8th Nov 2022
During the APEC Summit in Bangkok this month, parking at Suvarnabhumi Airport will be free for one week, from November 15 to November 21.
Passengers and service users will be allowed to park for free for a total of seven days in Long Term Parking Zone C. This lot can accommodate 718 automobiles.
Bangkok, Nonthaburi, and Samut Prakan will enjoy a special public holiday from November 16 to 18 due to the large convention. This will increase airport traffic above normal levels.
A free shuttle bus will operate between long-term parking zone C and the terminal every 15 minutes, 24 hours a day, for the convenience of travellers.
During this period, travellers on foreign flights are required to arrive at Suvarnabhumi Airport three hours before to departure. Domestic passengers must be at the airport two hours prior to their trip.
For additional information regarding free parking, contact the parking lot's operations office at 021329511 or Airports of Thailand at 1722. Both lines are accessible at all times.
Bangkok will block a portion of Ratchadaphisek Road from November 14 to November 18 for five days. Between Asoke Intersection and Ratchada-Khlong Toei Intersection, the road will be closed so that people attending the APEC Summit can get to the Queen Sirikit National Convention Center.
The "APEC 2022 Route Pass" may be obtained online by any motorist who wishes to utilise the route during this time period.
On the application form, applicants are questioned about their car and the building they require access to.
Chinese President Xi Jinping, French President Emmanuel Macron, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen, and Russian President Vladimir Putin are likely to attend the APEC Summit.