Airports of Bangkok - Thailand

from Bangkok by airplane to :

Kuala Lumpur
in 2 hours
Rangoon Phnom Penh
in 1 h 15 min
Ho Chi Minh
in 1 h 30 min
Hanoi
in 1 h 50 min
Colombo
in 3 h 15 min
Jakarta
in 3 h 30 min
Singapore
in 2 h 20 min
Taipei
in 3 h 40 min
Hong Kong
in 2 h 55 min
Delhi
in 4 h 5 min
Mumbai
in 4 h 15 min
Shanghai
in 4 h 15 min
Seoul
5 h 15 min
Tokyo
in 6 h 15 min
Copenhagen Milan Athens Melbourne
in 8 h 50 min
Sydney
in 9 hours
London
in 12 h 5 min
Paris
in 12 hours
Frankfurt
in 11 h 15 min
Amsterdam Rome
in 11 h 30 min

Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport

Departures - Arrivals - Airlines - Terminals - Location 

The airport is located 30km east of Bangkok. When the airport opened to traffic in september 2006, the fast train link to the city center would take a few more years to be finished.

Construction began on 9 November 2001 and was expected to be complete by December 2004. The new airport will be able to cope with 100 million passengers per year. It will have four runways. When the airport opened in september 2006, it only had 2 runways, but was said to be (nearly) the largest airport in the world, in ways like having the highest control tower (132 m).

Airlines: Thai Airways - Bangkok Airways - Orient Thai Airlines

 

Bangkok - Don Muang International (BKK)

Bangkok International Airport is located 25 kilometres north of the city of Bangkok.

The airport recieved 25 623 901 passengers in 1998. In september 2006 the traffic was diverted to the new airport.

airport authority in Thailand: airportthai.co.th

Bangkok


 

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