Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK)
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Bangkok, Thailand (TH) Large airport
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Suvarnabhumi Airport Destinations List
This list shows the 121 locations you can fly to from Suvarnabhumi Airport
|Destination||IATA||Airlines Flying Route|
|Singapore Changi||SIN||Jetstar Asia Airways, Air India Limited, Cathay Pacific, Ethiopian Airlines, Air Madagascar, Scandinavian Airlines System, Singapore Airlines, Thai Airways International, Tiger Airways, Scoot|
|Dhaka / Hazrat Shahjalal International||DAC||United Airways, Biman Bangladesh Airlines, Druk Air, Bangkok Airways, Rainbow Air Polynesia, Thai Airways International|
|Ninoy Aquino International||MNL||Cebu Pacific, Kuwait Airways, Philippine Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International||CCU||IndiGo Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Indira Gandhi International||DEL||IndiGo Airlines, Jet Airways, Air India Limited, Thai Airways International|
|Incheon International||ICN||Jeju Air, BusinessAir, Air Canada, Ethiopian Airlines, Korean Air, Jin Air, Asiana Airlines, Thai Airways International, Tway Airlines, Eastar Jet|
|Gimhae International||PUS||Jeju Air, Korean Air, Asiana Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Chongqing Jiangbei International||CKG||BusinessAir, Thai Airways International|
|Phuket International||HKT||BusinessAir, Air France, British Airways, Etihad Airways, Japan Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Bangkok Airways, Qatar Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Yangon International||RGN||Maxair, Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International, Asia Wings|
|Shanghai Pudong International||PVG||China SSS, Shanghai Airlines, Juneyao Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Chhatrapati Shivaji International||BOM||Jet Airways, Air India Limited, All Nippon Airways, Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Kuala Lumpur International||KUL||American Airlines, Ethiopian Airlines, Air Madagascar, Malaysia Airlines, Egyptair, Bangkok Airways, Royal Jordanian, Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines|
|Narita International||NRT||American Airlines, Air Canada, Delta Air Lines, Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International, United Airlines|
|Chiang Mai International||CNX||Air Berlin, Air France, British Airways, Etihad Airways, Japan Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Bangkok Airways, Qatar Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Charles de Gaulle International||CDG||Air France, Alitalia, Thai Airways International|
|Krabi||KBV||Air France, Cathay Pacific, Etihad Airways, Lufthansa, Bangkok Airways, Qantas, Qatar Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Luang Prabang International||LPQ||Air France, Etihad Airways, Bangkok Airways, Lao Airlines|
|Abu Dhabi International||AUH||Alitalia, Etihad Airways, Bangkok Airways|
|London Heathrow||LHR||British Airways, EVA Air, Iberia Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Brunei International||BWN||Royal Brunei Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Amsterdam Schiphol||AMS||EVA Air, China Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines|
|Taiwan Taoyuan International||TPE||EVA Air, China Airlines, TransAsia Airways, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Thai Airways International, Transaero Airlines|
|Vienna International||VIE||EVA Air, Austrian Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Beijing Capital International||PEK||Air China, Hainan Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Shenzhen Bao'an International||SZX||Air China, Shenzhen Airlines|
|Domodedovo International||DME||China Airlines, Thai Airways International, Transaero Airlines|
|Kaohsiung International||KHH||China Airlines|
|Bandaranaike International Colombo||CMB||Cathay Pacific, L, Thai Airways International, SriLankan Airlines|
|Chek Lap Kok International||HKG||Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Hong Kong Airlines, Kenya Airways, Air Madagascar, Orient Thai Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Royal Jordanian, Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines, SriLankan Airlines|
|Jinnah International||KHI||Cathay Pacific, Thai Airways International|
|Guangzhou Baiyun International||CAN||China Southern Airlines, Kenya Airways, Air Madagascar, Thai Airways International, SriLankan Airlines, Oman Air|
|Zhengzhou Xinzheng International||CGO||China Southern Airlines|
|Changsha Huanghua International||CSX||China Southern Airlines|
|Fuzhou Changle International||FOC||China Southern Airlines, Xiamen Airlines|
|Jomo Kenyatta International||NBO||China Southern Airlines, Kenya Airways, Vietnam Airlines|
|Nanning Wuxu||NNG||China Southern Airlines, Hainan Airlines|
|Jieyang Chaoshan International||SWA||China Southern Airlines|
|Wuhan Tianhe International||WUH||China Southern Airlines|
|Xiamen Gaoqi International||XMN||China Southern Airlines, Xiamen Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Clark International||CRK||South East Asian Airlines|
|Stockholm-Arlanda||ARN||Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines System, Thai Airways International|
|Oslo Gardermoen||OSL||Norwegian Air Shuttle, Scandinavian Airlines System, Thai Airways International|
