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    Airport Link opens

    By david, Created on: 16/08/2010, Last updated on: 12/01/2016

    ยป The new airport rail link opens August 23 and Only three problems impede its linkup with the skytrain and the underground? Once these issues are sorted out, however, the benefits for Bangkok's tourism industry will be phenomenal? The airport link will be good for single travelers, but for 2 or more...

    • Baster_Hobnail commented : I read the same article and took things differently. I think the 15baht ticket is a flat rate for the first few months while they iron out any problems and maybe to encourage people to 'try it out'. The lowest fair on the BTS is 20 baht, but they do not charge 20 baht per station. Even if the journey is the same price as as a taxi, I would prefer the safety and speed of the train every time. The real issues are the lack of thought put into people moving luggage, but then these things will be dealt with as they are seen to be causing problems. Give it a year and it will be a good service. I just hope they tone down the advertising which blights the BTS.

    • modsquad commented : The Airport Link's City Line and Express Services will run every 15 minutes. Both services will operate from 6am to midnight The City Line will make eight stops across Bangkok starting from Phayathai before heading to the airport. Passengers wanting to connect with the BTS Skytrain must get off at the Phayathai stop, while the Makasan station is the connection for the MRT underground. Click on the link (below) to see a layout of the two lines. http://www.bangkokpost.com/news/transpo ... t-link-map

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