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AIRLINES

Thai Airways

Flying is the most convenient mode of transportation for traveling to Thailand, as visitors can fly to Thailand on non-stop routes from many corners of the globe on both international and Thai airlines.

Furthermore, Thailand’s central location makes Thailand an ideal hub for exploring the rest of Asia. In addition to the primary international airport located in Bangkok, visitors from abroad can fly to Thailand on international flights destined for Chiang Mai, Phuket, Koh Samui, Krabi, and even Udon Thani and Hat Yai.

Domestic flights are also easy and convenient, cutting down on journey times and often costing less than travel by car or rail.

Charter flights to Thailand from Europe or Asia may arrange to land in Bangkok, Phuket, Chiang Mai, or Hua Hin.

As the major hub for air travel in and around Asia, a number of low cost airlines now serve Thailand for both domestic and international routes, and now flying to Thailand is both convenient and inexpensive.

Airlines that fly to Thailand

 

Flights to Thailand are provided by approximately 70 airlines that have licenses from the Thai government and abide by international standards, including Aeroflot, Air France, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Lufthansa, United Airlines, Swiss Air, and many others. Thai Airways, the Thai national air carrier, provides the most comprehensive global air service to and from Thailand and is one of the most esteemed airlines in the world.

Airlines that travel to Thailand depart from all around the world, including USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden, France, Italy, UAE, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan, China, Australia, and New Zealand. Flights to Thailand include both direct and transit flights. 

International airports in Thailand are situated in different areas of the kingdom. Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok serves as the landing port for numerous international flights. Some chartered and regional flights may land at one of the other international airports within Thailand, including Chiang Mai International Airport, Phuket International Airport, and Hat Yai International Airport.

Leaving From
Going To
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Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Bangkok, Thailand [ Direct ]
Air Asia
Indian Airlines
Lufthansa German Airlines
Malaysia Airlines
Thai Airways
Royal Brunei Airlines
Air India
Malindo Air
Lion Air

Phuket, Thailand [ Direct ]
Air Asia
Malaysia Airlines
Singapore Airlines
Thai Airways
Chiang Mai, Thailand [ Direct ]
Air Asia
Ko Samui, Thailand [ Direct ]
Firefly
Bangkok Airways
Krabi, Thailand [ Direct ]
Air Asia
Hua Hin Berjaya Air

Thailand Airports

 

Thailand has a number of airports that service both domestic and international air traffic, as well as many more that only serve domestic flights.  Domestic carriers, such as Thai Airways, and international carriers, including AirAsia, fly numerous domestic and international routes into and out of various Thai airports.  Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi (BKK) is the premier Thailand airport and serves as a hub for international transit passengers as well as a gateway to various Thai destinations. Phuket (HKT), Chiang Mai (CNX), Hat Yai (HDY), and Koh Samui (USM) are the other primary airports for international air travel into and out of Thailand.  For domestic flights to travel to smaller provincial capitals one must generally fly out of Bangkok or one of the other international airports listed above.

International Airports:

Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) serves as the primary international airport in Thailand for numerous international airlines, most with direct flights from abroad landing in the Thai capital. However, some chartered flights and international service from nearby Asian nations may land at one of the other, smaller international airports within Thailand, such as Phuket (HKT), Chiang Mai (CNX), Hat Yai (HDY), and Koh Samui (USM) International Airports.

Nonetheless, Suvarnabhumi Airport is Thailand’s premier international air travel gateway and links all aspects of air travel and ground transport. It also supports the country’s travel and tourism development, as befits its auspicious name, “Suvarnabhumi”, (Golden Land; pronounced “sue-wanna-poom”), which was bestowed upon it by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

Domestic Airports:

Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) serves as the primary international airport in Thailand for numerous international airlines, most with direct flights from abroad landing in the Thai capital. However, some chartered flights and international service from nearby Asian nations may land at one of the other, smaller international airports within Thailand, such as Phuket (HKT), Chiang Mai (CNX), Hat Yai (HDY), and Koh Samui (USM) International Airports.

Nonetheless, Suvarnabhumi Airport is Thailand’s premier international air travel gateway and links all aspects of air travel and ground transport. It also supports the country’s travel and tourism development, as befits its auspicious name, “Suvarnabhumi”, (Golden Land; pronounced “sue-wanna-poom”), which was bestowed upon it by His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej.

 

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