Cheap flights from Abu Dhabi to Bangkok
Flight information Abu Dhabi to Bangkok
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Average flight time, total distance 4961 kilometers
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang
Bangkok has two main airports: Suvarnabhumi Airport and Don Mueang International Airport. If you are traveling from Abu Dhabi to Bangkok you can catch flights with Etihad Airways which is currently the sole airline providing direct flights on this route. Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport is the only airport in Bangkok handling flights from Abu Dhabi via Abu Dhabi International Airport. Check out cheap flights to Bangkok to get the best deal.
* This information is correct as of May 2019
Airport Information - Arriving
Suvarnabhumi Airport is the primary airport in Bangkok located around 25 km from the center of the capital. The easiest way to reach the city from the airport is on the Airport Rail Link network which takes just 25 minutes, although there are alternatives available including going by taxi. The airport itself is relatively new and modern having opened in 2006 and is housed within a single terminal complex which ranks as one of the world’s biggest. You will be able to enjoy an extensive range of amenities during your stay at the airport including many shops, restaurants and cafes as well as free Wi-Fi for up to 2 hours. Car rental agencies are also available.
Airport Information - Departing
Abu Dhabi International Airport has three passenger terminals and is the second-largest airport in the United Arab Emirates. It offers flights to more than 120 destinations worldwide and is the operational hub of the UAE flag carrier, Etihad Airlines. It is about 30 km from the city center, and there are a variety of ways to get to and from the airport. Abu Dhabi International Airport operates a check-in facility called City Terminal in downtown Abu Dhabi. Passengers can check in their luggage in the terminal-style building before arriving at the airport an hour before take-off.
What to Expect in Bangkok
Check out the top hotels in Bangkok to make the most of your visit to Thailand. In Bangkok the weather is hot for most of the year but temperatures don’t reach the highs that Abu Dhabi experiences over the summer. Be advised that the region experiences two distinct rainy periods in May and between September and October. UAE nationals are able to travel to Thailand without needing a visa for up to 30 days. Within the city itself you can make your way around on public transport such as the BTS Skytrain and the MRT metro. Ahead of your stay, you can find some inspiration with our guide to top things to do as well as tips on what you should do if you have three days in Bangkok.
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