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Bangkok’s second largest airport closed as floods hit the tarmac

Thailand announced a five-day holiday on Tuesday to allow people to escape floods closing in on Bangkok as a major airport was closed when floodwaters covered the tarmac. The government declared Oct. 27-31 a holiday in Bangkok and 20 provinces affected by the country’s worst flooding in 50 years as weekend high tides in the Gulf of Thailand could complicate efforts to divert water from the low-lying capital. ( और अधिक...

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preacher1 0
I believe I would had to have tried and move some of those Aircraft to somewhere
Troy Raiteri 0
Reminds me of the flooding of M01. I would at least get that A300 out of the water before it's......too late...
Ben Pittsley 0
By the looks of those aircraft, maybe they are hoping for insurance money ;)


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