|Best Price Found||$180||The best flight deal from Bangkok to Hong Kong found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $180|
|Fastest flight time||2h 45m||The fastest flight from Bangkok to Hong Kong takes 2h 45m|
|Direct flights||Tu and Fr||Direct flights go from Bangkok to Hong Kong on Tuesday and Friday. The only airline offering direct flights is Thai Airways.|
|Airports in Hong Kong||1 airport||There is 1 airport near Hong Kong: Hong Kong Intl (HKG)|
Cons: They didn’t offer any thing to drink, complimentary
Pros: Quick boarding procedure, good price
Cons: I am tall... 197cm... and my seat had so little leg room, I couldn't sit normally. All exit seats were free, the flight attendant told me they can't move me because you need to pay extra for those seats. I don't need to get anything for free, but I paid for my seat just like everybody else and it's very frustrating I was forced to spend my flight sitting not only uncomfortably, but also in an unsafe position in case any serious turbulence happened.
Cons: Over all is ok
Cons: Safely any time
Pros: Always fly Emirates they never failed in any type of situation.
Cons: Was unable to board because my daughter got hospitalized and got 0 refund and offer to rebook more expensive than the amount already payed
Cons: Food service was very slow. Flight from Dubai Seattle did not provide PPE
Pros: Everything was fast, smooth and easy.
Cons: Hong Kong Air wouldn’t give me my boarding pass until I had booked an onward flight leaving Thailand. I wish I had foreseen this, it’s annoying having to book a flight in 5 minutes when you don’t know your travel plans.
Pros: It was on time.
Cons: The extra leg room seats I purchased where not as advertised. There was an entire row on front of the that was not pictured on the web diagram.
Pros: Airplane and staff
Cons: No headphones at board
To ease the stress of booking flights, some of our airline partners flying from Bangkok to Hong Kong Intl are responding to the global pandemic. The following airlines may have a flexible cancellation policy to help accommodate travelers: Cathay Pacific, Hong Kong Airlines, and Emirates.