Thailand is no longer a mystery but every year, dozens of millions of people still can’t resist its enticement to pay a visit to discover. With 40,717 astonishing temples, 20,000 years of rich history and culture, 147 national parks, 58 wildlife sanctuaries, 120 forest parks, sunshine all year-round, and some of the most luxurious resorts in the world, it’s no surprise when many travelers keep coming back the Land of Smile again and again.
Flying isn’t the only way to get to Thailand from the U.S. You can combine a cruise with land transportation like train and bus. This is an interesting voyage, but (there is always a ‘but’) you need at least three months for your journey: 30 days (or more) to get to Thailand and other 30 days to return. You also need a budget of about $5,000US for transport only.
Those people who can’t afford that long holiday (I sure many of us can’t), a flight is certainly the best choice. If you do a search, you will see 30 airplanes providing air transport from over 80 airports to Bangkok, Phuket, Koh Samui, Chiang Mai, Krabi, Hat Yai, and Trat of Thailand (most of them fly to Suvarnabhumi Airport of Bangkok.) These airlines launch their own routes or combine with others to offer a thousand of flights each day in the main airports such as John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), and San Francisco International Airport (BOS). When referring to a 20-hour flight, not only the appropriate time but also ticket price, reasonable route, stop airport and the like. All are needed to consider.
Have been working for nearly 10 years in the tourism industry and created Thailand tours to thousands of American customers, we fully understand your concerns. This infographic is designed with a hope to give you more knowledge about how an U.S-Thailand flight route conducted. Therefore, you can save the time to plan your trip and learn more about the destinations (or you can visit our website to read many useful articles about Thailand). Only the most favored and safest airlines, as well as the best combinations of price and speed, are displayed on the infographic. We want to make sure you have a comfortable journey.
For more complete information, please look up our E-book that includes flights of 30 airlines on many airports and a lot of useful information about flying to Thailand. It has all routes, transit time, transit-stops and their facilities, flight time, safety rating of airlines, a comparison between facilities of Business Class vs Premium Economy Class, pieces of practical advice from our luxury customers to choose a flight, and many, many more.