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|Airport type||Public / Military|
|Operator||Department of Airports|
|Location||Pathio District, Chumphon, Thailand|
|Elevation AMSL||18 ft / 5 m|
Airlines and destinations
|Nok Air||Bangkok–Don Mueang||Domestic|
|Thai AirAsia||Bangkok–Don Mueang||Domestic|
In 2008 the airport reopened after nine years of closure. The airport now serves as a gateway to the islands of the Gulf of Thailand.
Airports of Thailand PCL (AOT) is budgeting 220 billion baht in 2018 for the creation of two new airports and the expansion of four existing airports owned by the Department of Airports. Chumphon Airport is one of the four slated for expansion and AOT management. AOT intends to build Chiang Mai 2 in Lamphun Province and Phuket Airport 2 in Phang Nga Province. The three other existing airports to be managed by AOT are Tak Airport, Sakon Nakhon Airport, and Udon Thani International Airport.
- Sritama, Suchat (29 July 2018). "Bursting the Tourism Bubble". Bangkok Post. Retrieved 4 August 2018.