BKK arrivals today
Address: 999 Moo 1 Nong Prue, Bang Phli, Samut Prakan, 10540, Thailand
IATA airport code: BKK
ICAO airport code: VTBS
Alias: Suvarnabhumi Airport and New Bangkok International Airport
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport arrivals
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport is Thailand’s busiest and largest airport. It is not yet such an old airport and was taken into use in 2006 to take over the other airport at Bangkok (Don Mueang), especially international air traffic. The airport is a little further away than the other at about 20 miles away. By taxi, the ride to the center usually takes 30-45 minutes and costs about 400-500 baht. There are also Bangkok BKK arrivals by train from Phaya Thai Station. If you travel by bus, you can take the Airport Bus S1 if you are staying near Khao San Road. It runs every 30 minutes from 6am to 8pm.
The airport has 1 large terminal. It ranks fourth among the largest terminals in the world. With 7 concourses it has many directions that it is going up. Started at the main section, basement level is for when you want to travel by train. So here is the train station. Level 1 is for if you want to travel by bus or taxi. Level 2 consists of domestic and international Suvarnabhumi arrivals. This is also where transfers and some services take place. Level 3 is for the VIP and passenger loungers, shopping, prayer rooms and restaurants. Level 4 is for departure from Bangkok Airport. Here are also the check-in counters. At levels 5 and 6 there are services and level 7 is an observation deck for beautiful views including the runways. There are currently 2 runways for the Bangkok Airport Arrivals. Due to the rapid growth of the airport, the terminal is currently being expanded and a third runway is being built. As a result, there will be a capacity of 125 million passengers per year in order to compete with the largest (busiest) airport in the world, Atlanta Airport.
65,424,564 passengers passed through Suvarnabhumi Airport in 2019. That was 380,052 Suvarnabhumi Airport arrivals. That was again more than the year before. It can also continue to grow because of the expansions at the airport.
Airlines and Routes
Most international Bangkok Suvarnabhumi arrivals come from Hong Kong with the airlines Thai Airways and Cathay Pacific. Singapore comes in second with Singapore Airlines, but also Thai Airways. In 3rd place is Seoul-Incheon which is a popular route among the airlines because it is offered by 5-7 airlines. To complete the top 10: Taipei, Dubai, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Ho Chi Minh City, Tokyo-Haneda, Manila. For the most part, the same destinations can also be seen a lot in the cargo volume list.
Domestic Bangkok arrivals BKK are also available and mainly operated by Thai airlines: Bangkok Airways, Thai Smile, Thai Airways and Thai Viet Jet. Most of these flights go to Chiang Mai or Phuket followed by Samui, Chiang Rai and Krabi.