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{{newsitem|Another SAS strike possible|04 October 2006|The Swedish unions and SAS have made an agreement, however it only lasts until february 2007.But the Danish unions and SAS are still arguing. If both parts haven't come to an agreement until Tuesday 10/10, a strike will break out that will disturb especially the traffic on [[Copenhagen]] Kastrup, the largest(in terms of passenger-volume) airport in [[Northern Europe]].}}
 
{{newsitem|Another SAS strike possible|04 October 2006|The Swedish unions and SAS have made an agreement, however it only lasts until february 2007.But the Danish unions and SAS are still arguing. If both parts haven't come to an agreement until Tuesday 10/10, a strike will break out that will disturb especially the traffic on [[Copenhagen]] Kastrup, the largest(in terms of passenger-volume) airport in [[Northern Europe]].}}
  
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{{newsitem|All flights to new Bangkok airport|28 September 2006|Starting today, ''all flights'' to and from the [[Thailand|Thai]] capital [[Bangkok]] move to the new Suvarnabhumi Airport.  The first day was relatively smooth, but allow extra time and avoid check-in baggage if possible.  [http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/]}}
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{{newsitem|Carry-on limits relaxed|25 September 2006|The [[United States|US]] now allow toiletries (3 oz max), lip gloss and hand lotion, as well as bringing on board items bought at the airport.  while [[United Kingdom|UK]] airports allow standard-size cabin bags again.}}
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{{newsitem|Islamic holiday of Ramadan begins|23 September 2006|Muslims' annual month of fasting and prayer has begun. Travellers in Islamic countries should note the practice of fasting between sunrise and sunset, limited office hours and transportation jams towards the end of the month.}}
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{{newsitem|Coup in Thailand|19 September 2006|An army faction has staged a  coup in [[Thailand]]. No blood has been shed so far and most basic services continue to function, but banks and government offices are to remain closed on the 20th. Avoid demonstrations, military units and government buildings.}}
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{{newsitem|New Bangkok airport opens|15 Sep 2006|Starting today, Jetstar and ''some'' Thai domestic flights will move to [[Bangkok]]'s long-awaited new Suvarnabhumi Airport, which will take over ''all flights'' to and from the [[Thailand|Thai]] capital by Sept 28.  Expect chaos as operations settle in. [http://www.bangkokairportonline.com/]}}
  
 
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