Thailand is an affordable holiday destination how to a vibrant range of rich and diverse experiences. Thousands of people flock to Thailand each year to enjoy its amazing cuisine, rich culture, fascinating history, spectacular natural attractions, bargain shopping, modern cities, relaxing island destinations, affordable accommodation and cheap flights. Particularly popular with young people, couples and families, cheap flights from Melbourne to Thailand are frequently available making it especially popular with visitors from Victoria and its capital city.
Thai Airways, Jetstar, Malaysia Airlines, Air Asia and Singapore all offer direct flights from Melbourne to Thailand. Virgin Australia operates direct flights to Phuket from Perth with connecting flights from other major Australian cities including Melbourne. Thai Airways offers non-stop flights to Thailand from Melbourne arriving in Bangkok, with connecting flights available to Phuket. Malaysia Airlines offers direct flights to Thailand from Melbourne arriving in both Phuket and Bangkok with a stopover in Kuala Lumpur. Jetstar flies from Melbourne to Bangkok 3 days per week while Singapore Airlines offers daily flights from Melbourne to Bangkok, Phuket and Koh Samui via Singapore. Air Asia also operates flights to Thailand from Melbourne stopping over in Kuala Lumpur before continuing on to Bangkok and Phuket.
The second busiest airport in Thailand, Phuket International Airport services approximately 9.5 million passengers each year. Bangkok's International Airport, more formally known as the Suvarnabhumi Airport, is Thailand's busiest airport and services an amazing 53 million passengers each year. Depending on where in Thailand you want to holiday, these are the two most common arrival airports for cheap flights to Thailand from Melbourne. Both airports enjoy a great range of facilities and services including shopping and dining options. There are also VAT Refund counters located in the airport to allow you to claim back any Value Added Tax as you exit the country.