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Post by bignote1 » January 7, 2015, 4:05 am

In the EU ......in the event of a cancellation, the passenger is entitled, among other things, to cash compensation of Euros 250/400/600 for flights type 1, 2 and 3.
Flight 1----A flight of less than 1500km in distance.
Flight 2----A flight within the EU between 1500 and 3500km
Flight 3----A flight not within the EU of greater than 3500km.
Are there no rules in Thailand regarding passenger compensation in LOS?

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Post by rjj04 » January 7, 2015, 6:47 am

Then again I would not want the compensation set so high as so the airline is pushing to fly in very bad weather conditions, or when the airplane has a red-X maintenance condition, or heaven forbid the pilot is still drunk from the night before :lol:

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Post by weasel » January 7, 2015, 12:33 pm

I just got given 1200 baht by Bangkok airways for bringing forward my UD to Bangers flight about 2 hours and they sent SMS, email and called to advise and explain. Excellent service weasel

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Post by parrot » February 6, 2015, 2:26 pm

The numbers continue to grow for Udon! I suspect a good percentage of those numbers are locals traveling back and forth to Bangkok via air instead of bus/van/car. But in any case......that's a lot of passenger traffic compared to a few years ago.
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Post by pomps » March 29, 2015, 12:06 pm

When Kan airlines starts the routes then should help a tad \:D/
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Post by parrot » May 12, 2015, 2:11 am

The numbers continue to grow.
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Post by rick » August 14, 2015, 9:12 pm

Was at the airport yesterday and parking is now a real problem. Nearly every parking bay had vehicles double parked and i wonder how many left their brakes off .... Also wheel clamping is now in use. Extra parking is sorely needed. I remember 5 years ago you could pull into any section and pick your space.

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Post by 747man » August 14, 2015, 9:28 pm

rick wrote:Was at the airport yesterday and parking is now a real problem. Nearly every parking bay had vehicles double parked and i wonder how many left their brakes off .... Also wheel clamping is now in use. Extra parking is sorely needed. I remember 5 years ago you could pull into any section and pick your space.
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Post by wazza » August 14, 2015, 11:33 pm

Privatise the car parking, WOW what a good idea. Keep the pigs out of the trough with government decisions.

Multi Storey parking would be built within a year and 50 baht for first hour and stagger the prices upwards etc.....

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Post by Brian Davis » August 15, 2015, 5:06 am

I thought the system at the end parking section, near arrivals, appeared to work ok? Seems one hour limit on parking, after which a fine is in operation. Who is running it, whether it's handled properly if you get near the hour mark, I'm not sure ( no ticket seemingly given on your time of arrival) but I've had no hassles having used it a couple of times - and the system creates some empty spaces. Ok if you're just dropping off/collecting passengers, just watch the time.

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Post by pomps » August 25, 2015, 4:02 am

Came back Udonsville Thai airways in the afternoon,there were two Lion airplanes already there :-k Parking was horrendous,felt sorry if anybody had properly parked there,the double parking of the cars would have made it impossible to shunt them all out of the way to get out :shock:
Airport authorities should physically check at nightime.10pm preferably as that is the timing for last flight out of Udon and check how many cars are using the carpark as longstay 8)

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Post by wazza » August 25, 2015, 4:22 am

Parking inspectors already out with the giks.

Bring on wheel bracing. Only take a day to get the word around.

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Post by 747man » August 25, 2015, 11:25 am

pomps wrote:Came back Udonsville Thai airways in the afternoon,there were two Lion airplanes already there :-k Parking was horrendous,felt sorry if anybody had properly parked there,the double parking of the cars would have made it impossible to shunt them all out of the way to get out :shock:
Airport authorities should physically check at nightime.10pm preferably as that is the timing for last flight out of Udon and check how many cars are using the carpark as longstay 8)
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Post by papafarang » August 25, 2015, 11:30 am

I don't get it, huge car park, should be fine for parking, long stay parking charges should be enforced, Heathrow parking
short stay 15 quid for 20 mins, long stay 235 quid for 16 days
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Post by Lone Star » August 25, 2015, 4:07 pm

People just park their cars and fly off and leave the car. I've been there twice in the last month. Once just dropped off. Last time parked past all those restaurants at the end of the drive past the main terminal.

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