Flights from Bangkok
In recent years, flights from Bangkok, both domestically and internationally, have been transferred to the newly built Suvarnabhumi Airport. This new major terminal for air traffic, both out of and into Thailand, is home to a full range of the amenities and services that are expected of a modern international airport, including shopping and dining.
Getting to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport
Suvarnabhumi Airport can be reached by road from the city centre in Bangkok, as well as from the surrounding region. For road transport, the recommended links to the airport include the public bus service, as well as taxi and shuttle services. Given the recent construction of the airport, it is likely that further transport links to the airport will be developed in the coming years.
A number of bus services take passengers to the bus terminal at the public transportation centre at the airport, including bus routes from the Southern bus terminal in Bangkok and from the On-Nut Skytrain station. Shuttle buses from local hotels, privately hired taxis, and a more expensive limousine service, all have drop-off points on the departures floor at the airport. Drivers can also find long-term parking near the public bus terminal.
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Touch down in Sydney
Sydney is a fantastic city that is just waiting to be explored. With so much to do, visitors will be itching to get started as soon as their plane touches down on the airport's tarmac. Flights to Sydney originate all over the world, and a variety of transport links serve the airport. Buses are available, and Route 400 will take you directly into the city. The Airport Link train service is another simple option. The speedy, double-decker trains can ferry you to the city centre in a little over ten minutes. Hiring a car from one of the six different providers in the terminal buildings is also easy.
Once you have left the airport behind, it is time to get out and explore the city. Sydney is one of the most popular destinations in the world, thanks to its combination of glorious beaches and world-class landmarks. The first thing to do is to head to Sydney Harbour Bridge. The structure can be climbed or simply admired while enjoying an ice cream. Sydney Opera House is also located close by. Elsewhere, Luna Park and the Australian National Maritime Museum are both worth a visit.
Flights Sydney will leave sports fans drooling, as it is home to a variety of different venues and teams. Sydney residents are crazy about rugby league and cricket, so you may be able to catch a game at the impressive ANZ Stadium or Sydney Cricket Ground. EBookers.com will help you to arrange your flights from Bangkok to Sydney at the lowest possible price.
- 7 direct flights are operating from Bangkok to Sydney today.
- Today's average time for a direct flight is 9h 24m.
- Thai Airways flight 471 (7:25 AM GMT, Boeing 747-400 Passenger) is today's earliest available flight from Bangkok to Sydney.
- Emirates flight 418 (7:30 PM GMT, Airbus Industrie A380 Passenger) is today's latest available flight from Bangkok to Sydney.
- Today's shortest direct flight from Bangkok to Sydney (Thai Airways flight 475, Boeing 747 Passenger) takes 9h 20m.
- Today's longest direct flight from Bangkok to Sydney (Emirates flight 418, Airbus Industrie A380 Passenger) takes 9h 30m.
- Flights from Suvarnabhumi Intl. Airport (BKK), Don Mueang Intl. Airport (DMK) to Kingsford Smith Intl. Airport (SYD) are available for this route.
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