|Best Price Found||$720||The best flight deal from Washington to Bangkok found on momondo in the last 72 hours is $720|
|Fastest flight time||22h 30m||The fastest flight from Washington to Bangkok takes 22h 30m.|
|Direct flights||None||There are no direct flights from Washington to Bangkok. Popular non-direct routes for this connection are Washington Reagan-National - Bangkok Suvarnabhumi, Washington Dulles Intl - Bangkok Suvarnabhumi and Baltimore/Washington - Bangkok Suvarnabhumi.|
|Airports in Bangkok||2 airports||There are 2 airports near Bangkok: Bangkok Suvarnabhumi (BKK), Bangkok Don Mueang Intl (DMK)|
Cons: The temperature on the flight was super warm. I was uncomfortable. I was told that with Layover I would receive my check in bag for Hotel stay. the attendant took a discription of my luggage for other united employees to tell me it would take 3 hours to retrieve my luggage. They didn’t even try to look for it or help me. Then what’s the point of taking my discription down? Now I have to stay at a hotel with nothing on me. So ridiculous and rude.
Pros: Love extra leg room
Cons: Salty snack and a sweet snack. Both were sweet.
Pros: Great entertainment - The plane offers a ton of blockbuster movies that are recent and from many catagories. They also offer TV from different lands and video games and selection of languages to hear them in. Great food - Even economy passengers get great free food during the trip. For a trip as long as going from Washington DC to BeiJing, they give you two dinners. Roominess - The seats are as cramped as any airline. However, the flight attendants don't give you are trouble when you want to get up and walk around and stay standing and talking with people of a long time. It has two isles so it feels pretty roomy to get up and walk around. Friendly staff- They make american flight staffs look very rude.
Cons: Leading up to the flight, customer service can only be contacted by email. Don't even try calling. They never pick up and won't get back to you. At least the flight is very good.
Cons: This was a much more pleasant flight than I had from DC to Tokyo back on Jan 15
Cons: In light of COVID-19 this the only airline flying out of Bangkok April 3 2020 very good service
Pros: The crew did a great job.
Pros: Most humorous crew I have had in a long time. Had regular beverage service, coffee service and a water service!
Cons: I can’t think of a thing.
Pros: Flight was very comfortable.
Cons: Nothing really. It is just hard work doing such a marathon flight.
Cons: They fed us expired food. Expired ice cream and expired yogurt. They could not put my wife and me together and I believe that it violates a new law passed by Senator Chuck Shummer. It made it difficult for me to get her medicine to her. On a short flight it wouldn’t matter as much. But we had to endure it for 15 hours. They only fed us two meals instead of 3. Other airlines put a sticker in front of you if you slept through the meal time.
Pros: Food varieties are not that good
Cons: Make the food quality, quantity and varieties to be improved
Delta and Etihad Airways have implemented additional safety measures to accommodate travelers. Usage of HEPA filters, scheduled sanitation, enhanced cleaning of aircrafts, pre-flight testing, and mask policies are some of the implemented practices made by airlines to help keep you safe as you depart from Washington to Bangkok. Keep in mind that policies will vary by airline.
Some of our partner airlines flying from Washington to Bangkok are adopting new policies due to the global impact of COVID-19. Some of the airlines that may be waiving their cancellation fees are ANA, Air China, and Korean Air. You can search for the full list of airlines like ANA that are offering this flexibility.