ANA is one of the world’s most punctual airlines, has the world’s best business class seat at the moment and also offers one of the nicest premium economy experiences too. Surprisingly, it’s also currently the cheapest option to get from the USA to Bangkok comfortable, with round trip deals from both coasts of the USA for $1050. That’s exceptionally good, considering many will have paid more for economy, with a lot less room. Here’s how to bag one of these great offers…
Bangkok is a lovely place to visit, with easy access to the rest of Southeast Asia, and of course all the temples, street food and rooftop bars you could ever dream of, all right there. Sure, there are some offers in economy in the $500’s from time to time, but for more than 17 hours in the air, you really want those little “extras”.
These flight deals are wide open until mid May, with the exception of late March into early April. They come back again in early July and lateAugust on select dates as well, and then similar albeit higher prices can be found the rest of the year. Basically, aim for February, early March or mid/late April and May, if you can.
To find the lowest prices easily, try to stay at least one Saturday night in Asia. Think like Thursday to Monday or something like that, but much longer trips are fine too. Stay a while!
Bangkok is a blast, and if you don’t get there feeling like a folded accordion, it’s even better. These deals should help. Here’s links to the best deals from each departure city, like…
- $1050 New York To Bangkok Premium Economy
- $1050 Chicago to Bangkok Premium Economy
- $1079 Los Angeles to Bangkok Premium Economy
- $1080 San Francisco to Bangkok Premium Economy
These deals will have you book with United, which has the same exact seats almost half off, thanks to the codeshares. Here’s a few mistakes tourists make in Bangkok, which you may want to avoid while you’re there. Don’t be part of the farang, and when you know what that means, you’ll be closer to not being part of it!