AIRFARE TO THAILAND
Airfare to Thailand - Information for TEFL Teachers Thailand
Thailand has been long recognized as a highly preferred destination for the wanderlust. Owing to an array of sensual pleasure for the short term visitors to endless job opportunities for the westerners planning to settle, the country is always buzzing with incomers.
Airfare depends on when you travel-June to August, Christmas, and New Year are peak times. Northwest and United fly to Bangkok from the US, and cost about $1200 round-trip. Cathay Pacific and Thai Airways fly out of LA. Korean Air is a little cheaper than most airlines-$900 to $1000 round-trip. Cheaper travel options are bucket shops, which buy consolidated fares for a lower price. You can also expect low service from these places. Many courier flights from LA and San Francisco cost one-half or two-thirds of the price of normal flights, but there are restrictions on luggage, length of stay, and departure dates. Some places to try are Polo Express in San Francisco, and Now Voyager in New York. Transitions Abroad advertises many courier flights.
The flights that move into Bangkok from international locations include Cathay Pacific, American Airlines, Japan Airlines, Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Swiss, BMI (British Midland), Thai Airways, Lufthansa are always meting out attractive packages and bargain deals on the fares.
The official website of Airport of Thailand Public Company Limited (http://www.airportthai.co.th/main/th) provides a detailed informative study of the airline movement in Thailand.