|Dubai International||DXB||Emirates, Qantas, Thai Airways International|
|Sydney Kingsford Smith International||SYD||Emirates, Qantas, Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines|
|Addis Ababa Bole International||ADD||Ethiopian Airlines, Singapore Airlines|
|Mandalay International||MDL||Etihad Airways, Bangkok Airways, Qatar Airways|
|Soekarno-Hatta International||CGK||Garuda Indonesia, Mandala Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Bahrain International||BAH||Gulf Air Bahrain, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Tashkent International||TAS||Uzbekistan Airways|
|Chiang Rai International||CEI||Japan Airlines, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Malaysia Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Asiana Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Qantas, Thai Airways International|
|Fukuoka||FUK||Japan Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Tokyo Haneda International||HND||Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Kansai International||KIX||Japan Airlines, All Nippon Airways, Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Melbourne International||MEL||Jetstar Airways, Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines|
|Phnom Penh International||PNH||Cambodia Angkor Air (K6), Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International, Vietnam Airlines|
|Siem Reap International||REP||Cambodia Angkor Air (K6), Bangkok Airways|
|Lokpriya Gopinath Bordoloi International||GAU||Druk Air|
|Kuwait International||KWI||Kuwait Airways|
|Wattay International||VTE||FlyNordic, Bangkok Airways, Lao Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Frankfurt am Main||FRA||Lufthansa, Thai Airways International|
|Munich||MUC||Lufthansa, Thai Airways International|
|Zürich||ZRH||Swiss International Air Lines, Thai Airways International|
|Ben Gurion International||TLV||El Al Israel Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Ivato||TNR||Air Madagascar, Thai Airways International|
|Queen Alia International||AMM||Malaysia Airlines, Royal Jordanian|
|Cairo International||CAI||Malaysia Airlines, Egyptair, Thai Airways International|
|Penang International||PEN||Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Chinggis Khaan International||ULN||Homer Air|
|Chengdu Shuangliu International||CTU||China Eastern Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Kunming Wujiaba International||KMG||China Eastern Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Ningbo Lishe International||NGB||China Eastern Airlines|
|Chubu Centrair International||NGO||All Nippon Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Macau International||MFM||Air Macau, Thai Airways International|
|Malé International||MLE||Bangkok Airways|
|Samui||USM||Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Udon Thani||UTH||Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Boryspil International||KBP||Ukraine International Airlines|
|Doha International||Qatar Airways|
|Noi Bai International||HAN||Qatar Airways, Thai Airways International, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines|
|Tribhuvan International||KTM||Nepal Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Shah Amanat International||CGP||Rainbow Air Polynesia|
|OR Tambo International||JNB||South African Airways, Thai Airways International|
|Copenhagen Kastrup||CPH||Scandinavian Airlines System, Thai Airways International|
|Brussels||BRU||Brussels Airlines, Thai Airways International|
|Sheremetyevo International||SVO||Aeroflot Russian Airlines|
|Auckland International||AKL||Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines|
|Kempegowda International||BLR||Thai Airways International|
|Brisbane International||BNE||Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines|
|New Chitose||CTS||Thai Airways International|
|Ngurah Rai (Bali) International||DPS||Thai Airways International|
|Leonardo da Vinci–Fiumicino||FCO||Thai Airways International|
|Hat Yai International||HDY||Thai Airways International|
|Rajiv Gandhi International||HYD||Thai Airways International|
|Benazir Bhutto International||Thai Airways International|
|Atatürk International||ISL||Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines|
|Khon Kaen||KKC||Thai Airways International|
|Alama Iqbal International||LHE||Thai Airways International|
|Chennai International||MAA||Thai Airways International, Air Austral|
|Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas||MAD||Thai Airways International|
|Malpensa International||MXP||Thai Airways International|
|Perth International||PER||Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines|
|Tan Son Nhat International||SGN||Thai Airways International, Turkish Airlines, Royal Air Cambodge, Vietnam Airlines|
|Ubon Ratchathani||UBP||Thai Airways International|
|Surat Thani||URT||Thai Airways International|
|Imam Khomeini International||IKA||Mahan Air|
|Muscat International||MCT||Oman Air|
Suvarnabhumi Airport Destinations Map
Gallery and Facts
Suvarnabhumi Airport, also known as (New) Bangkok International Airport, opened to serve full commercial services on September 2006. This airport can accommodate 45 million passengers per year, and handled 53 million passengers in 2012, which makes it the busiest airport in Thailand, and the sixth busiest airport in Asia. Its Passenger Building consists of 7 floors and 2 basements, and the airport has the world’s tallest free-standing control tower.
