unclear.
Bangkok?s new Suvarnabhumi Airport is due to open this June and AOT is still deciding what to do with the old airport when the new one opens.

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