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How do I get to Thailand?

When most tourists travel to Thailand they typically choose to fly into a Thailand airport, though it’s also possible to travel overland through Malaysia, Laos or Cambodia as they share borders with Thailand.

Flights to Thailand are serviced by approximately 70 listed airlines who have licenses from the Thai government and abide by international standards, including Aeroflot, Air France, Cathay Pacific, Emirates, Lufthansa, United Airlines, Swiss Air, and many others. The Thai national airlines itself is Thai Airways, one of the most esteemed airlines in the world.

Air carries that travel to Thailand depart from all around the world, such as USA, Canada, UK, Germany, Sweden, France, Italy, UAE, Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Japan, China, Australia, New Zealand. The flights entering Thailand may be direct flights or transit flight.

The landing ports in Thailand are situated at different destinations. Suvarnabhumi Airport in Bangkok serves as the landing port for numerous international flights. Some chartered and regional flights may land at one of the other international airports within Thailand, including Chiang Mai International Airport, Phuket International Airport and Hat Yai International Airport