Great service after landing in Bangkok
Massage at Business lounge was excellent
The cabin staff were professional and did a good job. We really appreciated the Christmas carols being played as we arrived on landing in Thailand. Many thanks, Doug
Aircraft Boeing 747 on Sydney to BKK flight are too old.But over all it is great airline.
All good. Thanks
Food was delsih
Please fix seats this few inches of recline only disturb others no additional comfort
The plane was old and dirty/ dusty around the lights
Food not as good as usual on Thai
|Origin Airport||Kingsford Smith Intl.|
|Destination Airport||Don Mueang Intl.|
|Airlines Serving||All Nippon Airways, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, China Airlines, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Korean Air, Malaysia Airlines, Philippine Airlines, Qantas Airways, Scoot, Scoot with baggage, Singapore Airlines, Vietnam Airlines|
When you travel from SYD to BKK, you trade one exciting city for another. Take the Airport Link train from the city centre to Sydney Airport, 8 km south. Disembark at the station under International Terminal 1 and head to the departures level. Trains run every 10 minutes, and the journey takes less than 15 minutes. If you drive to the airport, park in P7 at the International Terminal, a five-minute walk from the gates. Flights from Sydney to Bangkok leave all day except during airport “curfew” between 11p.m. and 6 a.m. (enacted to reduce noise).
When you land at Suvarnabhumi Airport, take some time to marvel at the main terminal roof, which was designed to look as though it floats over the concourse. Take advantage of free Wi-Fi to book car rentals in Bangkok, and head 30 km on Motorway 7 into the CBD. If public transportation is more your speed, choose from the Airport Rail Link (ARL), the suburban commuter train, and air-conditioned buses you can catch from the bus terminal. On the ARL, take Suvarnabhumi Airport City Line (SA City Line), which stops at six stations from the airport, and takes about 30 minutes into the city centre.
Flights from Sydney to Bangkok traverse more than 7,500 km, so you have over nine hours to catch up on your reading…and some sleep. Emirates Air, AirAsia, Qantas, Thai Air, and more fly this route, so cheap flights to Bangkok from Sydney are easy to find.
Find cheap flights to Bangkok here on Expedia.com.au, and score a Sydney flight deal for your return flight, too. Booking is fast, easy, and you’ll always find great airfares. Fly away to a Thai holiday today and you’ll soon be eating delectable street food and touring Buddhist temples in the Grand Palace!