Hi, i am putting together various flights around Thailand and Vietnam and on a couple of occasions i am getting two flights on the same day. Are there only two airports in Bangkok? So far all my flights are with Air Aisa that arrive in Bangkok so i assume these all land at the same Bangkok Airport terminal...is that correct?
With regards to allowing time between landing from an air aisa flight, unloading baggage and then re-checking in for the next flight, how long as a minimum do you think i should leave?
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport
check if that is the airport you are flying to and from
I know the airport and there is domestic and international level.
The signs are easy to read, I found it very easy to find my way.
Working for an airline myself and flying to BKK myself on the
3th of March this year with another flight to Vietnam that same day
I would strongly advice to get as much transfer/in between time as you can get
Your incoming flight might be delayed, your luggage might be delayed
the que's might be long and you surely do not want to stress out on the
start of your trip. . . .
And stretching your legs is nice after a long flight.
hope I could be of some help
enjoy your trip!
There is also a domestic-only airport, but all Air Asia and Thai International flights use Suvarnabhumi.
Thanks. My first flight from Chiang Mai will (if all goes on schedule) land at Bangkok at 09:30 with Air Aisa and then my second flight of the day out of Bangkok with Air Aisa leaves at 15:55. Therefore if everything was perfectly on time i will have nearly 6 1/2 hours between flights which should be ok if there are any delays. Obviously serious delays/cancelled flights and i could be in trouble but then i think these flights times are reasonable.
I think they have merge the 2 airport so now there is only one left.
Check it with the airlines.
All international flights leave from the new Suvarnabhumi airport, while domestic flights go through the old Don Mueng airport, which is a 40 minute taxi ride away. As Valdamir says, there are plans afoot to merge the two... But 6 and a half hours, you should be pretty safe (and can afford to be caught in the Bangkok rush hour traffic if it comes to that) - from my experience with AirAsia they are mostly reliable and on time...