Suvarnabhumi steps up baggage protection

Passenger complaints prompt improvements

Police and the management of Suvarnabhumi airport are stepping up measures to protect the luggage of passengers following complaints about luggage being damaged and possible dodgy handling of baggage.

The move comes after a female passenger identified as Montakan Tangsanga warned other passengers on Facebook not to put valuable items in checked-in luggage out of concerns about luggage theft.

Officials, however, insist Ms Montakan's luggage remained intact during the baggage-handling process at Suvarnabhumi airport.

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