• Serving Bangkok / Thailand
    Don Mueang International Airport
  • Don Mueang Airport Airline Information

    Don Mueang International Airport: 222, Vibhavadi Rangsit Road, Don Muang, bangkok 10210, Thailand

Being the secondary airport in Thailand’s largest city, Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport receives limited service only from a few airline companies. The airport is a major hub for Thai AirAsia. This Thai airline specializes in regional service within Thailand and nearby southeastern Asian countries. This company is also affiliated with Malaysia’s low fare airline AirAsia. Thai AirAsia connects Bangkok with important Asian cities such as Chennai, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City, Hong Kong, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Phnom Penh, Seoul, Singapore, and Wuhan.

Being the busiest airline at Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport, Thai AirAsia offers domestic service to major cities such as Chaing Mai, Hat Yai, Surat Thani, Phuket, and Udon.

The Thai AirAsia affiliate company AirAsia also serves Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport. The Malaysian AirAsia airline offers daily trips to Kuala Lumpur International Airport. Malaysia’s largest city is the only destination offered by AirAsia at Bangkok’s secondary airport.

Indonesia AirAsia offers regional service between Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport and major cities in the archipelago nation of Indonesia. Offering trips to Soekarno-Hatta International Airport in Jakarta, this airline takes passengers to the largest city in Indonesia. Juanda International Airport in Surabaya and Polonia International Airport in Medan are other major destinations within Indonesia that are accessible via Indonesia AirAsia service.

The rest of the airlines serving Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport are Thai companies based in Bangkok. The low-cost carrier Nok Air connects Bangkok with more than a dozen domestic destinations. Nok Mini, Orient Thai Airlines, and Solar Air offer additional flights to cities within Thailand. Despite being relatively small airline companies, these Thai airlines use Boeing jets that have seating capacities for well over 100 passengers. On a seasonal basis, Orient Thai Airlines is the only company besides Thai AirAsia that connects this Bangkok airport with Seoul-Incheon International Airport in South Korea.

Although Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport has multiple terminal buildings, all airline operations take place in the main Terminal 1 facility. Passengers may also notice that Bangkok’s secondary airport is primarily used for domestic service and regional service within neighboring countries. To get to Europe, the Middle East, and the Americas passengers will have to make multiple transfers at some of the airports in China, India, Indonesia, Hong Kong, South Korea, and Malaysia. From Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport, Thai AirAsia is the best option for beginning a long distance journey to locations outside of Asia.