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London to Bangkok Route Information
Origin AirportHeathrow Airport, Gatwick Airport
Destination AirportSuvarnabhumi Airport, Don Mueang International Airport
Average Flight Duration11 Hours 30 Mins
Average Flight Prices£360
Airlines Serving Royal Jordanian, Air China, China Southern, Qatar Airways, Gulf Air

Exclusive Information to Help You Book Your London to Bangkok Flight

Exploring the world is meant to be magical, but sometimes booking travel can get in the way of that. With 63 airlines, and 3,058 flights available each week, finding the best available flights to Bangkok might feel like a chore.

There are many airports in the area to book your flights from London to Bangkok. The most popular airports to fly from are:

  • Heathrow (LHR)
  • Gatwick (LGW)
  • London City (LCY)

You can touch down at any of these popular airports in Bangkok to save time and money:

  • Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
  • Don Mueang Intl. (DMK)

We want you to travel on your own terms. That way, when your flight arrives in Bangkok you are ready to be amazed by the spectacular sights, sounds, and tastes the city has to offer.

63 airlines offer cheap flights from London to Bangkok. What are some of the most popular?

Out of the 63 airlines interested in helping you break free from your everyday routine with a cheap flight from London to Bangkok, some of the most popular operating in the London area are:

  • Flights from Heathrow (LHR) to Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
    • British Airways
    • Lufthansa
    • Virgin Atlantic Airways
  • Flights from London City (LCY) to Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
    • British Airways
    • Lufthansa
    • Swiss International Air Lines
  • Flights from Gatwick (LGW) to Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
    • Emirates Airline
    • Qantas
    • Turkish Airlines

What airlines fly from London to Bangkok most frequently?

Below you will find the airlines flying from London area airports to Bangkok most often. Larger airports and airlines with more frequent flights on a route tend to have more available seats, though flying out of a smaller airport may be more affordable.

  • Heathrow (LHR) - Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
    • British Airways - 299 flights per week from LHR to BKK
    • Lufthansa - 60 flights per week from LHR to BKK
    • Virgin Atlantic Airways - 42 flights per week from LHR to BKK
  • London City (LCY) - Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
    • British Airways - 32 flights per week from LCY to BKK
    • Lufthansa - 12 flights per week from LCY to BKK
    • Swiss International Air Lines - 12 flights per week from LCY to BKK
  • Gatwick (LGW) - Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
    • Emirates Airline - 21 flights per week from LGW to BKK
    • Qantas - 21 flights per week from LGW to BKK
    • Turkish Airlines - 14 flights per week from LGW to BKK

What London area airports offer flights to Bangkok every week?

Every week, there are over 3,058 flights from London to Bangkok flown by over 63 different airlines like British Airways, Lufthansa, and others. Find more details below:

  • Heathrow (LHR) has 2,414 flights to Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK) per week.
  • London City (LCY) has 336 flights to Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK) per week.
  • Gatwick (LGW) has 308 flights to Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK) per week.

How long is a direct flight from London to Bangkok?

A direct flight from London to Bangkok usually takes around 13 hours, 5 minutes to cover the 5,962 mile distance. The longest flights on this route typically take 17 hours, 25 minutes, and on average that is 15 hours, 15 minutes.

What is the earliest and latest flight available from London to Bangkok?

  • Flight from Heathrow (LHR) to Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
    • First departing flight of the day: 11:50 AM
    • Earliest arrival: 05:45 AM
    • Last departing flight of the day: 09:35 PM
    • Latest arrival of the day: 04:00 PM
  • Flight from London City (LCY) to Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
    • First departing flight of the day: 07:00 AM
    • Earliest arrival: 05:30 AM
    • Last departing flight of the day: 06:15 PM
    • Latest arrival of the day: 02:35 PM
  • Flight from Gatwick (LGW) to Suvarnabhumi Intl. (BKK)
    • First departing flight of the day: 08:20 AM
    • Earliest arrival: 12:05 AM
    • Last departing flight of the day: 09:45 PM
    • Latest arrival of the day: 11:30 PM

Flights from London to Bangkok

London to Bangkok flights will take you to a city jam packed with a diversity, a colour and a spectacle that's rarely equalled elsewhere. Your London to Bangkok trip will feature both the vibrancy of the busy streets and also the serenity and tradition of its hidden network of canals. Bangkok's frenetic bar scene is legendary, and hosts some of Bangkok’s amazing rooftop bars where stylish urbanites come to escape the humid streets. But it's food that really shapes Bangkok's modern identity, in particular its street food, which revolves around fast-cooking fast-talking stalls that are both gleefully cheap and wildly adventurous.

When can I book cheap flights to Bangkok from London?