The airport’s name, Suvarnabhumi, means “Golden Land”, and was chosen by King Bhumibol Adulyadej. It refers to the golden kingdom mentioned in many ancient sources which the location has been the subject of many debates, although it’s believed that it’s located somewhere in Southeast Asia.
Suvarnabhumi Airport Reviews (23)
Very beautiful airport. I visited it last year.
Beautiful Airport With Fair Facilities
The airport is nice and beautiful but it seems they need to improve the facilities in the airport. However, I’m happy with this airport! It’s a heaven for shoppers and there are so many lounges.
Better than the former airport DMK. Nice
Nice For Shopping
Though the arrival hall is crowded, the departure is a paradise for shoppers. A wide variety of restaurants while waiting. Apparently, the airport has improved in terms of queuing at the security and the luggage delivery.
This airport is immensely huge! Thank goodness for walkalators. Shops are aplenty too but I heard there are scams victimizing foreigners shopping at King Power duty free. Queues in immigration and check-in counters are a breeze; at least the Thai know where their taxes go. I love this airport!
Very Nice Airport
I traveleed a lot and I have to say the new airport in Bangkok is one of the most nice airports in the world. Before cusomers there are very nice shops and restaurants and after check in you can find the most luxerous shops and restaurants you can imagne. You will not be bored on this airport. Than the check in works very quickly, no long rows like on other airports. Very clean toilets, something you almost never see in the normal airports. There are smoking rooms which are good separated from the rest of the building so that nobody has any problems of it. I think in most of the big cities there are not so nice shoping malls as there is on the airport in Bangkok. Schiphol, Charles de Gaule, Heatrow, Brussels, Berlin, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, … all these airports are boring places… But nothing of that in Bangkok… Just like Thailand as a country is always amazing, so the airport is… A real place to visit.
Upset Over Bangkok Airport
I was at the airport 2 hours before the departure time, with my husband and mum. We were on Thai-Air Asia flight back to Kuala Lumpur. Since the check-in counter was not yet opened, we had our lunch first. About 1 and half hour before departure time we were queuing up at the check in counter which obviously stated our flight number. There was a long long line ahead of us. WE WAITED and WAITED…People were packed to the brim of the counter ahead, we went ahead to ask why the line wasn’t moving, thinking there were some problems ahead but there were no staff at the counter. SO WE WAITED. When the screen finally changed to another flight, we immediately ran ahead to the counter and said we had been waiting since even before the counter closed. The counter staff were unfriendly, not helpful. They just said, you missed your flight. Please purchase the next flight. This is outrageous!! We had been queuing up blindly? When brought this up to the manager, she called her staff. Her staff said that the counter had been empty when the counter actually closed. Why didn’t we go up earlier to check in? Apparently we were supposed to know that Bangkok Airport doesn’t make any announcements. Check-in Counter closes when the screen changes to blue. How do you expect us to know that? We insisted that we were waiting behind the long line long long ahead of time. But the long line prevented us from moving. Is this our fault? We were forced to purchase a new ticket..which costs a bomb. I’m very upset at the airport system, at the manager who said, I’m sorry I have to believe my staff. She said the counter was empty and you didn’t come forward. I would say you were LATE to check in..( For goodness sake, please check your CCTV!! We were queuing up before 4pm! The check-in counter closed at 4:15pm) WE WERE ALREADY QUEUING UP BEHIND THE LONG LONG LINE OF PASSENGERS WHO SHOULD NOT HAVE BEEN STANDING THERE!!) It was NOT empty!!!! I really hope Bangkok Airport would improve their managerial staff’s skill in handling problems like this, improve your announcement system, improve your check in system. Don’t let passengers of other flights block the way for other RIGHTFUL passengers to check in. This really upset our stay when we initially thought Bangkok was one of the cities with the friendliest and hospitable people around. My impression of Bangkok have changed tremendously after this experience.
A very nice and huge airport where you can spend your waiting hours browsing from shop to shop once you checked in…but a lot of walking must be done, though…:-p
Not Enough Seats & Indian Smoking
I used it the first time last Aug. The place is horribly shabby without sufficient seats at terminals. I even saw an Indian sneaked to smoke at the rear end of the terminal and thrashed the cigarette butts in that area. I called the airport operator just to hear her saying there was nothing she or the airport could do!? Indian plus incapable Thais will make the new airport down soonest.
