Airports Thailand

Transfere/Transit Procedures

Transfer from International to Domestic flight with a boarding pass

In case passengers traveling to “Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, Hat Yai, Samui or Krabi”, follow these steps:”

 

Passengers disembarkGo through Passport Control at the Immigration counters Undergo the Customs inspection to declare your belongings.Go through an x-ray scannerWait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, A or B.

Step 1 : Passengers disembark and look for the sign leading to transfer counters.

sign for transfer passengers
Follow the sign for passengers transferring to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, Hat Yai, Samui or Krabi.

sign for transfer passengers

Step 2 : Go through Passport Control at the Immigration counters at the Concourse building C on 2nd level.

 
the Passport Control counters

Step 3 : Undergo the Customs inspection to declare your belongings.


Customs inspection counters

Step 4 : Go through an x-ray scanner.


x-ray scanners

Step 5 : Wait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, A or B.


gate hold rooms for passengers to wait for boarding

 

TIPS

You can check your Concourse building on your boarding pass.

Transfer from International to Domestic flight without a boarding pass

In case passengers traveling to “Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, Hat Yai, Samui or Krabi”, follow these steps:”

 

Passengers disembarkContact the transfer counterGo through Passport Control at the Immigration countersUndergo the Customs inspection to declare your belongings.Go through an x-ray scanner.Wait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, A or B.

Step 1 : Passengers disembark and look for the sign leading to transfer counters.

sign for transfer passengers
Follow the sign for passengers transferring to Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, Hat Yai, Samui or Krabi.

sign for transfer passengers

Step 2 : Contact the transfer counter on 2nd level on the east side to obtain your boarding pass. See the map of 2nd level of the east Passenger Terminal building here

transfer counters

Step 3 : Go through Passport Control at the Immigration counters at the Concourse building C on 2nd level.

 
the Passport Control counters

Step 4 : Undergo the Customs inspection to declare your belongings.

Customs inspection counters

Step 5 : Go through an x-ray scanner.


x-ray scanners

Step 6 : Wait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, A or B.


gate hold rooms for passengers to wait for boarding

Transfer from International to International flight with a boarding pass

Passengers disembarkFollow the sign to transfer countersGo through an x-ray scanner Wait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, C, D, E, F or G.

 

Step 1 : Passengers disembark and look for the sign leading to transfer counters.

sign to transfer counters

Step 2 : Follow the sign to transfer counters to either the east or the west transfer counters.


sign to transfer counters (transfer from International to International)

 

TIPS

You can check whether your transfer counter is on the east or the west side from the airline of your connecting flight due to your flight. International Transfer Counter Information services are available all over.

 


flight board

 

Step 3 : Go through an x-ray scanner.

 
x-ray scanners

 

Step 4 : Wait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, C, D, E, F or G.


gate hold rooms for passengers to wait for boarding

 

TIPS

You can check your Concourse building on your boarding pass. Inside the Passenger Terminal building, restaurants, duty free stores and various shops are at your service.

 

 
shop and restaurant areas inside the Passenger Terminal building

 

Transfer from International to International flight without a boarding pass

Passengers disembarkFollow the sign to transfer countersGo through an x-ray scannerContact the transfer counterWait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, C, D, E, F or G.

 

Step 1 : Passengers disembark and look for the sign leading to transfer counters.

sign for transfer passengers

 

Step 2 : Follow the sign to transfer counters to either the east or the west transfer counters.


sign to transfer counters (transfer from International to International)

 

TIPS

You can check whether your transfer counter is on the east or the west side from the airline of your connecting flight due to your flight. International Transfer Counter Information services are available all over.

 


flight board

 

Step 3 : Go through an x-ray scanner.

 
x-ray scanners

 

Step 4 : Contact the transfer counter on either the east or the west side of 3rd level to obtain your boarding pass. See the map of 3rd level of the east Passenger Terminal building here See the map of 3rd level of the west Passenger Terminal building here


transfer counters

 

Step 5 : Wait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, C, D, E, F or G.

gate hold rooms for passengers to wait for boarding

Transfer from Domestic to International flight (C.I.Q)

In case passengers traveling from “Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Phuket, Hat Yai, Samui or Krabi”, follow these steps:”
Passengers disembark Follow the sign, International Transfer for C.I.Q. PassengersGo through an x-ray scannerWait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, C, D, E, F or G.

