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Pattaya business sectors are pushing the government to speed up with the U-tapao Airport project

The U-Tapao International Airport is still being built and the Pattaya Business and Tourism Association (PBTA) urged the incoming administration to prioritize speeding up this process. In order to accommodate both domestic and international travelers. In an interview with local media, Mr. Boonanan Pattanasin, president of the PBTA, expressed his desire for the new administration to hasten the full commercial operation of U-Tapao-Pattaya International Airport.

In order to ensure that it operates at maximum capacity to meet the rising transportation needs of both domestic and foreign tourists visiting Pattaya as well as the provinces of Rayong and Chanthaburi.

Regarding labor laws, Mr. Boonanan advised the new administration to concentrate on figuring out how to restock the workforce in the nation’s tourist-heavy provinces. This was done to address the growing labor shortage brought on by the COVID-19 epidemic. Many employees in the tourism industry who returned to their hometowns after the global pandemic began to ease have yet to start working again.

According to Mr. Boonanan, this has led to a labor scarcity, particularly for experienced professionals. The PBTA president asked the incoming administration to set up a compensation fund to especially support tourism workers in circumstances of future outbreaks in order to help firms who are struggling with the aforementioned problem.

Additionally, Mr. Boonanan suggested that the newly elected Members of the House of Representatives (MPs) visit troubled areas frequently to hear problems firsthand. In addition, he said, they ought to assist the national government in promptly correcting untrue reports that damage tourism.

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