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Flights to Thailand

The best price found from United States to Thailand is on March 6th, 2016, travelling with Norwegian. See more options, compare prices and book: search flights.

New York John F. Kennedy
from $351.00
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi

Getting around by air


In some cases – when travelling to neighbouring countries or to domestic destinations – it is still convenient to use a travel agent in Thailand. The amount of commission an agent will charge varies so shop around to gauge the discrepancy in prices. Paying by credit card generally offers purchasing protection, because most card issuers provide refunds if you can prove you didn’t get what you paid for. Agents who accept only cash should hand over the tickets straightaway and not tell you to ‘come back tomorrow’. After you’ve made a booking or paid your deposit, call the airline and confirm that the booking was made.

Air fares during the high season (December to March) can be expensive.


The following airlines fly to and from Bangkok and international destinations.


Bangkok is Thailand’s primary international and domestic gateway. There are also smaller airports throughout the country serving domestic and sometimes regional routes.

Suvarnabhumi International Airport Receives nearly all international flights and most domestic flights. It is located in Samut Prakan – 30km east of Bangkok and 110km from Pattaya. The airport name is pronounced sù·wan·ná·poom.

Don Muang Airport Bangkok’s second airport is used by Air Asia, Nok Air and Orient Thai (formerly One-Two-Go).

Phuket International Airport International destinations include Seoul, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore, Abu Dhabi, Chengdu, Shanghai and other Chinese cities. Direct charter flights from Europe are also available.

Chiang Mai International Airport International destinations include Kunming, Seoul, Hong Kong, Macau, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore.