Promotional price start from 855 THB net / one way / person. (all inclusive) Chiang Rai, Phitsanulok, Udon Thani, Ubon Ratchathani, Krabi, Lampang, and Khon Kaen Routes
Promotional price start from 955 THB net / one way / person. (all inclusive) Chiang Mai, Hat Yai, Nakhon Si Thammarat, Phuket, Surat Thani, Trang, Chiang Mai–Udon Thani, Sakon Nakhon, and Nakhon Phanom Routes
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Bangkok (Don Mueang) - Lampang (Daily)
Flight DD8504 - Dep. 06:05, Arr. 07:35
Flight DD8522 - Dep. 17:30, Arr. 19:00

Lampang - Bangkok (Don Mueang) (Daily)
Flight DD8505 - Dep. 08:05 Arr. 09:35
Flight DD8523 - Dep. 19:30 Arr. 21:00

*Operate from 26 october 2014 onwards.

Travel guide for Lampang

The charming city of horse drawn carriages and province with the king’s stable of white elephants at the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center. Most visitors simply visit Lampang to see the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center, bypassing Lampang town on their way to Chiang Mai and provinces farther north. However, while the elephant center is certainly a must-see attraction, those willing to spend some time in the provincial capital are generally surprised by the charming and somewhat unusual town and province of Lampang.

Famous for its horse-drawn carriages and sporting a rooster on its provincial emblem (the bird also honored with a large statue in the center of town), Lampang boasts a long history of human settlements within the Wang River basin, some of which date back more than 1,000 years. Lampang is rich in archaeological evidence from the kingdoms of Hariphunchai, Lanna, and Burma. The horse and carriage, a mode of local transportation that has survived the introduction of automobiles to Lampang, is a fun way to explore the surprisingly large town, which features a number of beautiful old temples.

The rooster statue, which you are likely to pass along the way, is a much older symbol of Lampang, dating back to the city’s former name, Kukutthanakorn, or City of Roosters, a name that was derived from a local legend about a white rooster that was sent by the Brahmin God Indra to wake the local inhabitants so they could give alms to the Lord Buddha, who was purportedly visiting the town.

On the road from Lampang to Chiang Mai is the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center, the oldest and only government sponsored elephant center in Thailand, where the King’s white elephants are housed, visitors can learn about elephants, and elephant demonstrations are regularly performed.Lampang city is the capital of the province of the same name, a city that features horse drawn carriages, relaxing riverside bars and restaurants, a number of spectacular Buddhist temples, and a friendly, laid-back local population. Just outside of the city, on the road to Chiang Mai, the Thailand Elephant Conservation Center is one of the premier venues for visitors to learn about elephants and watch elephant demonstrations.

Source : Tourism Authority of Thailand



From Bangkok (Don Mueang) to:
- Khanom (Nakhon Si Thammarat)
- Khao Sok National Park (Surat Thani)
- Ratchaprapa (Surat Thani)

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2 Daily flights operate from 1 July 2014 onwards.

Bangkok (Don Mueang) - Khon Kaen
Flight DD9806 - Dep. 06:30 Arr. 07:25
Flight DD9820 - Dep. 19:30 Arr. 20:25

Khon Kaen - Bangkok (Don Mueang)
Flight DD9807 - Dep. 08:00 Arr. 08:55
Flight DD9821 - Dep. 20:55 Arr. 21:50



Bangkok (Don Mueang) - Ubon Ratchathani
Flight DD9326 - Dept. 16:00, Arr. 17:10

Ubon Ratchathani - Bangkok (Don Mueang)
Flight DD9327 - Dept. 17:40, Arr. 18:50

Bangkok (Don Mueang) - Sakon Nakhon
Flight DD9402 - Dept. 07:30, Arr. 08:40

Sakon Nakhon - Bangkok (Don Mueang)
Flight DD9403 - Dept. 09:30, Arr. 10:40

*Operate from 10 July 2014 onwards



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What is Express to Gate?

Express to Gate is a convenient service for Nok Air passengers travelling without checked baggage. Passengers can simply check-in online or on mobile and when arriving at the airport, passengers can go straight to the gate, without having to visit a check-in counter.

Who can use Express to Gate?

- Passengers must check-in online or on mobile
- Passengers must travel without checked baggage
- Passengers must not be booked on a “Fly & Ferry” or “Fly & Ride” service
- Passengers must not be booked on a charter flight
- Passengers must not be booked with group booking
- Passengers who do not require special assistance (e.g. elderly passengers, pregnant women, passengers with small child/infant, handicapped passengers, monks)

How to use Express to Gate?

Step 1: Check-In Online/Mobile

Passengers can check-in on www.nokair.com from 24hours to 1hour before departure time. For online check-in, passengers are required to print their boarding pass by themselves.

Alternatively, passengers can also check-in on Nok Air’s mobile website m.nokair.com or on all Nok Air mobile applications (iOS, Android, BlackBerry) from 24hours to 30minutes before departure time. For mobile check-in, the boarding pass can be stored on the passenger’s smartphone and does not need to be printed.

Step 2: Go to the Gate

When arriving at the airport, passengers can directly go through security check and to the boarding gate by presenting the printed boarding pass or mobile boarding pass to security staff.

At which airports is Express to Gate available?
All airports served by Nok Air in Thailand

For which Nok Air flights is Express to Gate available?
All scheduled Nok Air flights, including flights operated by Nok Mini. Express to Gate is not available for charter flights and international flights.

Important Remarks

- Passengers can check-in on www.nokair.com from 24 hours up to 1 hour before departure time
- Passengers can check-in on m.nokair.com and Nok Air mobile applications (iOS, Android and BlackBerry) from 24 hours up to 30 minutes before departure time
- Carry-on baggage is limited to 7kg per passenger. More details Click
- There are restrictions on items in carry-on baggage. More details Click
- Passengers must be at the boarding gate no later than 30minutes before departure time
- If the booking was paid by a credit card issued outside of Thailand, online/mobile check-in may not be available and the passenger must present the credit card at the check-in counter for verification