Direct SAS flight from Copenhagen to Bangkok coming later this year – making flying to Thailand even easier

SAS will be flying direct flights from Copenhagen to Bangkok three times a week

If you have been considering a flight from Europe to Thailand but are worried about the long flight time (11-13 hours from various European cities) plus the layover you will generally have that makes travel time even longer, you may want to consider the new direct SAS flight from Copenhagen to Bangkok.

At least if you are in Copenhagen or its vicinity.

That is because the Danish flag carrier Scandinavian Airways (SAS) announced earlier today that a new direct flight from Copenhagen to Bangkok will kick off in October.

The first flight out will be from Copenhagen-Kastrup Airport (CPH) on October 30th, just in time for Thailand’s peak season, which kicks off in November.

From then on, there will be three flights a day from Copenhagen to Bangkok — Monday, Wednesday and Friday — with return flights back to Denmark on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

Each flight will be an overnight flight, which makes flying from Denmark to Thailand even more convenient.

Flight times for the new SAS direct flight from Copenhagen to Bangkok and back

The direct flight from Copenhagen to Bangkok will depart at 23.30 from Kastrup Airport and arrive in Bangkok at 17:05 the next day (or 12:05 Danish time).

That means you can clear Suvarnabhui Airport and be in central Bangkok in time for a delicious Thai dinner.

Flying from Bangkok to Copenhagen, the SAS flight will depart Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport at 23:45 and arrive back in Copenhagen at 06:35 the following day.

Heck, you could even make it to work on time.

There will be three travel classes available on all Copenhagen to Bangkok and Bangkok to Copenhagen flights — SAS Business, SAS Plus and SAS Go.

Tickets for the direct flights from Copenhagen to Bangkok and back are not yet on sale, but should be within the next few weeks.

Sounds like it may be time to book your next trip to Bangkok, doesn’t it?

Meanwhile, if you have not visited Bangkok before, and are wondering what you can do here, Mark Wien’s video about the 25 Amazing Things to Do in Bangkok may be 10 years old, but everything he suggests still stands.