Not the Nation, a satirical fake news website, this week published an article with the headline "Thai begins flights from Don Muang To Suvarnabhumi" explaining a new Thai Airways route to help foreigners who went to wrong airport by mistake. The joke being that the two airports are a mere cab ride apart. The article continues below:
Thai Airways today announced the launch of service between Bangkok’s Don Muang Airport and Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport. Beginning April 30, passengers can fly six times daily from one side of Bangkok to the other in under an hour.
“Last year alone we had over 10,000 passengers who went to the wrong airport by mistake, only to discover that they were in danger of missing their flight,” said a Thai spokesperson. “Now they can simply fly to the correct one and make an easy connecting flight through the transit lounge.”
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