With Bangkok being one of the major hubs in Asia, dozens of airlines are flying from a number of airports across Europe to Thailand, so getting there is incredibly easy and airfares are reasonable. For those wanting to avoid long stopovers, Thai Airways and British Airways fly directly from London in just 12 hours. Other recommended airlines are Emirates, Qatar Airways, Air France and Etihad.
If you want to avoid Bangkok, Thailand has a lot of other international airports as well, the most popular ones for visitors being Phuket, Chiang Mai and Koh Samui.
We are a fully ATOL bonded tour operator and will be happy to arrange your international flights for you, but many of our customers choose to arrange their own directly, and that is completely fine with us. We do not include flight prices in our online itineraries and quotes because they fluctuate and vary so much.
One piece of advice when booking your flights: there are two international airports in Bangkok – Suvarnabhumi (BKK) and Don Mueang (DMK). If you don’t wish to stopover in Bangkok, make sure you land and depart from the same airport as travel time in between these two airports can be up to one hour. If you are unsure about flight options don’t hesitate to get in touch.