Domestic flights - travel within Thailand
Thailand is a very easy country to travel around. An extensive network of road, rail, air and boat services means that you can easily get just about 'anywhere'.
Travel around in Thailand
Thailand Domestic Flights
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport ( BKK )
operates 24 hours a day. Domestic flights from
Bangkok take off
from early morning until late evening. Photo ID is required by all
Airport hotels for overnight accommodation. Only flights of Nok Air,
Orient Thai and Solar Air operate from Don Muang Airport Bangkok
Where to go in
Thailand - ideas about where to go when visiting Thailand -
Bangkok Airways -
Thai domestic and regional international flights with ATR 72 aircraft or
Solar Air Thailand Flights in Central and Northern Thailand plus Solar Air flights from Bangkok to Chumphon. Also offered flight + ferry service from Bangkok to Koh Tao via Chumphon. Solar Air flights operate from Bangkok Don Muang - DMK ( often called the old airport )
Thailand Budget Airlines
Nok Air- Domestic Thai budget airline operating Boeing 737 aircraft, also offers Nok Plus offering extra wide seats, extra legroom, extra baggage allowance etc. Normal free baggage allowance 15 kg
Thai Air Asia - Domestic and regional Thai budget airline operating flights with Boeing 737 aircraft. Normal free baggage allowance 15 kg. Air Asia has launched a special 100,000 free seats promotion on their flights to, from and within Thailand and Malaysia, also to and from Jakarta. Travelers only have to pay the taxes, fees, and any surcharges for these flights.
Orient Thai Airlines - Domestic low cost carrier providing in flight service and full 20 kg baggage allowance, operating mainly MD-80 aircraft
Main airports in addition to Bangkok are Chiang Mai, Phuket, Samui, Udon Thani, Khon Kaen, Ubon, Chiang Rai, Hat Yai, Krabi and Nakhon - check with airlines for details and information.
Flights from Northern to Southern Thailand: Thai has a once daily, and Air Asia twice daily flights non-stop from Chiang Mai to Phuket.
Thailand Bus Travel
Air conditioned Express buses
operate throughout Thailand providing access from cities and towns even
to small towns and locations. Bus travel is cheap but if you are on a
long journey consider budget airlines or trains. You can travel all the
way south to Trang area and travel to Satun to take the boat to stay at
Langkawi island Hotels
in Malaysia. Also see
Hotels and resorts.
Thailand Train Travel
Trains operate major routes to the
North and North east of Thailand and also on the southern route. The
train route south serves popular beach areas and stops along the coast
Hua Hin ,
Bang Saphan and also Chumphon and Surat Thani. From Chumphon ferries
operate to Koh Tao and also to Koh Phangan and from Surat Thani ferries
to Koh Samui.
Bang Saphan between Hua Hin and Chumphon.
Disclaimer see Main Page
- offered as is as a general guide only.
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Budget airlines and Thailand domestic flights. Thai Airways and other Thai airlines.