I'm due to fly there in 4 weeks. I'm wondering how long this can last? But I guess there's no way to tell.
I have to pay for my ticket by Sept 22. After reading the most recent post (online... a few hours a go) from a newspaper there, I'm wondering if I should take out Insurance on my ticket in case I have to cancel. Dam! I don't usually bother with insurance because I never plan on cancelling any flights. I wonder what the airline's (Japan Airways) take on that would be without Insurance?
YIKES! *Any suggestions or experience with this that you could share would be great, right now.
This is the most recent post from a newspaper in Bangkok...
BANGKOK -- Thailand's besieged government is struggling to defuse a political crisis after waves of anti government protests spread beyond the country's capital, forcing closures of several regional airports and disrupting rail services.
The escalating political confrontation threatens to destabilize the popularly elected government of Thai Prime Minister Samak Sundaravej and could begin to undermine the country's economy, especially the vital tourism sector, which is vulnerable to any prolonged disruption of air travel.
On Sunday, Mr. Samak insisted he wouldn't resign, despite five days of demonstrations in which right-wing protesters seized the government's headquarters as part of their campaign to revamp ...