Say “wai jur gan” (see you again) to the City of Angels and get ready to say hello to the Big Smoke when you catch your flight from Bangkok to London.
After taking in sights like Wat Pho, the Grand Palace, Asiatique and Siam Paragon mall, it’s time to sightsee at hotspots like Buckingham Palace, Harrods, Westminster Abbey and the UK’s Houses of Parliament.
Switch pad Thai noodles and tom yam (a spicy sour soup) for pies and mashed potato and fish and chips. Exchange your Thai baht (THB) for pounds Sterling (GBP).
Whereas Bangkok is hot and humid for most of the year, the weather in London can be changeable, with four distinct seasons. Don’t forget to pack warm clothes, especially if travelling during winter.
FLIGHTS FROM BANGKOK TO LONDON
In 1976, Bangkok was Finnair’s first Asian destination. Although we have since expanded to offer many other routes between Europe and Asia, our Bangkok flights remain popular.
We have several Bangkok to London flights each day, flying via Helsinki.
Flights to London from Bangkok take off from Suvarnabhumi Airport (BKK) and arrive at Heathrow Airport (LHR).
Finnair’s shortest flights to Heathrow from Bangkok (including stopover time) take around 14h 15min. Don’t forget to adjust your watch when stepping off your flight to London from BKK. During daylight-saving time in the UK, the time in London is six hours behind that in Bangkok. (Outside of daylight-saving time, local time in London is seven hours behind Bangkok.)
September to November is often the best time to find cheap flights to London from Bangkok, though be sure to finalise your travel plans in advance for the best deals.
Experience a warm Nordic welcome and enjoy terrific in-flight dining and entertainment on Finnair’s Bangkok to London flights. Reserve seats in Nordic Business Class for added comfort (including fully reclining seats) and a number of priority services.