Airports of Thailand (AoT) urged authorities to allow it to hike the passenger service charge (PSC) at airports for the first time in six years.
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The state-owned firm, which runs the kingdom's six key airports including Suvarnabhumi, wants the long sought-after rise to be 800 baht, up from 700, for international passengers, and 150 baht, up from 100, for domestic travellers. The fee hike would take effect at the end of this year.
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