If planning a trip to Bangkok from Kolkata in the near future for a business or leisure trip, then you will be glad to know that there are 5 Kolkata to Bangkok flights, on a daily basis. These flights are available from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU) to Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) – the main airport of Thailand. Airlines that offer their service on this route are IndiGo, Thai Airways, SpiceJet, Bhutan Airlines, Air India, Bangkok Airways and Biman Bangladesh. Below are the details of these flights and their in-flight services that will help you to choose one among them for your journey.
This low-cost carrier offers flights between these two cities at 11:00 am and 8:40 pm. Flight IndiGo 6E 75 departs from CCU at 11:00 am and reaches BKK at 3:00 pm while IndiGo 6E 77 departs from CCU at 8:40 am and reaches BKK at 12:45 am. It operates Airbus A320-200 aircraft model on all its routes, including this one. Aircraft of this airline only have Economy Class seating with a buy-on board meal programme. There is non-availability of on-board entertainment system. However, the carrier runs a duty-free programme on board; details of which can be known from its in-flight catalogue Hello 6E.
This flag carrier of Thailand offers its service from CCU to BKK at 1:55 am on all days. The arrival time of this Thai 314 flight in BKK is at 5:50 am.Thai Airways uses Airbus and Boeing aircraft models for its operations. Passengers can choose from its three cabin classes, namely Royal First Class, Economy Class and Royal Silk Class for their seating. In-flight Audio-Video on Demand (AVOD) touchscreens are offered to passengers for their entertainment. Complimentary meal service featuring various cuisine can be availed on its flights.
Low-cost carrier SpiceJet operates the first flight for the day from CCU to BKK. The SpiceJet 83 leaves the former airport at 12:05 am and reaches the latter airport at 4:10 am. This airline operates Boeing and Bombardier aircraft on its network, which includes 34 domestic and 6 international destinations. In terms of entertainment, it offers an on-board magazine called SpiceRoute. Passengers who opt for Spice Add-ons programme get a number of benefits, including in-flight meals, priority bag-out first service and extra baggage allowance. Another of its programmes called SpiceMax offers seats with extra legroom and priority check-in service. It is to be noted that these programmes need to be availed at the time of flight booking. You can check with the carrier, whether you can do the same at the time of check-in as well.
This carrier offers a daily single service (Bhutan Airlines 700) from CCU (11:50 am) to BKK (3:55 pm). It operates Airbus A319 aircraft for its services from New Delhi, Kolkata, Bangkok and Kathmandu. The carrier offers basic facilities on all its aircraft for the safety and convenience of its passengers.
Air India, Bangkok Airways and Biman Bangladesh offer connecting flights from CCU to BKK, with a stopover at the Bangladesh capital – Dhaka. The journey on this route takes more than 4 hour 30 minutes. Since these three are full-fledged carriers, complimentary onboard services are offered on their flights.
Based on this information, you can choose from any of these 7 airlines to make your reservations on Kolkata to Bangkok flights. Tickets for this route can be booked with any of the leading online travel agencies.