You can catch a flight from Manchester to destinations all over Thailand, from the bustling capital, Bangkok, to the beautiful beaches of island paradise Koh Samui. The cheapest and most regular services are to Bangkok, with airlines such as KLM, Air France and Etihad offering one-stop routes, the quickest of which (KLM) touches down within 14 hours.
You can also fly to the party paradise of Phuket with just one layover with Qatar and Ethihad who stop en-route at Doha and Abu Dhabi respectively and take upwards of 15 hours. While there are also indirect t flights to the likes of Chiang Mai in the north, Koh Samui island and Krabi in the south, you may actually find it makes better financial sense to book a cheap flight to Bangkok and then arrange your own domestic onward flight with one of Thailand's low-cost carriers such as Nok Air. Use our flight search tool to find the most suitable route for you.
Can't find a suitable flight to Thailand from Manchester? There are daily direct services from London Heathrow offered by British Airways, Eva Air and Thai Airways, which will see you touching down in the capital Bangkok in around 11 hours. You can also fly non-stop to Phuket over the winter months from London Gatwick with Thomson Flights in around 12 hours.
Hordes of tourists flock to Thailand over Christmas and New Year to celebrate the festive season in sunshine-filled style, which does tend to increase flight prices. In fact, from November to late-March airfares tend to command a higher price tag as this is high season.
If you're looking for a cheap flight, consider holidaying in Thailand during the least crowded periods, which are typically April to June and September and October, and be sure to book your ticket well ahead of time.