Bangkok is Southeast Asia's major hub for budget travellers, so cheap air deals are in ample supply. National airlines, British Airways and Thai Airways offer direct London to Bangkok flights but you can save a packet if you add a stopover en route. There's a quite dizzying array of routes to choose from, but keep a watchful eye on those transfer times. You'll definitely get your money’s worth on London Bangkok flights in June, at the tail end of the hot season. Aim to book at least two weeks ahead of departure for the biggest savings.

Arriving at London Heathrow airport

Heathrow (LHR) is the best bet for both direct and indirect flights to Bangkok, and getting there is a breeze. The Heathrow Express train service will whisk you there from Paddington station with a minimum amount of fuss. Book in advance and you can save up to 50%. Cheaper still is a one-way fare from central London via the London Underground on the Piccadilly line, costing around GBP 6.

Flying from London to Bangkok

Direct London Bangkok flights take around 12 hours, and if you book with national carriers, such as Thai Airways, British Airways or Gulf Airlines, you can rest assured that you’ll be travelling in style.

Getting from the airport to Bangkok

Long-haul flights into Bangkok generally land at Suvarnabhumi International Airport (BKK). The Airport Rail Link will get you into the city in about 30 minutes. It connects to the MRT underground station at Makkasan City and the BTS Skytrain at Phayathai Station. Public buses are also available and travel into the city at regular times throughout the day. If you prefer to take a taxi downtown, head straight for the official taxi desks to avoid Bangkok's legendary taxi touts.

What to do when in Bangkok

Concrete and chrome continues to cover ever more parts of Bangkok, but there are still echoes of old Siam. Swoon over the shimmering gold-encrusted stupas of Wat Phra Kaeo and the regal extravagance of the Grand Palace. Jim Thompson's famous period teak house is the epitome of calm amidst the urban chaos. For something more edgy, dive into the bedlam of a Muay Thai kickboxing bout. Don’t forget to spend an afternoon (or two!) at one of the city climate-controlled shopping centres have a bunch of cool distractions for when the humidity gets too much, such as an ice skating ring, the Kidzania amusement park and several aquariums.

Travelling from London to Bangkok

Bangkok has attractions and sites that are completely unlike anything you might see or experience in London. Though flights between the two cities are quite long, the trip will open your eyes to a new and exciting world. Use ebookers to find cheap flights to Bangkok from London and deals on other things you might need.

London

London is one of the oldest cities in the world, and it is home to the London Heathrow Airport. Non-stop flights to Bangkok are available via British Airways, among other airlines. Many travellers drive their own vehicles to the airport, because it offers many different parking options. Long-term parking starts at €17.90 per day, while valet parking and short-term lots are also available.

Should you prefer to leave your car behind, you can reach the airport via taxi, bus, or train. If you want to start your trip off on a stylish note, you can hire a limousine or private driver and car. Heathrow offers a variety of restaurants for those who want to eat before their flight, including ATM Coffee, Bite, Café Rouge, and Caffé Nero.

Bangkok, Thailand

Bangkok is home to one of the largest collections of Buddhist temples and one of the world's biggest populations of Buddhists. Many travellers come to the city for the nightlife, which includes bars and restaurants open until the early hours. The city even boasts a large shopping district, where travellers can find cheap clothing.

Explore the Bangkok Area

The Suvarnabhumi Airport is the first thing you see as your plane arrives in Bangkok. Transportation from the airport is available in the form of a taxi, rental car, limousine, bus, or public van. Public vans are the cheapest option, starting at just THB 25 per ride, but you do share the van with several other riders. World Class Rent A Car, International Rent A Car, Paragon Car Rental, and Thai Car Rental Association all have agencies at the airport that make it easy to grab a rental car and go.

The weather in Bangkok falls into one of two categories: the rainy season, from June to October, and the dry season that runs from November to May. Since the temperature reaches 30°C almost every day, you will always have warm weather on your visit. If you want to avoid the heaviest rainfall, make sure you avoid visiting during the rainy season.

The dryer season gives you more time to enjoy attractions like the Temple of the Reclining Buddha, The Grand Palace, and the Temple of the Emerald Buddha. If you want to take home some clothing, head to the malls near River City, where tailors make custom clothing every day. Q Bar and 808 are better suited for those who want to experience the city like a local, because these nightclubs offer live DJs who fly into Bangkok from cities around the world.

Get Ready for Bangkok

Get ready for your trip to Bangkok by booking low fare tickets through ebookers. Ebookers offers cheap flights to Bangkok from London leaving almost every day, which makes it easy to find a flight that works around your schedule and budget.

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*Savings based on all holiday package bookings with Flight + Hotel on ebookers.com from January 2017 to December 2017, as compared to the price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages. For Free Flight or 100% Off Flight deals, package savings is greater than or equal to the current cost of one component, when both are priced separately.

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