Bangkok Affected by Flooding; Airport Shuts Down

Flooding is already affecting Bangkok — and the worst is yet to come, according to Suhumbhand Paribatra, Bangkok Governor.

Your travel plans might be affected in the immediate future if one of your destinations includes Bangkok, as flooding forced the closure of Don Muang Airport, the second-largest airport serving Bangkok primarily used for domestic flights.
Suvarnabhumi Airport, the main international airport serving Bangkok, is still unaffected by the floods at the time this was posted.
Up to 1.5 meters, or five feet, of water is expected due to recent rains, especially in low-lying areas.
Greater than 365 people have lost their lives during the last three months in the worst flooding seen in Thailand in approximately 60 years.
As proven by the following discussions — some of which are constantly being updated with new information — FlyerTalk members have been — and will be — affected by this flooding of historical proportions:

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