Bangkok Airport - Netflix

Following British tourists checking in and out of the south-east Asian airport. The show follows employees and passengers at the airport as they come across issues that they face daily and other more bizarre cases.

Bangkok Airport - Netflix

Type: Documentary

Languages: English

Status: To Be Determined

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2015-01-22

Bangkok Airport - BTS Skytrain - Netflix

The Bangkok Mass Transit System, commonly known as the BTS or the Skytrain (Thai: รถไฟฟ้า RTGS: rot fai fa), is an elevated rapid transit system in Bangkok, Thailand. It is operated by Bangkok Mass Transit System PCL (BTSC) under a concession granted by the Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA). The system consists of 35 stations along two lines: the Sukhumvit Line running northwards and eastwards, terminating at Mo Chit and Samrong respectively, and the Silom Line which serves Silom and Sathon Roads, the central business district of Bangkok, terminating at National Stadium and Bang Wa. The lines interchange at Siam Station and have a combined route length of 38.7 kilometers (24.0 mi). The system is also known as the Elevated Train in Commemoration of HM the King's 6th Cycle Birthday (รถไฟฟ้าเฉลิมพระเกียรติ 6 รอบ พระชนมพรรษา). Besides the BTS, Bangkok's rapid transit system includes the underground and elevated MRT railway lines, and the elevated Suvarnabhumi Airport Link (SARL), serving several stations in the city before reaching the airport.

Bangkok Airport - 1st extension, Silom Line, south - Netflix

On 18 October 2005, with no approval from the central government forthcoming, Bangkok Metropolitan Administration (BMA) decided to fund and complete the 2.2 kilometers (1.4 mi) Silom Line route extension to Krung Thonburi Station (S07) and Wongwian Yai Station (S08). Construction began on 13 December 2005 with completion originally expected within two years. However, problems with the tendering and installation of a new Bombardier open signalling system repeatedly pushed back the schedule. The extension finally opening on 15 May 2009. However, the single platform Saphan Taksin Station (originally designed to be only a temporary station) which has only one track has caused repeated delays during rush hour. In 2012, the BMA announced plans to demolish Saphan Taksin Station in the future.

Bangkok Airport - References - Netflix

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