Ombudsman to revisit airports following complaints of high food and drink prices

PUBLISHED ON SAT, JAN 13, 2018 6:48 AM

Ombudsman to revisit airports following complaints of high food and drink prices

 

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The Office of Ombudsman will revisit Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi international airports to follow up on the Airports of Thailand’s (AOT) response to passengers’ complaint of high food and drink prices have ground.

 

The ombudsman will be accompanying by officials from the Ministry of Commerce and the Office of the Consumers Protection.

 

Acting chief ombudsman Gen Viddhavat Rajatanun said the ombudsman had received complaints about the expensive food and drink prices at the airports since 2016 and had visited the two airports to see if the complaints had ground.

 

Full story: http://englishnews.thaipbs.or.th/ombudsman-revisit-airports-following-complaints-high-food-drink-prices/

 

 
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