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Air Travel in Thailand

When buying your ticket, ensure the status is ‘OK.’ If you book far ahead, phone to confirm your reservation at least 72 hours before you fly. Many airlines operate no-smoking flights; check beforehand. Get to the airport and check in two hours before

Air Travel in Thailand

the flight, as latecomers sometimes lose their seats to standby passengers. Arriving early means you can choose your seat. With window seats, you do not have people climbing over you to visit the bathroom throughout the flight. Beware of non-reclining seats in front of partitions and emergency exits. Seats behind emergency exits have more legroom. On the plane, take a pen for Thai immigration and customs forms and some reading material. Avoid alcohol – drink water. Stretch and take regular walks around the plane. During descent, clear the pressure in your ears by swallowing and yawning. At the airport, report any baggage claim problems promptly.