Kolkata to Bangkok Flights ( 6 flights found )

Cheap Flights From Kolkata to Bangkok

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Flight tickets from Kolkata to Bangkok

  • SpiceJet 83
  • 12:05 AM
    04:10 AM
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  • All Nippon Airways 5948
  • 12:20 AM
    04:15 AM
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  • Thai Airways 314
  • 12:20 AM
    04:15 AM
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  • Thai Airasia 121
  • 02:15 AM
    06:45 AM
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  • IndiGo 75
  • 10:45 AM
    02:40 PM
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  • Druk Air 120
  • 12:20 PM
    04:20 PM
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Known for its floating markets and gleaming temples, Bangkok is a favorite tourist hot-spot. Exploring this city is quite an adventure, but booking tickets for the trip may not be as interesting. With Cleartrip’s easy-to-use website, you may book tickets conveniently and also avail of exciting deals.

Flights from Kolkata to Bangkok are available from SpiceJet, All Nippon Airways, Thai Airways, Thai Airasia, IndiGo, and Druk Air.

This particular route has approximately 35 flights that fly each week. Of these, SpiceJet, All Nippon Airways, Thai Airways, Thai Airasia, IndiGo, and Druk Air.

SpiceJet 83 is the first flight that leaves from Kolkata to Bangkok at 12:05 AM. The last flight is Druk Air 120, which leaves at 12:20 PM.

One-way flights to this destination are more expensive than round trip ones. Connecting flights could take an average of 25 hours 30 minutes, depending on the number of layovers. Non-stop flights, on the other hand, could take an average of 2 hours 30 minutes.

The two cities share a time difference of 1 hour 30 minutes. The local time in Bangkok falls in the GMT+7 zone.

You will board your flight from the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport, located in the Dum Dum area of Kolkata. The IATA code of this airport is CCU. Facilities available at this airport include car rentals, lost and found services for luggage, duty-free shops, banks, and assistance for disabled passengers.

You could land at either the Suvarnabhumi Airport or Don Muang Airport in Bangkok. The IATA codes for these airports are BKK and BMK respectively. Suvarnabhumi Airport serves as the main international airport in the city, and handles most of the passenger flight traffic.

The Suvarnabhumi Airport functions with a single integrated terminal. Travelers may be assured of a comfortable visit, because this airport offers facilities like currency exchange, free Wi-Fi, and luggage storage services.

Tourists will be in for quite an experience, because Singapore has diverse attractions to enthrall them. Places of interest include The Golden Mount, Chao Phraya River, Lumbini Park, and Wat Suthat. For shopping fanatics, Terminal 21 is a must visit.

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Information of Kolkata Bangkok Flight

Aerial distance 1611 KM
Total flights from Kolkata to Bangkok in a week 35 flights
First Flight SpiceJet 83 , departs at 12:05 AM
Last Flight Druk Air 120 , departs at 12:20 PM
Popular Airlines from Kolkata to Bangkok SpiceJet, All Nippon Airways, Thai Airways, Thai Airasia, IndiGo, and Druk Air
Shortest Time of flights from Kolkata to Bangkok 02h 25m
Airport codes flights from Kolkata to Bangkok Kolkata-CCU,Bangkok-DMK
Time of Kolkata to Bangkok flights 03h 00m

Kolkata Bangkok Cheap Flights

Kolkata Bangkok Cheap Flights Fare ₹ Airlines Name Date of journey Timings
Cheapest Fare within 30 days ₹5501* SpiceJet 03/03/2019 12:03 AM-04:03 AM Book Now

About Kolkata (CCU)

Kolkata, the capital of West Bengal, is known for its colonial architecture, cultural festivals and art galleries. Also, referred as the ‘City of Joy’, Kolkata will charm you with its old world heritage and culture.

With a rich historic legacy, Kolkata’s importance to the country remains undiminished to this day. The city is a celebration of Bengali culture, but it is also a hub of commerce and industry. Recently, Kolkata has emerged as the nucleus of the IT industry in the state and is home to several leading national and multi-national IT companies. The city also has a lot to offer to those who are on the lookout for entertainment and leisure.

Kolkata is easily accessible and well connected not just with other cities in the country, but with various international locations, as it is home to the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International (NSCBI) Airport. Located in the Dum Dum region, the airport is roughly 15 km from the city center. The Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International (NSCBI) Airport is one of the busiest airports in India in terms of passenger traffic. The airport features only a single integrated terminal for all the flights and it is referred to as Terminal 2.

It is easy to access the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International (NSCBI) Airport as it is well connected by local transport. Buses ply at regular intervals between the airport and other areas. You can even use the special luxury bus services that ply between the airport and the city. If you prefer private transport, you can book a pre-paid cab, radio cab or Kolkata’s famous yellow cabs.

Be wary in case you are traveling to Kolkata during the monsoon season, as the Dum Dum area experiences bad weather that affects flight schedules.

About Bangkok (BKK)

The capital city of Thailand, Bangkok boasts of a rich history and it instantly evokes images of an exotic orient, but it is so much more. Bangkok is a commercial hub, a religious city and the center of Thai culture; it is among Asia's most popular tourist destinations. It is here that tradition and modernity collide to produce a truly harmonious blend of cultures.

Bangkok is known for its active nightlife, oriental architecture, rich culture, and its eclectic street life. Situated on the banks of the Chao Phraya River, and once the seat of the Ayutthaya and Chakri dynasties, today Bangkok features among the topmost urban spaces in the world. Explore the old neighborhoods of Khao San Road and Chinatown to add a local flavor to your experience.

Getting in and out of the city is fairly easy, as Bangkok is home to not one, but two international airports; Suvarnabhumi Airport and the Don Mueang International Airport. The Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) is located in the Bang Phil District of the Samut Prakan Province, at a distance of approximately 30 kilometers from downtown Bangkok. It operates from a single terminal and is one of world’s largest single terminal airports.

The Don Mueang International Airport (BMK) is one of the world’s busiest international airports. It served as the main international airport before Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport took over as the main airport.

Both airports are accessible by road via public buses, car rental services, and taxis. There is a free shuttle bus service that also runs between Don Mueang International Airport and Suvarnabhumi International Airport.


  1. Do airlines provide extra space for sleeping?

    Many of the Business class airlines provide extra space for sleeping.

  2. Can I carry my own food?

    Yes you can carry your own food. However, it should be properly packed.

  3. Will I be served alcohol on a Kolkata to Bangkok flight?

    No airline serves alcohol on a domestic flight. You will get alcohol in only international flights

  4. Is there web check-in option available with Kolkata to Bangkok flight?

    Yes, passenger do get a web check-in option with their Kolkata to Bangkok flight via online web check-in or airport check-in.

  5. Can I book budget hotels near Bangkok Airport through the Internet? 

    Yes, one can book budget hotels near the airport via Cleartrip hotels option

  6. Does Kolkata Airport have nappy changing facility for babies?

    Yes, the newly developed Kolkata Airport has such facilities for babies and infants.