Suvarnabhumi Airport location
Bangkok Suvarnabhumi International Airport AddressBangna-Trat Highway
Bang Phli District, Samut Prakarn Province, Thailand
Situated on some 8,000 acres, Bangkok Suvarnabhumi-pronounced su-wan-na-poom-International Airport opened in September, 2006. The start of operations for this new airport was somewhat less than auspicious, as problems with runway construction prompted calls for the re-opening of Bangkok's former international airport, Don Muang. Suvarnabhumi has remained open, although some airlines have temporarily moved their domestic flights back to Don Muang.
Located about 30 kilometers from downtown Bangkok, Suvarnabhumi can be reached from downtown Bangkok by taking the east-bound Bangna-Trat Highway. In all, there are five different access routes to the airport. Maps for each of these can be found at the following URL: Airport Map
With two 4,000-meter runways and 120 gates, Suvarnabhumi International is designed to handle up to 76 flight operations per hour. Airport planners expect the facility to accommodate 45 million passengers and 3 million tons of cargo annually.
Suvarnabhumi's main terminal has seven concourses named A through G. The complex covers approximately 563,000 square meters, making it one of the largest structures in the world. Over 45 different airlines serve Suvarnabhumi, with exotic names like Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Air, El Al, KLM, Air Macau, Air France, and Finnair, as well as US carriers including Delta Airlines, United Airlines, and Northwest Airlines.
Travelers should check at the airport for smoking information and Internet connection availability.
The Suvarnabhumi International Airport Passenger Terminal Building is very large, with 10 entrances, two Service Roads, seven levels, and seven Concourses (A to G).
This is the bus lobby and serves as an Arrival Lobby for group tours. Airline offices are also located here.
The main Arrival Hall is located on this level, including passport control, customs, baggage claim, transport and hotel counters, and transfer counters.
Called the Meeting Area, this level provides access to and from the parking garage. Shops and restaurants are located here.
This level is the main Departure Hall. Departure passport control is located here, as is VAT refunds and Duty Free shops.
Airline check-ins on Level 4 include Thai Domestic First Class and Economy, Air Asia, Nok Air, Thai Orient, Austrian, Aero Svit, Bangkok Airways, Garuda Indonesia, Gulf, Lufthansa, Siem Reap, Swiss, ANA, Asiana, LTU, Hainan, Jet Star, SAS, Thai International United, Vietnam, Korean Air, Kenya, Malaysia, Myanmar, Pakistan, PMT Air, Singapore, Transairo, Turkmenistan, Aeroflot, Air France, Air India, British Airways, Cathay Pacific, KLM, Mahan, Northwest, Qantas,. Air Astana, Air Madagascar, Egyp Air, Etihad, Kuwait Airways, Qatar, Lao, Thai Sky, Xiamen, Air Macau, China Airlines, Dragon Air, EVA Air, Finnair, JAL, Malev, Royal Jordanian, United Airlines, Emirates Air, Ethiopian, GMG, Philippine, Royal Brunei, Royal Nepal, Siberia, Sri Lankan, Turkish, Air China, Biman Bangladesh, China Eastern, China Southern, Druk Air, El Al Israel, Indian, Israeli Air (El Al), and Uzbekistan Air.
This is office space currently used by the Star Alliance.
This level houses restaurants.
Level 7 is the location of the Observation Deck
Concourses A, B, C, D, E, F, and G
In general, concourses A and B are used for domestic flights. Concourses C through G are dedicated to international flights. Concourse D acts as a connector that physically connects the other concourses. Where the concourse buildings intersect is called the Airside Center.
Concourse A (Domestic)
Some 432 meters long, Concourse A has parking and gate facilities for six aircraft and a connection channel that allows access to remote aircraft parking.
Concourse B (Domestic)
This concourse has parking and gate facilities for six aircraft and two connection channels providing access to remote aircraft parking bays.
Concourse C (International)
There are parking and gate facilities for 10 aircraft with two connection channels to access the remote parking bays.
Concourse D (International)
This concourse has parking and gate facilities for eight aircraft with two connection channels to access the remote parking bays.
Concourse E (International)
Concourse E provides parking and gate facilities for 10 aircraft with two connection channels to access the remote parking bays.
Concourse F (International)
There are parking and gate facilities for six aircraft with two connection channels to access the remote parking bays.
Concourse G (International)
Provides parking and gate facilities for five aircraft with one connection channel to access the remote parking bays. The VIP lounge is also located here.
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