You can find the flight to Thailand from Prague airports.
Prague Vclav Havel Airport or Vclav Havel Airport Prague (IATA: PRG, ICAO: LKPR) located 10 kilometers (6 mi) west of the city center, is the operator of the most important international airport in the Czech Republic. It is the biggest airport among the new EU member states. The airport has two main passenger terminals, two general aviation terminals, as well as a cargo facility. Most flights take off from the North Terminals (North 1 and North 2). A few irregular flights, as well as VIP flights, special flights and small aircrafts are operated in the South Terminals (South 1 and South 2).
As most international flights arrive in Thailand's capital city, Bangkok, travellers should be aware that there are two international airports near the city, Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and Don Mueang Airport.
Low-cost airlines such as AirAsia operate mainly to and from Bangkok's Don Mueang Airport (DMK), connecting the country's capital to domestic airports throughout Thailand. For this reason, it can sometimes be cheaper to fly into Bangkok first before travelling to your final destination.
Q. When is the best time to book flights to Thailand?
Aim to have your flight tickets secured at least four months in advance to give yourself a chance of finding the cheapest flights to Thailand. If you can then book them even further ahead, especially if your dates coincide with a major event or the peak season.
Once you’ve narrowed down your destination by choosing a city, usually either Bangkok or Chiang Mai, you’ll be able to figure out what dates offer the cheapest flights to Thailand and go from there.
Flexibility is the key to securing discounted flight tickets so if you’re not governed by a particular set of weeks or to a specific location then you’ll give yourself the best chances of finding the cheapest flights to Thailand.
Don’t worry too much about which side of the plane to sit on as each has their benefits and offer equally impressive view through your flight.
Q. How long is the flight to Thailand?
It takes approximately 17h 29m to get from Prague to Thailand, including transfers.
The distance between Prague and Thailand is 8490 km.
Q. What are the most popular airlines that fly from Czech Republic to Thailand?
CSA, KLM, Emirates and six other airlines offer flights from Prague Airport to Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Q. Where should I fly to in Thailand if I’d like to visit the northern part of the country?
If you want to visit Thailand's north, including the "Golden Triangle" region near the borders with Laos and Myanmar, you need to take a flight to Bangkok then you can take a flight to Chiang Mai.
Q. Where should I fly if I’m visiting Phuket beaches and Thailand’s islands?
Phuket Island does have its own international airport. Phuket International Airport (HKT) is at the very north of the island, about 1h from the city of Phuket. However, it can be expensive to fly to Phuket, so many tourists travelling on a budget fly into Bangkok and take public transport to Phuket.
From Phuket, you can take a boat to many of the most popular islands such as Ko Phi Phi, the Similan Islands, or the Racha islands.
Keep in mind, however, that this is more than a 10h journey.
Q. How much does it cost to fly to Thailand?
The price ticket ranges from $600 to $1,000 depending on your flight route and date.
We recommend using some online ticket booking platform (Kayak, Cheapflights, or SkyScanner) to look for the cheapest flight possible according to your travel plan. They do have alert system when there is the price change on your travel date
Here is how to get the cheapest flight possible to Thailand