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Wed 3 Dec 2008 04:35 PM

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Bangkok airport back to business

Bangkok airport back to business
Passengers walk down from a Thai Airways Boeing 747 on the tamac of the freed Suvarnabhumi International Airport after making the first arrival flight at the protest-hit airport in Bangkok on Dec. 3. Airlines gradually resumed international and domestic flights to and from the airport after protesters ended a blockade, with full operations expected on Dec. 4. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
Computers at the Thai Airways check in counters terminals are started up again after the demonstrators from the PAD ended their siege at Suvarnabhumi airport. A court dissolved Thailand's top three ruling parties for electoral fraud and banned the prime minister from politics for five years, thus brought down a government that has faced months of protests. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
A worker cleans the escalator after the demonstrators from the PAD ended their siege at Suvarnabhumi airport. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
Thai workers clean the floor at Suvarnabhumi airport. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
Passengers walk down from a Thai Airways Boeing 747 at Suvarnabhumi airport after making the first flight from the southern Thai town of Phuket. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
Passengers walk down from a Thai Airways Boeing 747 at Suvarnabhumi airport. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
Foreign travellers walk down from a Thai Airways Boeing 747 on the tamac of the Suvarnabhumi airport after making the first arrival flight at the protest-hit airport. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
Israeli passengers sing after they arrive on the first flight on a Thai Airways Boeing 747 at Suvarnabhumi airport. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
Passengers enter the airport after arriving on a Thai Airways Boeing 747 at Suvarnabhumi airport. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
Anti-government protesters wait for transportation next to their luggage as they prepare to leave Suvarnabhumi airport. (Getty Images)
Bangkok airport back to business
Demonstrators from the PAD with their luggage wave after ending their siege at Suvarnabhumi airport. (Getty Images)