Thailand airports are calling for tighter security and more stringent identity checks following the Thai Army’s takeover of the country Thursday. In addition to passports, passengers are being advised to carry national identity cards and allow extra time when traveling to Suvarnabhumi Airport. Airports of Thailand chairman Sita Divari, said, “Despite the coup d'etat, the operations of all AOT airports are continuing as usual.” On Thursday, Army chief Prayuth Chan-Ocha ...

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