 

Step 1 : Passengers disembark and look for the sign leading to international transfer for C.I.Q passengers.

sign for C.I.Q passengers

 

Step 2 : Follow the sign, International Transfer for C.I.Q. Passengers, to proceed to C.I.Q. channel in the Concourse building B.


channel for C.I.Q passengers

Step 3 : Go through an x-ray scanner.

x-ray scanners

 

Step 4 : Wait for boarding at the gate hold room in the Concourse buildings, C, D, E, F or G.

gate hold rooms for passengers to wait for boarding

Don Mueang Airport (BKK)  

The airport was officially opened on March 27, 1914, although the field had been in use earlier. Commercial service to Don Muang began in 1924. The first commercial flight was an arrival by KLM.

On September 28, 2006 the airport was replaced by Suvarnabhumi Airport as the main Bangkok international airport. Don Muang airport re-opened on March 25th, 2007 for some domestic flights.

Airport Code
Don Muang IATA airport code is DMK and ICAO code is VTBD

 

 

Phuket International Airport     Phuket International Airport is the second busiest airport in Thailand. Millions of passengers each year visit Phuket to enjoy a wide range of tourist services, natural beauty of the world famous Phuket beaches and fascinating tourist attractions. http://www.phuketairportonline.com/    Phuket International Airport (HKT)

 

 

Ubon Ratchathani Airport  (IATA: UBP, ICAO: VTUU) is a commercial airport in Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand.

During the Vietnam War the facility was known as Ubon Royal Thai Air Force Base, serving as a front-line base of the United States Air Force. It subsequently became an international civilian airport, with direct flights to Vietnam. These flights proved unprofitable, and while the international signage is still in place, only domestic flights have operated for a number of years.

In 2008 there were up to six flights per day from Bangkok to Ubon Ratchathani, all then returning within the hour to Bangkok. Three were operated by Thai Airways, 2 by Air Asia, and 1 by Nok Air. Nok Air ceased their service in mid-2008, and Thai Airways and Air Asia each ceased one of their own flights, so that in January 2009 there are only 2 Thai Airways (early morning and evening) and 1 Air Asia flight (mid-morning) each day. Thai Airways expects to reintroduce their afternoon service in late-January 2009. Nok Air now (Aug 2010) has three flights from Bangkok to Ubon.

 

 

Udon Thani International Airport    Udon Thani International Airport (UTH) is located near the city of Udon Thani in Udon Thani Province in the northeast region of Thailand. It is approximately 280 miles (450 km) northeast of Bangkok and currently has domestic flights to Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang) and Chiang Mai. is located near northern border with Laos and is frequently used as a transit point to Vientiane, Laos via Nong Khai Friendship bridge. Vientiane, the capital of Laos, is about one and a half hours away across the Mekong river. 

Udon Thani Airport Guide

 

 

Chiang Mai International Airport     Chiang Mai Airport Guide (CNX)

Chiang Mai is a major gateway to Northern Thailand that is becoming an increasingly popular tourist destination and its international airport welcomes over 2 million visitors per year, receiving 130 flights a week from Bangkok as well as Singapore, China, Taiwan, Myanmar and Laos. The airport has a full range of facilities to offer to its visitors.

Located less than 10 minutes by taxi from the city center, Chiang Mai International Airport consists of a domestic and international terminals in a single building.

There are travel agent offices at the airport and customer service desks for Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines, Bangkok Airways, AirAsia,Nok Air, One-Two-Go and a number of other airlines. There are several exchange bureaus and ATMs in the terminal as well.

Chiang Mai Airport has several food outlets, including two coffee shops, a deli and a fast food outlet. There are also a number of shops selling silk, handicrafts, fresh produce and souvenirs

        http://www.chiangmaiairportonline.com/

Mae Fah Luang International Airport in Chiang Rai   (IATA: CEI, ICAO: VTCT) is located in the city of Chiang Rai in the northern Thailand.The airport is located about 8 kilometres from the city centre. Since 1998 it is managed by the Airports of Thailand Public Company Limited (AOT).

Access to the airport is available from an access road linking the airport with Phahonyothin Road, which leads to the city and towns further north.

he airport handles over 500,000 passengers, 3,900 flights and 2,700 tons of cargo every year. It consists of a passenger terminal, with both the international* and domestic arrivals and departures on the same level.

