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Sihanoukville flies

Sihanoukville flies

Sihanoukville Airport reopened on January 13 after being closed since the early 1980s.

French-Malaysian firm Société Concessionnaire des Aeroports (SCA) began

renovating the airport in June 2006. PMT Air has begun flights to and from Siem Reap

for $70 one way. Deputy tourism minister Thong Khon said a $200 million investment

will extend the runway to accommodate jets by the end of 2007.

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