It’s the best; there’s no damage in the airport and airplane runs perfectly. but there’s a problem in the Exit because there’s too many TAXI’s and buses. There’s a lot of people there.
It looks and functions like an airport but seems to be lacking character. Works well no real issues bit slow on the way in and out of the country but it’s got everthing you’d expect from an airport. I can’t complain to much as I’ve been to much worse.
Well. . .
The new BKK has it’s shortcomings. One huge terminal, that lacks rolling walkways, has too few toilets, is badly signed (sometimes with signs leading you the wrong way, in to cul de sacs, pointing right in to walls etc). The main departure/ arrival boards are constantly changing from Thai to English to Thai (makes them extremely difficult to read). Thai Airways ticket office was for some reason located at the far back of the hall, much more stylish, but why so remote? On the bright side: It’s a grand and beautiful airport. Give it some time and all problems are hopefully solved.
It very beautiful and grand style.
Disaster Waiting To Happen
The airport is unsafe – cracks in the runways; cracks in the taxiways; 11 out of 51 jetways can’t be used due to the cracks; another 11 jetways are damaged – 2 seriously; The airport terminal building is sinking: **MANY FIRE EXITS WILL NOT OPEN BECAUSE THE DOORFRAMES HAVE SETTLED INTO THE DOORS** Danger* New bad news comes out everyday. The government has decided that DonMuang (an airport that WORKS) will be reopened. It will take YEARS to fix the problems at Suvarnabhumi – I predict it will be CLOSED soon – hopefully before a major accident/disaster. Other problems at Suvarnabhumi include: Lack of toilets (and those that are there weren’t designed for high-traffic location/use) Sinks poorly designed * bottom line: bathrooms stink; leaks; just awful Luggage carts – poorly designed, jam, causing injuries (reportedly cost over USD$1000 each!) Brand new airport, but many flights will use BUS GATES!!! Not enough capacity. Poor signage. An easy to fix problem, but after 4+ months, nothing is fixed. Duty-free shopping monopoly (King Power) signed contract for 20-some thousand sq. meters of space, then, when airport was built, actually used 50% more than that, taking out moving walkways and taking space that needs to be open for free-flow of people. Inadequate space in arrivals area Inadequate space in check-in Take a look at the floor tiles: many damaged/cracked, and DIRTY DIRTY DIRTY – it looks like a floor in the 90-year old airport, not a new airport Inadequate air-conditioning – upper levels are sweltering; related to design that is not suited to the tropical environment airport is located in Glass walls of terminal building cracking due to the settling of the building into the swampland it was built on Massive corruption…..And we don’t even know the half of it….
Fantastic and futuristic Airport. Lot more seating within the terminal, especially at the gates will be most welcome. Transfer desks at level 3 needs a face-lift (hope it is on plans, but delayed). Great piece of architecture.
New Bangkok Airport
I was on one of the first flights to arrive here on the opening day and spent the morning at the airport waiting for a colleague to arrive on a delayed flight. The airport is very big but still not big enough! By 11am there were no available seats in the entire airport – anywhere! After standing at one of the arrival gates for 3 hours in impossible people traffic I gave up and went ahead to my hotel. There were no notifications at the arrivals areas about which arrival point any of the arriving flights will come into – so even if I had waited I had a 1 in 3 chance of waiting at the correct arrival point! The Limo services were the best I have tried in S E Asia. A long line of 50 or more people waiting was cleared in less than 5 minutes. When I returned to the airport a few days later I arrived early and found the food court to be very stressful – using a coupon system that can be difficult to manage for 5 people in Thai Baht. The "food court" was covered in flies – similar to an animal planet show where a carcass is filmed in African Savannah. Overall I got the impression that the airport was rushed into opening – and that is exactly what had happened! Contruction was still going on in places and many shops were still moving in. 3 out of five for now but maybe next time it will be better.
Compared to Don Muang, the new BKK is far too big and when in transit, you gotta walk all the way alongside, climb up ths stairs and get back all the way depending on your gate… Besides, for the business travellers, the Thai lounge in Don Muang were much more intimate, had showers, had complimentary massages, had much more newspapers and in other languages than Thai. Let’s hope they’ll get over the fact they have a new home.
It is a superb airport!
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
It’s such a big and beautiful airport!
It was pretty funny to see people playing golf in between a taxi-way and a runway. Strange, but true!
Rui Carrelhas March 19, 2013 at 1:57 pm
The departure is a paradise for shoppers.