Although its name is Chiang Rai International Airport, and even though it has facilities for international flights, it is yet to service any international carriers – but it does handle immigration from THAI flights connecting from international cities (eg. Melbourne – Bangkok – Chiang Rai).        http://www.chiangraiairportonline.com/

 

 

Hat Yai International Airport   Hat Yai International Airport (HDY) : Songkhla Thailand    is the major southern hub airport in Hat Yai, Thailand. It is under management of Airports of Thailand, PCL. It is also an important gateway for Muslims on their annual pilgrimage to Mecca. Nowadays, more than 800,000 passengers, 9,500 flights and 12,000 tons of cargo are handled at this airport.     http://www.hatyaiairportonline.com/

 

 

Surat Thani Airport    Surat Thani Airport is located 21 km west of Surat Thani city, capital of Surat Thani province.     http://www.suratthaniairport.com/

 

 

U-Tapao International Airport-Pattaya    

is a joint civil–military public airport serving Rayong and Pattaya, cities in Thailand. It is approximately 90 miles (140 km) southeast of Bangkok, near Sattahip on the Gulf of Thailand. It is south of Rte 3 (Thanon Sukhumvit) at km189, about a 45-minute drive from Pattaya (Thailand’s most popular beach resort).

It also serves as the U-Tapao Royal Thai Navy Airfield, home of the Royal Thai Navy First Air Wing. U-Tapao is the home of a large Thai Airways maintenance facility, servicing that airline’s aircraft as well as those of other customers. During the Vietnam War U-Tapao was a military base for United States Air Force B-52 Stratofortress bombers, known as “Bi-hasip-sawng” to the local people[citation needed]. U-Tapao was a front-line base along with the other US bases at Korat, Udon, Ubon, Nakhon Phanom, and Takhli. The USAF B-52s made regular sorties over Thailand’s eastern neighbors, especially North Vietnam, carrying an average of 108 500- and 750-pound bombs per mission. Entertainer Bob Hope used to visit the base every year between 1964 and 1972 with his USO Christmas show.[5]

U-Tapao Airport is situated in the town of Sattahip, about 45 minutes from Pattaya and around 160 km from Bangkok Airport. However, if you are flying into Thailand it makes more economical sense to fly into Bangkok and then take a bus or taxi service to Pattaya which takes around an hour and a half, not a lot longer than travelling from U-Tapao airport to Pattaya. There are also minibuses that go directly from Bangkok Airport to Pattaya at 09.00, 12.00 and 19.00 hours daily. For further information contact Bangkok International Airport (+66 (0) 2535 1111).

 

 

Khon Kaen Airport   

Khon Kaen’s airport was raised to international standards in 2005 with the opening of a new terminal. Thai Airways has 3 daily flights to/from Bangkok that takes approx 55 minutes.

When you land at the airport you can buy a 50 baht ticket for the Airport Limo that will take you to whichever hotel you are staying at in Khon Kaen City. Purchase your ticket before you claim your baggage. When you leave Khon Kaen you can buy a 150 baht ticket to the airport. You will be picked up from most hotels and resorts in the city. There is a Hotel Limo service to and from the airport that leave from these hotels: Charoen Thani Princess Hotel, Kosa Hotel and the Hotel Sofitel.

Khon Kaen is the business center of Northeastern Thailand, a modern city that manages to hang onto long-established customs and traditions. In town you will still see water buffalo moving amongst the traffic and locals going about their daily life with mobiles pressed to their ears, mingling with orange-robed Buddhist monks. If you are interested in experiencing a part of local life, customs and traditions and meeting local people, then give Isaan a try.

 

Samui Airport   Welcome to Samui Airport. There are many airports in picturesque exotic locations around the world, but Samui airport holds the crown as the most beautiful and the best designed in tune with its gorgeous natural surroundings. Samui Airport is privately owned and operated by Bangkok Airways. Most flights from the island are operated by Bangkok Airways. Thai Airways international began flights to Samui in February 2008.     Samui Airport Guide | Koh Samui

For more information on Samui Airport

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Krabi Airport    is a gateway to Thai beach resorts on Had Yao, Ao Nang, Rai Leh and Koh Lanta. Thai Airways operates daily direct flights from Bangkok, Air Asia from Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur. Tiger Airways flies direct to/from Singapore and Darwin. Krabi Airport is conveniently located on the main highway – Route 4. New international terminal has been officially opened in 2006. The new terminal and runway facilities were developed during the years 2003 – 2005 with a budget of 743 million baht under the Department of Aviation. The new 4 storey terminal can accommodate 600 arrivals and 600 departing passengers while the new runway extended to 3,000 metres.    Krabi Airport Guide

 

 

Sukhothai Airport      Sukhothai Airport THS

Bangkok Airways operate flights to/from Bangkok to Sukhothai daily, the journey takes an hour and 20 minutes.

Sukhothai Airport is about 40 kilometers north of the town.

 

some more resources:   Domestic Flights Thailand  We show the schedules of the internal routes for all Thailand flights all on one page so you can easily compare times and airfares to get the best flight.

 To book a Hotel thru Booking.com

We Will Be updating Thailand Transportation pages Info  adding more photos etc soon

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