Chiang Mai International Airport is the gateway to Northern Thailand, serving over 10 airlines which deliver more than 2 million passengers a year.
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Address : 60 Sanambin Road, Sutep Subdistrict,Muang District, Chiang Mai ProvinceWebsite : http //www.airportthai.co.th/chiang_mai/en/home.php
Buses to Chiang Mai depart regularly from Kampaeng Phet 2 Northen bus station. Bus will take you on the 10-hour journey from Bangkok can be made on air-conditioned coaches and non-airconditioned uses originating from the Northern Bus
Terminal on Bangkok's Kampaeng Phet 2 Road
(Tel: 0-2936-3600 or 0-2937-8055)
Available near the limousine counter. Tickets are sold at the limousine desk in the passenger hall, 1st floor, opposite the international and domestic arrival lounge.
Air-conditioned trains make the 750 kilometer journey to ChiangMai.The State Railways of Thailand (Tel: 1690 or 0-2223-7020) operates daily services from Bangkok's Hualumphong Railway Station including a popular overnight sleeper.
For any enquiries and assistance, simply approach the airport officers at the Airport Information Counter. Banking Service Currency Exchange counters are opposite the international arrival lounge. Automatic Teller Machines are also available throughout the airport.
On the 2nd floor, Thai Airways International restaurant serves Thai and European food. In addition, snack bars are located throughout the terminal.
Service First Aid is located on the 2nd floor.
Service hours are between 08.00 a.m. and 11.00 p.m.
Tour Service Reservation
Two counters for hotel reservation can be found in the passenger hall, 1st floor.
Thai Airways(Tel:1566 or 0-2280-0060) operates daily flights between Bangkok and Chiang Mai and flights between Chiang Mai and other northern Thai cities.
Bangkok Airways has two daily flights connecting Chiang Mai with Bangkok. In addition, they have daily flights servicing the Chiang Mai-Sukhothai route. For more information, contact the Bangkok office at tel. 02-265-5555 or 02-265-5678.
Phuket Air offers two daily shuttle service flights from Chiang Mai to Chiang Rai with YS-11 aircraft. The journey takes only 40 minutes. For more information, call their Bangkok Office: 66 (0)2-679-8999 or their Chiang Mai Office 66 (0)5-392 2118-9
Apart from Bangkok-Chiang Mai flights, Nok Air also operates flights between Chiang Mai and Udon Thani twice a week. To contact Nok Air call 1318 or visit www.nokair.co.th for reservations.
Orient Thai Airlines, call 02 267 2999
Tickets are sold at the limousine desk in the passenger hall, 1st floor, opposite the international and domestic arrival lounge.
can trace their belongings at the Thai Airways International Counter on the 1st floor and the office of each airline company.For tracking lost belongings please contact the airport information counter. Left Luggage the counter is located on the 1st floor. Baggage Claim: There are 5 sets of conveyor belts of which 3 sets are in the domestic and international arrival lounge and 2 sets are available for transit/transfer passengers.
Total area 12,884 m² Capacity 447 vehicles.