Suvarnabhumi Airport to Sukhothai @ flight Oct 28, 2017

From Suvarnabhumi Airport to Sukhothai by flight

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Book Tickets from Suvarnabhumi Airport to Sukhothai Online

Where do you book tickets Suvarnabhumi Airport - Sukhothai? How long is the Suvarnabhumi Airport - Sukhothai route? It takes on average 1h 15m by flight, depending on operator and vehicle. The route is going over a distance of 392 km. Having 3 departures to Sukhothai, 12go gives a choice of 1 operators for Suvarnabhumi Airport - Sukhothai route. Earliest departure goes at 07:00, while the latest is 17:00 local Thailand time.

Operators serving the route Suvarnabhumi Airport - Sukhothai are Bangkok Air. Cheap ticket for Suvarnabhumi Airport - Sukhothai by flight is ฿ 1,795 (US $ 54.13) by Bangkok Air (1h 15m), while most expensive fare and presumably best would be ฿ 1,795 (US $ 54.13) by Bangkok Air which takes 1h 15m on schedule. Some operators provide snacks, others stop at a foodcourt on the road (some also include it in the ticket price).

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02 October 2017

Authorities in Sukhothai use sandbags to plug holes in floodwall

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01 August 2017

Thai minister says northern rainfall unlikely to trigger major floods

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01 June 2017