To get to Thailand catch a flight from Yokota Air Base to Kadena Air Base Okinawa and leave there at Naha via low cost Peach (https://www.flypeach.com/en) direct to Bangkok and bypass Singapore. Happy Travels.
Ubon Ratchathani, Thailand
Thank you for the information on Peach Airline. I’ll check into that also.
Best bet is to catch the patriot express out of SeaTac to yokota. Then to Singapore from yakota. Commercial to Bangkok for about 200$
That makes perfect sense. Or you can get to Yokota via Travis AFB CA. They travel there often. When coming to the Philippines, taking Space-A to Singapore then commercial for about $150 to here is the way to go also. Actually, I think if you can catch a JetStar flight, they are even less than the Tiger Air and Cebu Pacific flights. Maybe to Thailand also. I’m not sure if JetStar goes to Thailand. I haven’t looked it up yet.
HOW OFTEN DO THESE FLIGHTS GO TO THAILAND OF THE PI ISLANDS? IT IT VERY EASY TO OBTAIN SEATING, AS A MEDICALLY RETIRED PERSON? WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO FIND OUT WHEN FLIGHTS ARE DUE TO LEAVE FROM SPOKANE? ARE THE FLIGHTS POSTED PRIOR TO DEPARTURE DAY?
I WANT TO THANK YOU FOR ALL YOUR TIME AND HELP
I have not seen any flights to Thailand recently. The only ones I ever really see are from the PI. If you have your military ID you have just as much chance as any other retiree. All flights are posted at least 72 hours ahead, but none are guaranteed. https://www.facebook.com/mcchordpt/
Can you tell me if there is any space A flight to Thailand?
Yes I can and yes there are. I can not give you the best answer because the group that I need to be in to get the answer has locked me out. It doesn’t seem to be on purpose, but I can’t get in to look. Here’s what I know. Here is the link for the Thailand Space A group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/438358132878180/Thailand Facebook Space A group. I also know that Clark (Philippines), their Space A group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/ClarkSpaceA/Clark Space A group sometimes has flights to Thailand. There could be other places, but none of them are on a regular basis or very often.
Oh, and and on the page you put this message on, did you click on the “Don Mueang International Airport”? That takes you to the page with all the information around the Space A area (Bangkok Airport). Also you may notice that although they do have flights “to” there, there are no flights “from” there.