Airlines Serving Suvarnabhumi Airport, Bangkok
Bangkok is a major hub and is serviced by all major international carriers, as well as many regional airlines.
If coming to Bangkok from elsewhere in the region, then you may be better off using one of the regional carriers listed below.
- Bangkok Airways
- Thailand's second carrier is almost solely responsible for developing special destinations such as Samui and Sukhothai. Their now extensive network covers several countries and many of the major world heritage destinations of Southeast Asia. They have some limited e-ticket capability.
- Malaysia Air System
- The national carrier flies internationally between Kuala Lumpur and major cities around the world. MAS is also the largest domestic air carrier in Malaysia.
- Singapore Airlines
- Singpore's flag carrier is one of the region's most highly regarded airlines.
- Silk Air
- This regional subsidiary of Singapore Airlines flies between to destinations such as Yangon, Bangkok, Chiang Mai, Phuket and many cities in Indonesia.
- Thai Airways
- The national flag carrier of Thailand flies to almost all major tourist destinations. Their web site allows you to view schedules, seat availability, book and pay online for paperless travel.
Regional Budget Airlines
A number of regional budget airlines have grown up over the last five years or so. A number are based in the central regional hub of Singapore, while Thailand also has a fair number of carriers. When considering the use of budget airlines, be sure to read our budget airline tips. Also note that many of Thailand's budget carriers now fly out of the old Don Muang airport.
- Jet Star Asia
- One of Singapore's own home grown budget carriers. We've actually found flying with Jet Star to be a rather pleasant experience.
- Tiger Airways
- Probably the largest of Singapore's budget carriers. Destinations include Chiang Mai, Phuket, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Danang, Macau and Manila.
- The low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines flies out of the island state to most major regional destinations.