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    curfew, am I allowed to drive?



    I have to pick up my husband at the airport.
    I live in the nordeast.
    I will have to drive from 01.00 in the morning till 4.00 in the morning because his airplane lands at 4.45.
    Am I allowed to drive on the highway at night so that I can pick up my husband?
    Do I have to go to the police station to ask for permission or a document?
    Do I have to go to the Tourist Police?

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    They have said that people are allowed to travel too and from the airport .
    But they have said that you will have to show your flight ticket .
    Now the curfew is from midnight to 4 AM , why not drive to the airport before the curfew, leaving at 9 PM or leave your house at 4 AM and let your Husband wait a few hours at the Airport?

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    Thank you for the info.
    I will ask if he sent me a copy of his airplane ticket

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    why he wants you to drive to BKK is unbelievable go to nearest airport get plane and meet him in BKK airport

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    I have to drive from Nakorn Ratchasima to Suvanabum airport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Yasojack
    why he wants you to drive to BKK is unbelievable go to nearest airport get plane and meet him in BKK airpor
    Swmapy or DM are the nearest airports to NR, unless he has a Cessna and can fly himself.

    OP - Arrive at the airport at midnight, and then pick hubby up, and drive back. Make sure he has his ticket with him, and just in case, have a small collection of 100 baht notes to distribute.
    Originally Posted by bsnub "No wonder I drive a tesla"

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    right ok so Happy air have stopped flights to korat now then?

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    This was covered somewhere else but ...

    The National Peace and Order Maintenance Council has issued a curfew order from 22:00 to 05:00 (now 24:00 to 4:00)

    22 May 2014
    The National Peace and Order Maintenance Council has issued a curfew order from 22:00 to 05:00, in effect from the 22nd May 2014 until further notice. However, Suvarnabhumi Airport remains operational as normal and departure passengers who have to travel to the airport during curfew hours must show his/her passport and ticket at road check-points; and please prepare additional travel time to ensure that you do not miss your flight. Arrival passengers and airport officials wishing to travel into Bangkok during these hours must show his/her passport or airport identification card at check-points.

    All pick-up and drop-off vehicles must obtain a document from the Suvarnabhumi Airport Information Counters, located at Entrance 3 and 5 of the Departure Hall (4th Floor) or Entrance 3 of the Arrival Hall (2nd Floor) to verify that you have visited the airport during curfew hours. For any passengers who cannot find a mean of transport out of Suvarnabhumi Airport during curfew hours, may use the facilities available at CIP Lounges 1-4, located on the 3rd floor of the Passenger Terminal.

    Nevertheless, the Shuttle Bus service between Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang International Airport is operating as usual. For further information, please call AOT Contact Center 1722 (24-hours).
    His plane lands at 4:45 so he won't be out of the airport until 5:45. I would leave home at 3.45 ( or 4:00) if you must, drive to the airport and he can wait a few minutes longer.

    Or arrive at the airport before midnight and you can wait 5 hrs.
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    This is not news end of , you may delete this post all bloody night long mods , won't change the FACT that this is not news .

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    Mods are on a deleting session of only some posters at present

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mid
    This is not news end of , you may delete this post all bloody night long mods , won't change the FACT that this is not news .
    Isn't repeating deleted posts a jailable offense?

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    well everyone else is getting jailed in Thailand

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    curfew, am I allowed to... 29-05-2014 06:01 PM Mid you'd like that wouldn't you , bet you still are the hall monitor

    Oh, the irony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by importford View Post
    I have to drive from Nakorn Ratchasima to Suvanabum airport.

    Tell him to get a bus from the airport bus station and meet him in NR

    Making you drive to pick him up is selfish and irresponsible

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