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Don Muang Airport is currently used for the arrival of chatter flight.1. Don Muang Airport is the one of Bangkok airports(DMK) – located 24 kms. north of Bangkok. This is the biggest and most known of Bangkok’s airports. Thailand’s international airport, Don Muang Airport, is a popular point of transit connecting many North American and European countries to numerous Asian destinations.
Three Passenger Terminals
Both Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 of Bangkok International Airport service international flights for domestic and low cost airline only. Nok air, Air Asia, Thai Lion Air, One-Two-go, dragon air, and chater flight
Passengers departing Thailand must have their passports checked by an Immigration Officer. Besides one’s passport, boarding pass and completed immigration card No.6 [T.M.6] forms are required. Arriving passenger is required to fill out the immigration card No.6 [T.M.] form of BIA Immigration Office VISA ON ARRIVAL
Passengers from more than 90 countries are now able to obtain visas on arrival at the arrival counters near the immigration counters in the Arrival Hall of the International Passenger Terminal 1. Regulations and fees vary from country to country. Citizens of the United States, Canada, Australia, and European Union will be granted a free thirty days tourist visa upon arriving in Bangkok. No additional passport photos are required for the aforementioned citizens. Passport holders of other countries may be subject to a fee of 300 Baht accompanied by 2 pictures are required (express photo service fee for 4 photos is 120 Baht). The length of stay for a Thai tourist visa ranges from 15-30 days including the arrival date. Tel: 0-2535-1071.
The Re-entry Permit counter is on the 3rd floor of the Departure Hall in International Passenger Terminal 1.
Passengers departing Thailand may be inspected for prohibited and restricted articles. Arriving passengers are required to complete the Customs Declaration Form before going through Customs. Passengers with nothing to declare should proceed to the green channel (Nothing to Declare) but those with articles to be declared should proceed to the red channel (Goods to Declare) with completed Declaration Forms. Failure to declare dutiable, restricted or prohibited articles, will lead to confiscation if found. The passenger may also be fined four times the price of the articles.
DMK Airport Facilities
. Left baggage counter
. Duty free shop
. Souvenir shop
. Thai Postal office and Cargo counter service
. Mobile rental service
. Counter tour service
. Bank service, currency exchange counter and ATM
. Public phone
. Florist shop