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Vacations call for sunbathing in the dazzling beaches and savoury treats from popular Thai restaurants. All you need is to take a break from your routine life. Then, book your flight to Thailand for a fun-filled holiday.

Let Travelhouseuk help you get there. Search and compare different options for cheap flights from London to Thailand now. Thai Airways, Emirates and British Airways are popular airlines. Non-stop flights to Thailand are also frequently available from London Heathrow, Manchester, Glasgow, Gatwick and other major airports in the UK

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Airlines that operates flights to Thailand

Can I cancel flight to Thailand due to Coronavirus Outbreak?

All international flights to Thailand are suspended till June 30. Airlines have extended the air tickets validity for all cancelled flight tickets. However, each airline has its cancellation policies. Please contact your travel expert to learn more or reschedule your flight after the period of travel restriction.

Which airlines offer direct flights to Thailand from London

British Airways, Thai Airways and Eva Air facilitate customers with direct flights to Thailand from London regularly. A non-stop flight to Thailand from the UK is covered in 11 hours and 30 mins approximately. Travelhouseuk offers the best value deals for Thailand with Thai Airways round the year. We advise using our latest search engines to browse through the best alternatives for cheap flights to Thailand.

Which airport in Thailand is cheapest to fly into?

Suvarnabhumi Airport, also known as Bangkok Airport, is the cheapest to fly into Thailand. Landing into Bangkok (BKK) is convenient for exploring other cities of Thailand. You can book a flight to Chiang Mai (CNX) if you wish to travel towards the north of the country. Towards the south, you can consider flying to Phuket International Airport (HKT) for vacation. Krabi, heaven for island hoppers, also has a well-connected airport to other cities of the airports.

How long is the flight to Thailand from UK?

Cheap flights to Thailand from London with Travelhouseuk

TravelHouseUK realizes the need for both inbound and outbound Thailand flights and takes the responsibility of your twofold travel needs on their shoulders. Book your next flight to the destination of your choice from Thailand. Flights are offered from major airports in Thailand and travellers can choose from a number of reputable international airlines to fly with. Browse online or call us now to find exclusive flight deals from Thailand in competitively low prices.

Most popular airline offering cheapest economy airfare for Thailand

Different Chinese airlines and Middle Eastern that including Air China, Oman Air and Gulf Air usually provide the cheapest flights to Thailand. The cheapest of all flights are offered by Air China, which is only £350 approximately. The trade-off is the flight duration: while a direct flight is 13 hours long, a cheap flight through Air China, for example, might be longer than 16 hours with an eight-hour stopover in Beijing.

When can I find the best flight deals to Thailand for summer holidays?

Thailand is a tourist destination which invites travellers from all over the world round the year. Ultimately, the price comes higher due to the busy flying season. We don’t offer unrealistic flight deals to lure our customers. Our loyal customers know how we insist on booking earlier to secure the cheap deals well before time. If you are looking for a summer escape in Thailand, get in touch with our travel consultants now to book your cheap flights. If the current prices don’t fall within your budget, we advise changing the travelling dates or arrival airport in Thailand to look for different prices. In general, we encourage our customers to book at least three weeks in advance.

Does TravelhouseUK offer last minute flights to Thailand from London ?

Last Minute flights to Thailand are a hit and a miss. The myth is that on the night before a flight to a destination in Thailand, the airline secretly drops “leftover” seats onto the market at break-even price so that carry a maximum capacity aircraft to Thailand. That is logically impossible, especially in the peak season, and even if there are a few last-minute Thailand flights, the competition for them is so intense that the seats get sold out in a matter of minutes. We can keep an eye on last minute cancellations but, it is best to organise your trip and grab cheap seats to Thailand well in advance. TravelhouseUK has been in the tourism business for well over a decade now. If you are willing to spend some extra money, we can get you a last minute flight to Thailand either way, as cheaply as possible, in case of urgency.

Can I book domestic flights within Thailand with TravelhouseUK?

Yes, indeed. Whether you need to travel from Bangkok to Phuket or from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai, TravelhouseUK can provide you with the cheapest domestic tickets within Thailand. We focus on providing our customers with the best Thai experience. Moving across Thailand, you can soak up the sun on the eastern coast at Trat and then later drilling your toes in the warm white sandy beaches of Koh Samui in southwestern Thailand.

Weekly schedule of airlines flying to Thailand from UK:

Flights to Thailand from Heathrow

Thai Airways(TG): Thai Airways, Flag Carrier of Thailand, offers two direct flights from London to Thailand on each day of the week.

British Airways: There is one daily direct flight service from London Heathrow to Thailand (BKK).

Emirates: Emirates, being a popular choice of travellers, operates one flight to Thailand via Dubai throughout the week.

Flights to Thailand from Birmingham

Lufthansa: Departing from BHX, you have a choice of two flights to Thailand via Frankfurt. Service is available round the week.

KLM: KLM flights to Thailand are operated via Amsterdam as a stopover seven days a week.

Flights from Edinburgh to Thailand:

British Airways: BA makes its way to Thailand (BKK) via Heathrow while making its flights available all days a week.

Air France: Air France flights to Thailand via Amsterdam are also frequent and can be booked at any day of the week.

Emirates: Emirates maintains an extensive network of flights to connect Edinburgh and Thailand. An estimated number of three flights fly every day to Thailand via Dubai.

Flights to Thailand from Manchester

Thai Airways: Thai Airways extends its flights from Manchester to Thailand daily.

Emirates: With Emirates, at least two flight departures are available from Manchester Airport on each day of the week.

Singapore Airlines: Now you can fly to Thailand (BKK) via Singapore on any day of the week as well.

Flights from Gatwick to Thailand:

Emirates: EK links Gatwick and Thailand (BKK) regularly in a week. All trips are inclusive of a stopover at Dubai.

Turkish Airlines: Thailand flights from Gatwick may have opted with Turkish Airlines (TK) which flies via Istanbul on alternate days.

What are the major international airports In Thailand?

There are eleven international airports in Thailand and among them, the busiest airports are:

What is the best time to visit Thailand?

Peak Season:

Thailand experiences three seasonal variations round the year. Rainy weather that begins in May is expected to last till October. Following the monsoon, November is the starting point of cool and cosy winter season. The best time to visit Thailand is in the winter and early spring, from the start of December to the end of March. The perceived temperature throughout the year remains between 23°C to 30°C, which is pleasant.

Off Peak Season:

Humidity plays an important part in Thailand's climate. Humidity rises to above 80% in August, which can be a bit overwhelming for people arriving from a Mediterranean climate. Summer falls in March when the temperature may rise up to 35 °C. Though it gets bit difficult to roam around in the hot summers but you can still make it to beaches.

Is December a good time to go to Thailand?

A good time to go to Thailand differs for all visitors. Our customers at Travelhouseuk prefer dry season, which starts by the end of November and lasts up to March. You can least expect the rainfall in December, so it also makes a good time to visit the Land of Smiles.

What are the entry requirements to visit Thailand for British passport holders?

The British passport holder has a visa exemption to visit Thailand for the first thirty days. You can further extend the visa waiver for another thirty days by visiting the many immigration offices open throughout the country. The British government strongly advises its citizens not to overstay the visa tenure. In the event you overstay your visa, you might be fined 500 Thai Baht (around £12) per day, with a top ceiling of 20,000 Baht (around £470). As of March 2016, the Thai authorities can enforce detention if the overstay is beyond 42 days and the visitor can be barred from ever entering the country again.

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