Which countries have the best and worst airports?

The World Economic Forum (WEF) recently ranked countries on the best, worst and least friendly airports, and it seems Thailand has fallen to number two.

The airport is ranked fourth for worst in terms of overall health and safety.

Thailand’s government, which owns and operates the airports, has been pushing for the airport to get better, but it has struggled to make the change.

The WEF ranked Thailand at number three in terms the quality of the airport and the airport is in the top 10 in terms to the health and security of the public.

Thai airports have been under pressure for years due to a number of incidents involving people, including an attempted murder, an attempt on the life of a police officer and a plane crash in 2009.

In 2010, the country’s largest airport, Koh Samui International Airport, was the scene of a plane carrying Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra, who was assassinated, crashing into the side of the building.

It was a deadly crash that caused a massive fire, killing more than 50 people.

The airport has been plagued by delays, frequent cancellations and overcrowding in recent years.

A recent study by Bangkok’s Ministry of Transportation found that over 60 percent of Thai passengers said they were forced to change flights due to safety issues.

The WEFs report comes as the government announced plans to expand its fleet of airliners to more than 30,000 by 2025.

It has also been accused of corruption by the countrys former president, Prayuth Chan-ocha, who is now under investigation for possible corruption and money laundering.

The Bangkok airport was not a major destination for foreign tourists in recent months.

It is one of the main reasons why many travellers choose other airports.

According to the WEFs, the airport has received an average of 1,813 daily cancellations per year since 2014.

That’s a reduction of 11 percent compared to the same period last year.

The most recent year for which the airport was monitored by the WEF, was 2016, when the airport saw an average daily cancellation of 2,611.

Thais have been getting ready to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the Thai national anthem on May 5, 2019.

The government plans to hold a national day of celebration, known as the National Day of Airports, which will be held at the airport on May 8, 2019, according to the government’s website.

The next day, May 9, will see a series of celebrations and performances by the National Opera, the Royal Thai Navy and the Royal Police.

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