Business class flights to Bangkok
Why Visit Bangkok?
The capital of Thailand used to be one of the world’s busiest tourism destinations. At the end of 2016, it was declared the world’s busiest, beating out all competition from London to Paris to Dubai to Singapore.
There was a slight dip in numbers at the end of 2015 after Islamist terrorists bombed one of the most revered temples in the country, the Erawan shrine. However, the Thai government’s swift response has managed to reassure the country and the world that Thailand is a safe and exciting place to be.
Close to 33 million visitors visited the city taking in the wonderful vistas of golden Buddhist temples, gawking at the wares in the floating markets and night stalls, meandering through the throngs in the bar district and grimacing through thoroughly refreshing vigorous massages.
Airports in Bangkok
There are two airports in the city of Bangkok:
- Don Muang Airport (DMK);
- Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK).
The two airports are approximately 30 miles (48 kilometers) apart. A free shuttle service operates between the two.
Suvarnabhumi, which means 'Golden Land’, is the airport where most international flights, particularly those from the United States and Europe, land. About 120 airlines land and take off from here.
Besides ample private taxis and buses, BKK is also serviced by the custom-built Airport Rail Link (ARL) express commuter rail train. The 'Sky Lane’, an exclusive bicycle-only roadway runs along the perimeter without any traffic lights and intersections.
Don Muang is now used exclusively by budget airlines and regional carriers. Over 20 of them operate from DMK.
There are no direct flights between the US west coast and Bangkok. A number of airlines like Air Canada, Qatar Airways and Malaysia Airlines operate single-stop routes and the flight duration is close to an entire day.
The fastest option is the Thai Airways - Cathay Pacific collaboration that will take you from LAX in Los Angeles to Bangkok’s BKK in 18 hours and 30 minutes.
Cathay Pacific and Air China operate the quickest flights from the eastern U.S. seaboard to Bangkok – 19 hours and 50 minutes with one stop departing from New York’s JFK Airport.
Thai Airways is the best option if you want to discover the legendary hospitality of the Thai people and their wondrous food. From the first 'Sawadeekhap’ at the door to the hot pad-thai or crispy noodles served with a refreshing wine of your choice, it is the perfect entrée for your Bangkok jaunt.
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