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Long term plans include five runways flanking two main terminals, two satellite buildings and a domestic terminal will have a combined capacity capable of handling more than 150 million passengers and 6.4 million tonnes of cargo a year were settled clearly on the drawing board. The second phase of airport expansion which involves the construction of a satellite building south of the main terminal and a domestic terminal is expected to begin construction early 2012. The airport's passenger terminal is the world's largest passenger terminal ever constructed in one phase at 563,000 square metres ( 6,060,000 sq ft ), and is also currently the fourth biggest passenger terminal building in the world, after the Hong Kong International Airport ( 570,000 square metres or 6,100,000 square feet ), Beijing Capital International Airport ( 990,000 square metres or 10,700,000 square feet ), with the largest passenger terminal being at Dubai International Airport ( Terminal 3 is over 1,500,000 square metres or 16,000,000 square feet ).

The airport air-traffic control tower is the tallest in world history at 135 metres

( 443 ft ). Suvarnabhumi Airport has 72 jet bridges and 69 non-jet bridges. Additionally, flights are also able to park at remote locations on the ramp, from which airport buses transport passengers to and from the terminal. Suvarnabhumi Airport has 18 jet bridges and 6 non-jet bridges for Airbus 380–800.

Suvarnabhumi Airport Rail link into Bangkok now open.The Airport Link to Suvarnabhumi Airport will provide 2 Transit options: A Direct Express Train that will take 15 minutes from the City Air Terminal ( Makkasan ) train station. This service will connect to the city mass transit subway system. Passengers will have the opportunity of checking in their luggage at the City Air Terminal, before boarding the express train to Suvarnabhumi airport.The Commuter Train will make eight stops throughout the city, taking 30 minutes to travel the 28 kilometres (17 miles) to the airport and linking with both the Subway and Sky train systems in Bangkok.Subway Link:  Phetchaburi station for MRT

( subway ) Blue line.  Sky Train:. Phayathai Station for BTS Sukhumvit line.