Thailand's Cabinet on Tuesday approved the Transport Ministry's plan to allow some flights to operate from Bangkok's Don Muang international airport. The facility is expected to be ready to operate by March 25. Initially, only charter flights and domestic flights without connections to international flights will operate from the old airport, but after six months, an airport policy committee will evaluate the situation and consider moving some regional flights there. Foreign carriers have shown little interest in moving their international flights back to the old airport, citing potential confusion for passengers and the investment they made in relocating to Suvarnabhumi.