|Quoting SQPAX (Thread starter):|
I am confused! I want to bring my friend in Thailand to Canada next Summer. Looking ahead on AC's website, the BKK-YYZ-BKK fare being quoted is $2,487.00 CAD. This is leaving BKK late May/07 and returning in mid August.
The same fare for the same dates, YYZ-BKK-YYZ is $1,858.00 CAD. Both fares I have listed are inclusive of all taxes and service charges.
|Quoting Sean-SAN- (Reply 2):|
Usually it IS cheaper ex-bkk.. however, I've noticed recently that the ex-bkk fares have risen dramatically. Early this year you could do BKK-LAX-BKK on NH in business class for about $1800.. now it's double. You can still find some good deals, especially from travel agents. I know you can get BKK-LAX-BKK on Asiana for about $1600.
|Quoting Sebring (Reply 4):|
Since Air Canada doesn't fly to BKK, and Thai doesn't fly to Toronto, there has to be an interline connection. So first, tell us if you are using the same combination of routes and carriers in both directions.
|Quoting Ohsopc (Reply 6):|
In any case, the published fare from one of Thailand's biggest ta, tv.airbooking (www.tv-air.co.th) is THB 45,400 (CAD 1,465) on AC and THB 38,000 (CAD 1,228) on CX
|Quoting Viscount724 (Reply 9):|
If you're looking for the lowest fare from BKK you're probably best to find a travel agent that specializes in that area and probably has various unpublished special deals with various airlines, especially those that operate the entire route online. Their fares will usually be lower than interline connections, even when the interline connection involves an alliance partner codeshare such as AC/TG via Europe. And check fares via the Pacific on carriers like JL/KE/SQ/CX/MH/TG/NW, and several others that operate online between North America and BKK.