Srettha orders faster immigration, baggage claim at Suvarnabhumi

Srettha orders faster immigration, baggage claim at Suvarnabhumi
Srettha orders faster immigration, baggage claim at Suvarnabhumi
For passengers on Thai Airways International journeyTG635 from Taiwan, an information table displays “bag wait” at Suvarnabhumi aircraft. They received no additional details. ( Facebook photo: Kasemsant AEC )

On Monday, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin paid a surprise visit to the airport in Suvarnahabhumi and gave leaders instructions to expedite traveler baggage claim and immigration processes.

Pol Maj Gen Choengron Rimpadi, the captain of the Immigration Division 2, was present with the prime minister and was seen responding to his inquiries.

Mr. Srettha stated in a message on X, formerly Twitter, that travelers should n’t have to wait longer than 30 minutes to pass through immigration and should also have shorter wait times to pick up their luggage.

The IT system and its storage were additional issues that needed to be resolved and may possibly be included in the KPI (key efficiency index ) for all officials. He claimed that it had crashed many times.

His visit came before designed airport and aviation sector improvements across the nation, which were scheduled to begin in March. They include the building of a brand-new airport in Suvarnabhumi.

The plans were revealed by Mr. Srettha at a conference put on by TNN Channel 16 next month.

” I do n’t want to see reports that only show progress.” He wrote on Monday,” I want to see it with my own eyes. ( continues below )

At the Suvarnabhumi airports on Monday, Prime Minister Srettha Thavisin listens to Pol Maj Gen Choengron Rimpadi’s responses. ( Image: Government House )

A traveler thought back on his arrival at Thailand’s primary aircraft gateway on Sunday night as the prime minister gave orders to expedite the airport process, including baggage collection and nbsp.

Kasemsant Weerakun, an impartial scientific, was speaking on the Great Morning Asean program on Mcot television.

According to him, he and another people had to wait 90 moments to claim their luggage on Sunday night’s Thai Airways International tripTG635 from Taipei.

He said,” What disappointed me and other passengers was that there was no announcement by the airport informing customers of the reason for the delay and when they could hope to find their carriers.” ” All we could do was wait while we sat.”

On Sunday at 11.15 p.m., their journey departed Taipei at 8.20 and arrived at Suvarnabhumi.

During the Lunar New Year party starting later this week, Suvarnabhumi and another major airports anticipate a rise in travelers from China and the NBP.