Flights to Bangkok
Flights to Bangkok from the UK
Which Bangkok airport do flights land in?
Flights to Bangkok from the UK most commonly land at Suvarnabhumi International Airport, 19 miles (30km) east of central Bangkok.
Are there direct flights between the UK and Bangkok?
There are direct flights to Bangkok from a number of airports in the UK.
How long is the flight from London to Bangkok?
The flight from London to Bangkok takes about 11 hours.
What is the time difference between London and Bangkok?
Bangkok is seven hours ahead of London time.
Which airlines fly to Bangkok from the UK?
Direct flights from London to Bangkok are serviced by British Airways, Eva Air, Thai Airways, FlyNiki, Vietnam Airways, Condor and Norwegian Airways.
Direct flights from London to Phuket are available from Thomson, Condor and FlyNiki.
Many more airlines fly indirectly from all over the Uk to Bangkok and Phuket such as KLM, Emirates, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas, AirFrance, Cathay Pacific, Lufthansa and Jet Airways.
Flights to Bangkok from the USA
Are there direct flights between the US and Bangkok?
There are no direct flights to Bangkok, but many indirect options are available.
How long is the flight from New York to Bangkok?
A flight from New York to Bangkok takes about 20 hours depending on the length of the layover.
What is the time difference between New York and Bangkok?
Bangkok is 12 hours ahead of New York time.
Which airlines fly to Bangkok from the US?
Although there are no direct flights to Thailand, many airlines have indirect cheap flights from the US to Thailand landing in Bangkok, Phuket and Chiang Mai.
Delta, United, British Airways, Continental, KLM, Emirates, Qatar, Lufthansa and many other airlines fly from all major airports in the US to destinations in Thailand, mostly landing in Bangkok and continuing to other local airports.
Airports in Bangkok
The airport is situated 19 miles (30km) east of Bangkok.
The airport is situated 15 miles (24km) north of Bangkok.