Suvarnabhumi Airport, also known as Bangkok International Airport, is the busiest airport in Thailand and one of the most important airports in Asia. Bangkok is the main hub for Thai Airways. Onward connections head for regional airports throughout Thailand. Bangkok International is 25km from the centre of Bangkok. This is a modern airport with excellent train connections to the city centre and a wide choice of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants.
Fares to Bangkok are among the cheapest to Asia. The best deals are often found from Gatwick, Heathrow and Stansted. The best deals from outside London are frequently from Edinburgh. Flying from other UK airports can be considerably more expensive. The cheapest fares are often found with British Airways, KLM, Lufthansa, Brussels Airlines, Emirates, Norwegian and Turkish Airlines. Etihad frequently offer competitive prices from London Stansted. Most flights are indirect.
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Suvarnabhumi Airport Express trains connect the airport with Makkasan Station and Phaya Thai Station. Journey time is about 15 minutes. Tickets cost THB 90.
The slower Suvarnabhumi Airport City Line is cheaper. City transport trains head for Phaya Thai Station via Rajaprarop Station, Makkasan Station, Ramkhanhaeng Station, Hua Maak Station, Baan Tubchang Station and Lardkrabang Station. Journey time is 30 minutes.
A wide choice of public bus lines and mini bus transfer companies serve destinations throughout the city, including the Jatujak Bus Terminal. Tickets are available at the service counter of BorKhorSor.
Almost all flights are indirect.
Cheapest departure airports are often:
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