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People with limited mobility are welcome to use the free wheelchair services provided by the airline's staff once they arrive at Don Mueang International Airport. People with eyesight difficulties can also need help getting from the plane to the cab. To ensure easy access to these services when your flight lands at DMK, you must request them well in advance.
Most of the airlines serving flights to Thailand make one or two stops. Air Canada and ANA are the most popular airlines that make one stop, with Vancouver International Airport (YVR) being the layover airport. For those that make two stops, Narita International Airport (NRT) and YVR serve as the layover airports.
Canadian passport holders who plan to stay in Thailand for less than 30 days for tourism purposes do not need a visa. Your passport should be valid for at least 6 months after the date of departure and you may be asked to provide proof of onward or return travel within those 30 days. If you wish to stay for up to 60 days, you can get a multiple entry tourist visa prior to your departure. Be aware that Thai immigration has strict rules about the physical condition of passports. If your passport has any kind of defects such as missing pages or scribbles, you might be denied entry into Thailand.
While there are no direct flights from Canada to Thailand, many national carriers offer flights with only one layover when leaving from major Canadian airports such as Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ), Vancouver Airport (YVR) and Montreal Airport (YUL). Air Canada offers flights to Thailand, usually with a stop-over at either Seoul Incheon Airport (ICN) or Hong Kong International Airport (HKG). Major European carriers such as British Airways and Lufthansa fly from Canada to Thailand with a layover in one of their respective European hubs.
For travellers who want to skip Thailand's capital city and head south to the beautiful beaches, consider flying into Phuket International Airport (HKT). 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. Airlines such as Air Canada and Cathay Pacific offer one-stop flights from major Canadian airports to Phuket.
If you want to skip Bangkok and visit Thailand's north, including the "Golden Triangle" region near the borders with Laos and Myanmar, consider flying into Chiang Mai International Airport (CNX). Airlines such as EVA Air and Cathay Pacific offer one-stop flights from major Canadian airports to Chiang Mai with a layover in one of their hubs in Asia.
An average direct flight from Canada to Thailand takes 27h 38m, covering a distance of 20730 km. The most popular route is Vancouver - Bangkok with an average flight time of 16h 25m.
The cheapest ticket to Thailand from Canada found in the last 72 hours was C$ 950 one-way, and C$ 1,172 round-trip. The most popular route is Vancouver Intl to Bangkok Suvarnabhumi and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was C$ 1,425.
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I got overhead space as I was worried since I was in the second to last boarding group. More snacks and options for my 5 plus hours flight.
I don't know why, but maybe they did over book. So I couldn't ride on my flight. There compensation wasn't bad, however I arrived over 1hr late and different terminal at Narita. I needed to move to terminal 2 to 1 for pick up my wifi which I ordered.
For the price i paid, everything should’ve been better! The food on the flight from Montreal to Frankfurt was very very poor. The selection of movies and tv shows was terrible. All that for 1800CAD? If It was less i would’ve understood but almost 2000CAD for one my worst flights ever? … also you overbooked and started asking people to give up their seats .. seriously? i’m sorry Lufthansa you need to do better. Thank you for taking me to my destination safe and sound, but in the future i won’t book flights longer than 3hours with you. Sincerely, a very disappointed customer.
My flight was canceled as I was on my way to the airport. Was on hold with Air Canada for 45 minutes and was cut off:(
The US Customs/immigration step at Montreal creates a mess. Your checked bag must be xrayed and cleared to enter "U.S soil" (which is still in Canada) which makes for huge delays, confusion and mishandling of bags. My carry-on, which I checked at the gate at Air Canada's request, never got cleared. So I arrived in Atlanta where my bag was not at baggage claim. Nor was there an agent to make a claim to, and it was not even 5 p.m. I had to go all the way up to the Air Canada check in desk in the International Terminal to try to find an employee to whom I could report the missing bag. An agent for AC had to be called to respond, there was no one at their check in desk. The person who finally did talk to me made ME send a photo of my baggage ticket and boarding pass to his supposed phone number, which he said he would use to start a claim. This never happened, I got no confirmation that a trace had been started and I had to call AC the next day.
Air canada is obviously going through lots of changes but they're doing their best and made sure my luggage wasnt lost and double checked everything else. They did have delays but its understandable given the current influx of travelers and double checking customs and so forth.