According to Közlekédő Tömeg, it had not received a specific draft timetable either then or since BKK held an “informal consultation” on the flight reduction at the end of October.

The rift between Bangkok and the commuting public seems to be escalating. On Thursday, Bangkok International Airport acknowledged information written by the previous day that, the following day, many of its popular flights were operating less frequently.

BKK wrote in its announcement that the improvement of the schedule was preceded by consultations last year, and BKK presented the draft to the traveling public, among others. He pointed out in this regard that “the concerned parties basically agree with the content of the draft and its justifications.”

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Civilians reacted to the PKK statement on Saturday. As they wrote, it did not correspond to the reality in which they were presented with any draft docket in the case, so by definition, they also did not agree with its content and justification.

In response to's inquiry, BKK stated that the discussions took place on October 26 at the BKK building, and Marton Spohn, Vice President of the Association, participated in the meeting on behalf of Közlekédő Tömeg Egyesület.

Since the two statements contradict each other, we contacted Köleketö Töme again to find out if Spohn actually participated in the meeting, or if not, if there was another representative of the organization at the meeting on 26 October.

As it turned out, Martin Spohn actually participated in the consultation. According to Közlekédő Tömeg, in the informal consultation referred to by the BKK, there was general talk about the possibility of rearranging the mileage requested by the BKK, but no specific draft timetable was presented at that time either – as they wrote, this would not have been realistic before. 3 months of schedule change – either they didn't get it later.

According to Ciflik, the association's vice president, regarding the performance redistribution ideas presented in general, pointed out exactly the fundamental concerns at the meeting, which BKK had ignored while reducing the timeline:

  • “They did not deal with the fragmentation of the relationship network, the disruption of control and communications,
  • Passengers were not properly informed, instead of departures based on minutes, meaningless tracking periods were indicated in timetable notices,
  • The performance was not repackaged for development or congestion management, but simply withdrawn with the empty promise that it might one day improve.
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– the organization wrote in the letter sent to our editorial office.

“After all this, we also learned a few days before the schedule change that there were only flight reductions, not parallel schedule improvements – also only from the published Bangkok schedules, and not from the information they provided to our association.”

– Adds the Travel Mass.

The organization confirms that it is, of course, open to targeted professional consultations in the future, but this did not happen in this matter.