Airports of Thailand PCL
AOT office building in Bangkok.
|Traded as||SET: AOT|
|Founded||1 July 1979|
|Headquarters||333 Cherdwutagard Road, Srikan, Don Mueang, Bangkok, Thailand|
|Products||Airport operations and services|
|Revenue||56.74 billion baht (FY2017)|
|20.68 billion baht (FY2017)|
|Total assets||178.40 billion baht (FY2017)|
Number of employees
|Parent||Ministry of Finance|
Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT) (Thai: บริษัท ท่าอากาศยานไทย จำกัด (มหาชน)) is a Thai public company. It manages six of Thailand's international airports. In 2018, it become the most-valuable airport operator in the world.
AOT was established on 20 September 2002, as a result of the privatisation of the state-owned Airports Authority of Thailand (AAT). At that time, the company was worth 14,285,700,000 baht. The Thai government held, and still holds, 70 percent of the company's stock.:41 During fiscal year 2014 AOT's average daily market capitalization was 282,321 million baht.:4
In English, the long-form of the company's name is "Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited", but its short-form logo is "Airports of Thailand PLC".
|Name||Region||2017 Statistics||2016 Statistics|
|1||Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)||Central||60,860,704||350,508||55,892,428||336,345|
|2||Don Mueang International Airport (DMK)||Central||38,299,757||256,760||35,203,757||244,296|
|3||Phuket International Airport (HKT)||Southern||16,855,637||106,093||15,107,185||97,813|
|4||Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX)||Northern||10,230,070||71,993||9,446,320||69,202|
|5||Hat Yai International Airport (HDY)||Southern||4,367,364||30,067||4,002,487||28,097|
|6||Mae Fah Luang–Chiang Rai International Airport (CEI)||Northern||2,503,375||17,661||2,038,389||14,432|
Thailand's six AOT airports saw growth in passenger traffic of 21.3 percent in 2015, setting a new record of just under 110 million passengers. Aircraft movements—take-offs and landings—grew in tandem by 16.6 percent from the previous year to 727,750. The growth is expected to continue through 2016 with AOT projecting an 11 percent increase in combined passenger throughput. Air freight moved through the airports remained largely stagnant in 2015, with a marginal 0.63 percent increase to 1.38 million tonnes, reflecting sluggish global trade.
- Companies/Securities in Focus: AOT The Stock Exchange of Thailand
- "Companies/Securities in Focus; AOT: AIRPORTS OF THAILAND PUBLIC COMPANY LIMITED". SET. Stock Exchange of Thailand. Retrieved 31 December 2016.
- "Annual Report 2015 Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited" (PDF). AOT PLC. Airports of Thailand PLC. Retrieved 23 Jan 2016.
- "World's Most-Valuable Airport Operator Is Now in Thailand". Bloomberg. Retrieved 5 Jan 2018.
- "Airports of Thailand PLC for the Fiscal Year 2015 (Oct 2014–Sep 2015)" (PDF). AOT Investor Relations Center. Airports of Thailand PLC. Retrieved 16 Feb 2015.
- AOT Air Traffic Calendar Year 2017 (Jan-Dec 2017) Airports of Thailand
- Kositchotethana, Boonsong (2016-02-01). "AoT airports set new record in passenger traffic". Bangkok Post. Retrieved 1 February 2016.
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