Chiang Mai International Airport
IATA airport code: CNX
Address: 60 Mahidol Rd, Su Thep, Amphoe Mueang Chiang Mai, Chang Wat Chiang Mai 50200, Thailand
Callcenter: (66)2132 – 1888
Focus city: Bangkok Airways, Nok Air, Thai AirAsia, and Thai Smile
Facilities: 1 runway and 2 terminals
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Chiang Mai International Airport is an important airport for the north of the country of Thailand. There are many tourists who fly this route for the sights but also the locals for all kinds of reasons.
Top routes from CNX
- BKK – Bangkok
- DMK – Bangkok
- HKT – Phuket
- KKC – Khon Kaen
- HDY – Hat Yai
- URT – Surat Thani
- SIN – Singapore
- KBV – Krabi
- UTH – Udon Thani
- HGN – Mae Hong Son
The airport is just a few miles from Chiang Mai city. Most chosen option with Chiang Mai departures is by taxi which is a 15 minute ride. You can go for an Uber as well. The price for the taxi is approximately 150-200 THB. Traveling to the center by bus is also possible and much cheaper.
Chiang Mai terminals
When you arrive at the airport you will see that it is not very big. Yet there are many million passengers a year who come here. Most Chiang Mai departures go to Bangkok. The airport has a terminal that consists of two parts. One is for the international routes and the other for the domestic routes. The layout is otherwise the same in both parts. On the ground floor, the baggage reclaim areas are next to the check-in counters to start your journey. The CNX departures therefore start on the ground floor but then at level 1 where you come through security. At level 1, the gates are for boarding and starting your flight to probably Bangkok or one of the beach destinations.
Flight routes Chiang Mai
The Chiang Mai airport departures to Bangkok are by far the most popular. Bangkok is often also used as a hub for onward travel to Chiang Mai from international destinations. The airlines you fly with is depending on the flight route: Bangkok – Don Mueang or Bangkok – Suvarnabhumi.
- Bangkok Don Mueang largely offers flights via low cost airlines such as Air Asia, NOK Air, Thai Lion Air.
- Chiang Mai departures with Thai Vietjet Air, Thai Smile and Thai Airways often go to Bangkok – Suvarnabhumi.
Other frequently flown domestic routes are to Krabi, Pattaya and Phuket.
There are also international Chiang Mai airport departures but not much as much as from Bangkok. The most frequent flights are to:
The total number of passengers flying through Chiang Mai Airport was over 11 million in 2019. All these flights are processed through the single runway of 11 thousand feet long.