It is a long way to Thailand from the UK so your choice of flight is important. Fortunately some of the world’s best rated airlines fly there so you will arrive comfortably in next to no time. With multiple daily flight options this also a very competitive market.

There are non stop flights from London to Bangkok (around 12 hours) and slightly longer one stop flights to several Thai airports from ten airports across the UK. Several airlines feature the popular Airbus A380 on their routes to Bangkok.

Non Stop Flights

There are up to four daily flights from Heathrow to Bangkok with British Airways, EVA Air and Thai Airways. All offer Business, Premium Economy and Economy cabins.

There are also seasonal flights with Thomson from Gatwick and Manchester to Phuket

One Stop Flights

There are many daily options involving a change of aircraft at the airline’s hub airport. Airlines include British Airways (via Heathrow), Emirates (via Dubai), Etihad (via Abu Dhabi), Qatar (via Doha) and Thai Airways (via Bangkok).

to Bangkok from Heathrow, Gatwick, London City, Manchester, Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh.

to Phuket from Heathrow, Gatwick, Manchester, Birmingham, Newcastle, Glasgow and Edinburgh.

to Koh Samui and Krabi from Heathrow.

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Stopovers

There is plenty to see in Thailand but the journey can also create a stopover opportunity adding an extra dimension to your holiday.

Popular stopovers include Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. The options are dependent on the flight routing so if you would like to add a few nights en route please let us know.

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