Friday, August 1, 2014
According to news reports, travelers flying into Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport will soon have less to be crabby about when queuing up for taxis upon arrival. Within the next few weeks, new kiosks will be installed along with a "state-of-the-art" computerized system. This will replace the antiquated method of airport staff manually writing down passengers' destinations on slips of paper. It should dramatically improve the airport taxi service so that travelers won't have to wait in seemingly endless lines for taxis after long flights. Let's hope that they will also train the staff working in those kiosks to be more efficient and that they'll find a way to keep unscrupulous taxi drivers in check.
Posted by Dale at 12:41 AM