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Useful things to know about Khon Kaen Airport
- Khon Kaen Airport is three miles from the centre of the city it serves
- Located in the east of Thailand, Khon Kaen Airport is an important hub for the Isaan region
- It has only two routes; to Chiang Mai and Bangkok
- In 2005, an airport upgrade raised it to international standards
- The airport serves 150,000 passengers a year
Khon Kaen Mini Guide
Who Flies Into Khon Kaen?
It tends to be the more adventurous traveller who wants to see a little more of the real Thailand. Although it’s a reasonably sized city, it still earns its money from the traditional industry of silk production although tourism is gaining ground rapidly, based on the history of the region and its religious importance.
How Easy is it to get to Khon Kaen?
There are only two routes to Khon Khaen. The easiest one for international tourists is by connecting in Bangkok
and continuing your journey to Khon Kaen Airport. Bangkok receives many flights from Europe and from the UK
so travellers shouldn’t find it too difficult to reach. Those who have already spread their wings a little to Chiang Mai can also connect to Khon Kaen Airport from there.
What is the Airport Like?
It’s a small airport with only two routes served. One is from Chiang Mai from which many of the backpackers arrive, the other from Bangkok’s international airport. Facilities are light at the airport and you certainly wouldn’t want to be delayed there without bring some of your own food and entertainment. A basic café serves even more basic food, usually bland Thai food or international snacks washed down with a beer or a coffee. There’s a single shop, a little like a market stall which sells local souvenirs, Thai newspapers and a small selection of confectionery. You won’t find banks or cash machines there and public Wi-Fi hasn’t yet made it to the airport.