Thai Airways steps up security
PHUKET: Following the explosion aboard an aircraft that was due to carry Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, Thai Airways International (THAI) has announced that all passengers boarding its flights, whether international or domestic, will need to show ground staff proof of identity with their boarding pass. The new policy, which became effective on April 1, recognizes government-issued documents, such as passports, ID cards and driving licenses, as acceptable forms of ID.
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