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Airports in New York
1. John F. Kennedy International Airport
Popularly known as Kennedy Airport, JFK Airport, New York-JFK, or simply JFK or Kennedy, John F. Kennedy International Airport is the primary international airport serving New York City.
The airport is in the neighborhood of Jamaica in the New York City borough of Queens, 16 miles (30 km) southeast of Midtown Manhattan.
2. LaGuardia Airport (LGA)
LaGuardia Airport (IATA: LGA, ICAO: KLGA) is the nearest airport from the center of New York City. The airport is located in the northern part of the New York City borough of Queens in the United States.
The airport ranks as the third busiest airport in New York City after John F. Kennedy International Airport and Newark Liberty International Airport. LaGuardia Airport covers 680 acres (280 ha). The airport has got 4 terminals – A, B, C and D.
Airports in Bangkok, Thailand
1. Suvarnabhumi Airport
Suvarnabhumi Airport (IATA: BKK, ICAO: VTBS), also known unofficially as Bangkok Airport, is one of two international airports serving Bangkok, Thailand. Handling 60 million passengers in 2017, the airport ranked at 21 globally. The airport is hub for Asia Atlantic Airlines, Bangkok Airways, Jet Asia Airways, Thai Airways, Thai Smile and Thai Vietjet Air.
2. Don Mueang International Airport
Don Mueang International Airport (IATA: DMK, ICAO: VTBD) began operational in 27 March 1914. It is honored as one of the world’s oldest international airports. Owned by the Royal Thai Airforce, the airport is hub for New Gen Airways, Nok Air
NokScoot, Siam Air, Thai AirAsia, and Thai Lion Air.
Nonstop Flights from New York to Bangkok
Sorry. No carriers operate any nonstop flight to Bangkok from New York. So the only way to reach your dream destination is book a flight ticket with a connecting flight.
Connecting (1-Stop Flight) from New York to Bangkok
An array of carriers operate one-stop flights to Bangkok from New York. Flights are only available from JFK to BKK. In terms of airlines, you have many choices as listed below.
- China Eastern Airlines
- Turkish Airlines
- Qatar Airways
- Cathay Pacific
- Etihad Airways
- China Southern Airlines
- Air China
- Swiss International
- Austrian Airlines
- American Airlines
- All Nippon Airways
- United Airlines
- British Airways
- Thai Airways International
No airlines operate from LaGuardia Airport (IATA: LGA). Bangkok is served by flagship carriers only. No budget carriers operate between NYC and BKK. Beijing – PEK, Tokyo – NRT, or Tokyo – HND usually serve as the layover airport.
How Long is the Flight to Bangkok from New York?
The flight distance between Bangkok and New York is 8,667 miles/13948 km and the estimated flight time is 17 hours 50 minutes. Important: Bangkok is 11 hours ahead of New York. So you always reach the next day to your destination. Keep in mind the layover duration involved in the travel, which may further extend your travel time.
How to Book Cheap Flights from New York to Bangkok?
We help you book your cheap airline tickets to Bangkok from New York. However, you may maximize the savings by following some travel hacks.
1. Identify the cheapest day of the week to fly in Bangkok
If you are flexible with your travel dates, traveling on a mid-weekday may result in extra savings. You understand the fact that picturesque Bangkok is one of the most visited places on the planet, and locals and visitors alike take the opportunity to make the most of their weekends.
2. Identify the cheapest time of the day to fly in Bangkok
Book a redeye flight from JFK to BKK to save more on your flight ticket. Undeniably you need to sacrifice some sleep. If you don’t have kids particularly toddlers, this could be an ideal way to save some money.
3. Identify the cheapest months of the year to fly in Bangkok
August to October are the cheapest months to fly in Bangkok. The upper temperature remains in lows of the 90s and lower in the highs of 70s. Find more Bangkok air travel deals and travel guide.
4. Budget Vs Full-Service Airlines
Though there are no budget carriers on this route, you can save money by going with the best air travel deals. As the route is served by multiple airlines, you have multiple choices. Make sure you don’t postpone your booking for the eleventh hour. Airlines open their booking window 331 days in advance of the flight departure date, so it’s wise to confirm your Bangkok air ticket at your earliest.