An airport in Bangkok that was closed last year by the floods which hit the city has opened again.

An airport in Bangkok which was forced to shut last year after floods hit the city has opened its doors again.

The Don Muang Airport has allowed flights to land for the first time since the devastating floods hit the city late last year.

Located in the Thai city, the airport is considered the second airport after the main Suvarnabhumi International Airport and deals with both domestic and international flights.

Flights due to land at the larger terminal were forced to divert to the larger hub during the four months that the site was closed.

It is expected the airport will soon be back working to full capacity again and it is predicted to see around 1.4 million passengers over the coming year.

Bangkok is one of the most popular locations for travellers heading to Thailand and is home to an amazing array of attractions, from floating markets through to the magnificent Grand Palace.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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