Suvarnabhumi Bangkok Airport – Terminal

Bangkok has two airports, Don Mueang and Suvarnabhumi, being the second the largest of them, serving as the primary international airport of the city and the region. It is located about 25 kilometers east of Bangkok city centre.

The domestic terminal officially opened in 2006 and later on for most of the domestic and international flights that hosts nowadays.

Bangkok Airport has a single terminal for both domestic and international flights. Since it is one of the biggest airport terminals in the world, it may be quite confusing to navigate through.

It is the main hub for Thai Airways International, Bangkok Airways and Orient Thai Airways.

It counts with the world’s tallest control tower (about 132.2 metres) and the world’s fourth largest single terminal building (563,00 sq m).

It is the sixth busiest airport in Asia and the transfer airport to reach any destination of South East Asia.

In 2012 Bangkok Airport Terminal became the most photographed place in the world in Instagram due to its unique and spectacular design: long tubular corridors of steel and glass. 

The airport has 7 concourses in total.

Transport between terminals

To transfer from a domestic to an international flight: There are plenty of services available prior to board your flight such as Spa& Massage, Barber Salon, Day Room, Restaurants, among others.

To transfer from an international to a domestic flight:

- If you have a boarding pass you can skip the Transfer Check-in counter. (if you don’t have it, please go after disembarkation to the second level to the transfer check-in counter).

- In case you need to connect to the following provinces (Chiangrai, Chiangmai, Phuket, Hatyai, Samui or Krabi), please go to Customs Check and pass the X-ray machine, then you’ll have to wait for boarding in the hold rooms of concourse A. If you have a boarding pass in possession you can skip the Transfer Check-in counter.

- To connect with other provinces, please pass through the passport control on level 2 concourse D, pick up your luggage and go to Domestic and International Departures on level 4 at the ticket check-in and pass security control to later proceed to boarding in concourse A.

To Transfer from an international flights to another international flights: After landing, please proceed to level 2, pass security control on levels 2 or 3 and ho over rooms in concourses D, E, F or G.


The Terminal has 7 levels as it follows:

- Basement level: Hosts the connection between the airport and Bangkok city centre by rail and services such as currency exchange.

- Level 1: Houses road transportation such as bus, van and taxis and also a rest area.

- Level 2: This level is for Domestic and International Arrivals including the following services: health inspection, currency exchange, VISA counter, baggage services, federal inspection, customs clearance and baggage claim belts (1 to 23).

- Level 3: The third level is dedicated to host passenger lounges and VIP rooms, among other amenities like prayer rooms, currency exchange services, shopping, restaurants, book shop, souvenir shop, duty-free shops.

- Level 4: On the fourth level there are the Domestic and International Departures. It is the main lounge for Thai Airways premium passenger services, information counters, check-in counters (A to W) and access to concourse A to G. Domestic check-in: Rows B to C. International departures: Rows D to W.

- Level 5: Star Alliance and Thai Airways offices are located in this level.

- Level 6: Hosts the one-stop service centre.

- Level 7: Hosts the observation deck, which is accessible for everyone who wish to get magnificent views of the airport.


Find attached the Airlines operating in the terminal:

- Aeroflot
- Air Astana
- Air Austral
- Air China
- Air France
- Air India
- Air Macau
- All Nippon Airways
- Asia Atlantic Airlines
- Azur Air
- Bangkok Airways
- Beijing Capital Airlines
- Biman Bangladesh Airlines
- Bhutan Airlines
- British Airways
- Cambodia Angkor Air
- Cathay Pacific
- Cebu Pacific
- China Airlines
- China Eastern Airlines
- China Southern Airlines
- Druk Air
- Eastar Jet
- EgyptAir
- El AI
- Emirates
- Ethiopian Airlines
- Etihad Airways
- Eurowings
- EVA Air
- Finnair
- Flydubai
- Garuda Indonesia
- Gulf air
- Hainan Airlines
- Hebei Airlines
- Hong Kong Airlines
- IndiGo
- Japan Airlines
- Jeju Air
- Jet Airways
- Jet Asia Airways
- Jetstar Airways
- Jetstar Asia Airways
- Jetstar Pacific Airlines
- Jin Air
- Juneyao Airlines
- Kenya Airways
- Korean Air
- Kuwait Airways
- Lao Airlines
- LOT Polish Airlines
- Lucky Air
- Lufthansa
- Mahan Air
- Malaysia Airlines
- Myanmar Airways International
- Myanmar National Airlines
- Nepal Airlines
- Nordwind Airlines
- Norwegian Air Shuttle
- Okay Airways
- Oman Air
- Orient Thai Airlines
- Peach
- Pegas Fly
- Philippine Airlines
- Qantas
- Qatar Airways
- Regent Airways
- Royal Brunei Airlines
- Royal Flight
- S7 Airlines
- Shandong Airlines
- Shanghai Airlines
- Shenzhen Airlines
- Sichuan Airlines
- Singapore Airlines
- SpiceJet
- Spring Airlines
- SriLankan Airlines
- Swiss International Air Lines
- Thai Airways
- Thai Smile
- Thai Vietjet Air
- Tigerair
- Turkish Airlines
- Turkmenistan Airlines
- T’way Airlines
- Ukraine International Airlines
- Ural Airlines
- US-Bangla Airlines
- Uzbekistan Airways
- VietJet Air
- Vietman Airlines
- XiamenAir


The following services are offered in the Terminal:

- Free Wi-Fi connection
- Baby care rooms
- Smoking allowed areas
- Prayer rooms
- Transit hotel (sleep boxes)
- Medical centre
- Baggage service
- Airlines lounges
- Disabled services: wheelchair and buggy rental services available
- Toilets
- Showers
- Business facilities
- Hajj facilities
- Self-service check-in
- Post services
- Visa on arrival
- Luggage storage
- Mobile phone services
- Internet Café

Other services offered:

- Spa & Massage
- Day Room Hotel: Located in concourse G
- Barber Salon
- Area Tour
- VIP area


On the seventh floor you can find the Observation Deck, where you will be able to get a panoramic scene of the airport and surroundings. We recommend you to take a look at it since it is worth to see.