Flights to Bangkok - Fun, Frolic and Food
‘City of Angels’ and ‘Venice of the East’ are some of the names that the ever-energetic city of Bangkok has earned. The capital of Thailand, Bangkok will pamper you
with its luxurious hotels, abundant spas and delectable food. It is a city of contrasts, where you can find glittering malls and dynamic bars beside centuries-old
buildings. Whether you are on an exciting family vacation or a backpacker looking for a thrilling nightlife, the innumerable attractions in Bangkok will never cease to
amaze you. Popular places of interest are Grand Palace, Wat Arun, Wat Phra Kaew, Lumphini Park, Wat Saket, Erawan Shrine, Safari World, Vimanmek Mansion and many more.
The city is served by Suvarnabhumi Airport, which hosts flights from different countries across the globe. The best time to visit Bangkok is from October to March,
when the weather is relatively cooler.
How to reach Bangkok from major cities of India
New Delhi to
Bangkok: If you are planning your trip to Bangkok from New Delhi, you can choose between a number of domestic and international airlines that have flights
to Bangkok. Air India is the most popular airline carrier with
approximately 15 direct flights per week. It provides free meals in all the flights and some flights also offer in-seat audio/video facility.
Bangkok: The time taken to reach Bangkok from Mumbai is approximately 4 hours 30 minutes via a direct flight. However, for connecting flights, the time
could stretch to more than 10 hours, with stopovers at cities such as New Delhi, Ahmedabad, Colombo, Kuala Lumpur, etc. There are around 85 direct flights to Bangkok
every week. The most popular airlines are Jet Airways, Air India, Etihad
Airways, Emirates and Malaysia Airlines.
Bangkok: The flight distance between Bangkok and Kolkata is approximately 1600 km and the time taken to travel between the two cities is around 2 hours 30
minutes. In a week, there are about 30 direct flights to Bangkok. IndiGo,
Air India, SpiceJet and Jet Airways are some of the airlines that ply
between the cities. The lowest fare is around Rs. 5,359.
Bangkok: Chennai is located at a distance of around 2192 km from Bangkok. Flights are provided by several domestic and international airlines such as Air
India, Jet Airways, Etihad Airways, Mihin Lanka, SriLankan Airlines, Singapore Airlines and more.
Bangalore to Bangkok: Bangalore is well-connected to many international cities across the world, including Bangkok. Thai Airways and AirAsia each have
7 direct flights to Bangalore on a weekly basis. Other airlines such as Air India, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Jet Airways, Singapore Airlines, etc. provide flights with
stopovers at airports located in Kolkata, Colombo, Singapore, New Delhi, Mumbai, Kuala Lumpur, Doha etc.
How to reach Bangkok from major cities of the world
Being one of the most popular tourist destinations, Bangkok attracts people from almost every corner of the earth. Here is the flight information and details about how
to reach Bangkok from some of the world’s major cities.
London to Bangkok: London’s Heathrow Airport serves a number of international
airlines including British Airways, Etihad Airways, Jet Airways,
Emirates, Singapore Airlines, Turkish Airlines and many more. The average flight time for direct flights is around 11 hours 30 minutes. On an average, there are about
30 direct flights to Bangkok from London per week.
New York to Bangkok: The John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York has flights to Bangkok on a regular basis. American Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, Etihad Airways, Cathay Pacific are some of the popular airlines that serve this
airport. These airlines provide connecting flights with stopovers at Hong Kong, Seoul, Abu Dhabi, Guangzhou, Los Angeles, etc.
Paris to Bangkok: From Paris, you can reach Bangkok by traveling on any one of the large number of domestic and internationals airlines that serve the
airport. Some of the major airlines are Alitalia, Air France, Cathay Pacific, Jet Airways, Vietnam Airlines, Turkish Airlines, SriLankan Airlines, Lufthansa and many more. Air France provides the fastest one-stop
flight, with an average flight time of 12 hours 50 minutes.
Beijing to Bangkok: Beijing has one of the world’s busiest airports and it has about 30 direct flights every week to Bangkok, provided by China
Eastern Airlines, Thai Airways and Air China. The distance between the two
cities is approximately 3,300 km. and the average flight time is around 5 hours 20 minutes. Airlines such as AirAsia, China Southern Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, Air
Macau, Shanghai Airlines and Philippine Airlines also have flights to Bangkok, with stopovers at Kuala Lumpur, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Macau, Manila and many more.
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