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Bangkok Airport name causes confusion

Suvarnabhumi Airport’s label never changes

According to Professor Thongthong Chandransu, Suvarnabhumi Airport’s nameplate has never been altered. after having been fastened on the Bang Sue Central Station sign.

History expert Special Professor Thongthong Chandransu posted a comment on their own Facebook page following Transport Minister Sak Siam Chidchob.

The Minister of Transportation stated that “changing the name of the sign” involved the case of altering the Bang Sue Central Station sign to Bangkok Apiwat Central Station, which cost more than 33 million baht. It has to do with custom. seeking good fortune rather than for their own wants, as The Nong Ngu Hao airport’s name was changed to Suvarnabhumi Airport, or many other government offices also function in this manner.

According to Special Professor Thongthong Chandransu, His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej Maha Bhumibol Adulyadej the Great Borommanatbophit named Suvarnabhumi Airport on September 29, 2000, replacing the original name of “Nong Ngu Hao Airport,” and he presided over the laying of the cornerstone for the airport’s passenger terminal on January 19, 2002, before it officially opened for business. On September 28, 2006, Thailand

Suvarnabhumi Airport Passenger Terminal, in my memory Nong Ngu Hao Airport’s name was never shown on a sign. set prior to The structure was given the royal name once it was finished. The structure has always been decorated with the words “Suvarnabhumi Airport.” Prior to the airport’s opening, Suvarnabhumi Airport was given its name six whole years earlier. The past piques my attention. and to watch all these occurrences in time Consequently, I want to share something with you. In the event that somebody wishes to assess if the situation is comparable to or dissimilar from the current news stories. will be utilized as data that can reflect

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