Flights from Hat Yai to Bangkok
Flight information Hat Yai to Bangkok
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Flights per week
Average flight time, total distance 764 kilometres
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Bangkok Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang
Airlines that fly from Hat Yai to Bangkok
There are four airlines that serve the Hat Yai to Bangkok route; however, their arrival airports may be different primarily because there are two main airports in Bangkok. Thai Lion Mentari, Nok Air, and Thai AirAsia flights land at the Don Mueang Airport in Bangkok, which is the older airport of the two, while Thai Smile flights land at the newer Suvarnabhumi Airport. With that established, travellers may then decide as to which airline they will book their flights from in order to suit their convenience. For travellers who are using Thai Lion Mentari, their earliest flight out of Hat Yai is at 7:30 in the morning every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday, and 8:10 in the morning on the other days. They provide a maximum of 10 and a minimum of seven flights at a given day. Nok Air, meanwhile, provides seven flights daily, with the earliest leaving at 7:55 in the morning and the latest leaving at 9:10 in the evening. Further, Thai AirAsia has eight regular flights per day, with the earliest leaving at 8:30 in the morning and the latest leaving at 9:50 in the evening. The only airline that serves the Suvarnabhumi Airport, Thai Smile, has five regular flights daily, with the earliest leaving at 8:20 in the morning and the latest leaving 8:45 in the evening, en route to Bangkok. There are no connecting flights available from Hat Yai to any of the Bangkok airports though, and travellers should take note that all schedules are valid within the month of July, and are subject to change without prior notice.
All flights to Bangkok from the Hat Yai International Airport leave from the airport's domestic terminal. The domestic terminal of the airport is mainly served by airlines Nok Air, Thai Air Asia, Thai Lion Air, and Thai Smile. It is the bigger of the two terminals, and has complete services, from security, check-in, baggage handling, and others. Apart from the domestic terminal, there is a standing international terminal in the airport, as served by AirAsia and Tigerair. Upon arrival to Bangkok, travellers will be welcomed either through the Don Mueang International Airport Terminal 1, or the Suvarnabhumi Airport Domestic Terminal. Both terminals are complete with services from top to bottom, and are connected to the city through various ground transportation services. Although the Don Mueang Airport also has superb services, it is quite far from central Bangkok; Suvarnabhumi Airport, meanwhile, has dedicated facilities for ground transport and is nearer to the city.
Since the flying route is domestic by nature, local travellers will not have a problem with documents as long as they have their flight details and confirmation along with valid identification cards. International travellers, on the other hand, should take the time to prepare their respective travel documents, including their passport, identification cards and papers, itinerary and flight confirmation, visa requirements (if available), and other necessities. In general, however, everyone is expected to prepare their luggage based on the specifications set by the airline that they are using, and should not bring any prohibited or restricted items within any of the airports and within the aircraft. Everyone should also undergo security checks, and should be prepared to pay any travel tax requirements as mandated by the local government of Thailand. Moreover, it is best to have complete and ample local currencies, so paying for services as such will not be a bother.
What to expect in Bangkok
There is no time difference between the two areas as they both belong to the same time zone in the Pacific area. Climate and weather situations are almost the same too, with the average low playing between 21-24 degrees Celsius and the average high playing between 30-34 degrees Celsius. Be prepared for rains especially in the months of July, August, September, and October, where most days are wet days. Generally, it is hard to estimate price differences between Hat Yai and Bangkok, as there are some items that cost more from one than the other – but the pro tip is to prepare for at least 20-30% more cash than the daily average expenditure from the departure point, so that there will be no payment shocks.
This information is correct as of July 2015.
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