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Airlines Serving Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport

As the secondary airport in Thailand's largest city, Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport receives service mostly from Thai regional airline companies. This airport is used for flights within Thailand and some surrounding Asian countries. There is limited service at Don Mueang International Airport because the Suvarnabhumi Airport offers international service in Bangkok.

When it comes to domestic and international service at Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport, Thai AirAsia is the best option for passengers. This low cost airline is based in Bangkok and it has been formed as part of a business venture with AirAsia, a major Malaysian low cost carrier. Thai AirAsia operates a busy network of domestic routes between Bangkok and some of the largest cities in Thailand. Chiang Mai, Chaing Rai, Hat Yai, Phuket, Surat Thani, and Udon Thani are easily accessible on a daily basis via this major Thai airline.

Thai AirAsia also offers more international flights from Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport than any other airline company. Bangalore, Chennai, and Kolkata are some of the largest cities in India that can be accessed via direct Thai AirAsia flights. Major cities within the People's Republic of China such as Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Shenzhen, Wuhan, and Xi'an are part of the regional international service offered by this busy Thai carrier. Additionally, Thai AirAsia also connects Bangkok with the two special administrative provinces within China, which are Hong Kong and Macau.

Passengers can also board Thai AirAsia flights to other important Asian cities like Ho Chi Minh City, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta, Mandalay, Phnom Penh, Seoul and Singapore.

The second best option for domestic service at Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport is offered by Nok Air. This Thai low cost airline is also based in Bangkok and it offers non-stop flights to more than ten cities within Thailand. Nok Mini, also known as SGA Airlines, also offer additional domestic operations at Bangkok's secondary airport. Solar Air and Orient Thai Airlines are other domestic airlines that offer limited service between Bangkok and several destinations within Thailand.

Being affiliated with Thai AirAsia, the Malaysian AirAsia company naturally serves Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport. As the largest low fare carrier in Asia, the Malaysian airline invites Bangkok's passengers to the company's home base in Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Another AirAsia affiliate also serves Bangkok Don Mueang International Airport. Indonesia AirAsia offers low cost service to major Indonesian destinations such as Jakarta, Medan, and Surabaya.

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