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Cheap Flights To Thailand
Cheap Flights to Thailand is getting easier and easier with major airlines creating their own “No Frills” Airlines.
The world seems a smaller and smaller place as time passes, and a large part of that is due to cheaper air travel.
Airlines fly more often to more places and it’s no longer a luxury afforded only by the wealthy.
Before you book your Thailand Accommodation it is worth looking into your flights first.
There is now a selection of low priced airlines making cheap flights across the world easy to find.
Budget, or no-frills airlines can get passengers to a whole host of destinations and back for not much more than the price of a tank of petrol.
Some of these companies have had a lot of bad press, and most people would’ve heard a horror story or two about the way they operate.
The trick is knowing what to expect, and this will prevent disappointment or bad experiences.
Booking Cheap Flights To Thailand
Prices are often cheaper the further in advance they are booked and gradually rise the nearer it gets to the departure date.
The prices quoted are usually one way, and the return trip is not usually just double so check the price each part of the journey.
It is worth trying different flight times or adjusting the quote by a day or two to lower the total cost where possible. The booking provides just a space on the airplane.
Everything is extra. Luggage is not included, and it costs more if left until check-in so prepayment online or taking just hand luggage is advisable.
Food or drink isn’t included, neither is an assigned seat or any in-flight entertainment.
And if changes are needed to a ticket a fee will be incurred, so taking time to ensure the dates, names and other details are correct first time is a must.
Basically it’s like a bus ticket, expect no more.
These airlines are very strict with their check-in times as any hold ups to the schedule costs money; they will turn away late arrivals without sentiment.
Bangkok Air is the biggest airline in Thailand that has Cheap Flights to Thailand, around Thailand and other main countries in Asia.
Even though Thai Airways is the biggest flying all over the world, Bangkok Air has more flights within Thailand and is one of the cheapest Thailand owned airlines.
Bangkok Air fly to the following places in Thailand and Internationally which makes it one of the most popular airlines to use by travellers.
Chiang Mai (CNX)
Hong Kong (HKG)
Kuala Lumpur (KUL)
Luang Prabang (LPQ)
Phnom Penh (PNH)
Siem Reap (REP)
Air Asia is one of the cheapest airline flying around Asia and is very good.
It flies to most of the main Asian cities, so getting around Asia is quick, cheap and easy.
Air Asia flies to a lot of places within Thailand, so getting from the North of Thailand to the South is cheap, quick and comfortable.
They fly to the following places but check their webpage for connection details.
Chiang Rai (CEI)
Chiang Mai (CNX)
Bangkok – Don Mueang (DMK)
Hat Yai (HDY)
Nakhon Phanom (KOP)
Nakhon Si Thammarat (NST)
Ubon Ratchathani (UBP)
Surat Thani (URT)
Udon Thani (UTH)
Samui (Lipa Noi Pier)
Phangan (Thong Sala Pier)
Phi Phi (Phi Phi Pier)
Lanta (Saladan Pier)
Lipe (Sunrise Beach)
Ngai (KohNgai Villa)
Yao Noi (Manoh pier)
Jetstar is owned by Qantas so they are safe and reliable.
Jetstar not only offers cheap flights from Australia to Asia but also from some Asian destinations to other ones.
Having stop overs at Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore gives people a great way to do a night or two stop over before heading to their Thailand Destinations.
Air France offer cheap flights around the world with especially cheap offers for Europeans to Asia.
Most young people pick this airline for direct travel to Thailand’s capital Bangkok which is becoming a bigger and bigger attraction for backpackers
easyJet is perhaps the best known of these cheap airlines.
They fly from most British airports to the majority of Europe but only usually the most popular resorts and cities.
Business travellers and holiday makers alike use this company.
They have a very good website that’s easy to use with all the add-ons, like luggage prepayment, are in the same place.
Even though they do not fly directly into Thailand, they do fly to major airports where you can get a connecting flight.
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About the Author
James is an avid travel writer who likes to travel on a budget using the best price airlines throughout Asia and Europe.