You can find on this page the Bangkok (Krung Thep) airports map to print and to download in PDF. The Bangkok (Krung Thep) airport map presents terminals and gates of the international airport of Bangkok (Krung Thep) in Thailand.

Bangkok (Krung Thep) airports map

Map of Bangkok (Krung Thep) airports

The Bangkok (Krung Thep) airports map shows all the airports around Bangkok (Krung Thep). This airports map of Bangkok (Krung Thep) will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave Bangkok (Krung Thep) in Thailand. The Bangkok (Krung Thep) airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Bangkok (Krung Thep) has two airports, Suvarnabhumi and the much smaller Don Mueang Airport. Suvarnabhumi is the international airport of Bangkok (Krung Thep), while Don Mueang flies mainly domestic routes and to some nearby countries. Suvarnabhumi has the Airport Link Connection, which means there is a BTS connection between the airport and Phaya Thai BTS Station with six stops in total as you can see in Bangkok (Krung Thep) airports map. In the near future, a BTS-line to Don Mueang Airport will be opened.For many tourists, the Airport Link and the good old taxi are the most common ways to get to or from the airport. Unfortunately, Don Mueang does not have the luxury of a BTS line yet. The most common way to get to Don Mueang is by taking a taxi or bus from Mo Chit BTS to the airport. In the next paragraph, you find the most frequently asked questions about these airports.

Most domestic flights from Bangkok (Krung Thep) use the older Don Mueang Airport in Pathum Thani as its mentioned in Bangkok (Krung Thep) airports map. Common destinations include Phuket, Koh Samui, Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Udon Thani, and Khon Kaen. Carriers operating from Don Mueang include the budget airlines of AirAsia, Thai Lion Air, and Nok Air. Thai Smile operates domestic flights from both Don Mueang Airport and Suvarnabhumi Airport, so do double check before making your way to catch your flight. Bangkok (Krung Thep) Airways and Thai Airways are full-service airlines and operate their domestic routes out of Suvarnabhumi Airport. Do not discount flying if your chosen destination does not have an airport; some operators offer combination fly-and-ride (or fly-and-ferry) services, making it quicker to reach places like Koh Phi Phi, Koh Phangan, Koh Tao, Sukhothai, and Surin.

Don Mueang International Airport (Thai: ท่าอากาศยานดอนเมือง — Thai pronunciation: [dɔ̄ːn mɯ̄aŋ]) (IATA: DMK, ICAO: VTBD) is one of two international airports serving Bangkok (Krung Thep), Thailand. The other one being Suvarnabhumi Airport as you can see in Bangkok (Krung Thep) airports map. It was officially opened as a Royal Thai Air Force base on 27 March 1914, although it had been in use earlier. Commercial flights began in 1924. Don Mueang Airport closed in 2006 following the opening of Bangkok (Krung Thep) new Suvarnabhumi Airport, before opening again after renovation on 24 March 2007. Don Mueang was an important hub of Asia and the hub of Thai Airways International prior to its closure. At its peak, it served most air traffic for the entire continent, with 80 airlines operating 160,000 flights and handling over 38,000,000 passengers and 700,000 tons of cargo in 2005. It was then the 18th busiest airport in the world and 2nd in Asia by passenger volume.

Bangkok (Krung Thep) international airport map

Map of Bangkok (Krung Thep) airport gates

The map of Bangkok (Krung Thep) airport presents the main international airport of Bangkok (Krung Thep). This international airport map of Bangkok (Krung Thep) will allow you to determine by which terminal and gate you will arrive or leave Bangkok (Krung Thep) in Thailand. The airport Bangkok (Krung Thep) map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

Suvarnabhumi Airport (Thai: ท่าอากาศยานสุวรรณภูมิ, pronounced [sùwannápʰūːm]) (IATA: BKK, ICAO: VTBS), also known as (New) Bangkok (Krung Thep) International Airport, is an international airport serving Bangkok (Krung Thep), Thailand. It was officially opened for limited domestic flight service on 15 September 2006, and opened for most domestic and all international commercial flights on 28 September. The airport is currently the main hub for Thai Airways International, Bangkok Airways, Orient Thai Airlines, PBair and Thai AirAsia as its shown in Bangkok (Krung Thep) international airport map. The airport is located in Racha Thewa in Bang Phli district, Samut Prakan Province, about 25 km east of downtown Bangkok. The name Suvarnabhumi was chosen by King Bhumibol Adulyadej and refers to the golden kingdom hypothesised to have been located somewhere in Southeast Asia.

Designed by Helmut Jahn of Murphy/Jahn Architects, this airport has the world tallest control tower (132.2 m), and the world third largest single-building airport terminal (563,000 m²) as you can see in Bangkok (Krung Thep) international airport map. Suvarnabhumi is one of the busiest airports in Asia and is also a major air cargo hub. The airport inherited the airport code BKK from Don Mueang after the older airport ceased international flights. A modern motorway connects the airport, Bangkok (Krung Thep), and the heavily industrial Eastern Seaboard of Thailand, where most of the manufacturing for export takes place. The airport has 2 parallel runways (60 m. wide, 4,000 m. and 3700 m. long) and 2 parallel taxiways to accommodate simultaneous departures and arrivals. It has a total of 120 parking bays (51 with contact gates and 69 remote gates) and 5 of these are capable of accommodating the Airbus A380 aircraft. With a capacity of handling 76 flight operations per hour, both international and domestic flights will share the airport terminal but will be assigned to different parts of the concourse.

Suvarnabhumi international Airport of Bangkok (Krung Thep) has 51 air bridges as its mentioned in Bangkok (Krung Thep) international airport map. Additionally, flights are also able to park at remote locations on the ramp, from where airport buses transport passengers to and from the terminal. The construction of the City Airport Terminal in Makkasan and a 28.6 km rapid transit link to the new airport started in July 2005 and are planned for completion in 5 December 2009, after multiple delays. The airport express, informally known as the Pink Line and operated jointly with SRT planned Red Line commuter service, will connect with the BTS Sukhumvit Line (Green Line, Route 1) and MRT Blue Line at Phaya Thai and Phetchaburi stations respectively, offering airport-bound passengers a fast 15-minute limited stop journey from the city. The standard gauge line, forming the eastern section of the Light Red line, will be 28.6 km long and is elevated for most its length, running above existing railway right-of-way, with a short at-grade connection to the airport. Both non-stop Suvarnabhumi Airport Express services and "stopping" Suvarnabhumi Airport City Line commuter services will be operated, with express journeys taking 15 minutes and commuter trips 27 minutes.