Edinburgh Airport is Scotland's capital airport and over 40 airlines serve 100-plus destinations, so finding flights to Bangkok should be easy as pie. All you have to do is decide on when you want to go to Bangkok, as mid-week flights tend to be cheaper, as do late-night and early morning ones. If you're hoping to visit Bangkok during high tourist seasons such as, summer holidays or school holidays, then you had best book your flights to Bangkok far in advance. Finally when booking your Bangkok flight have a look at the airline's baggage allowance, as this can vary and you don't want to turn up with too much or overweight luggage. Getting to Edinburgh Airport is even easier than booking your flight to Bangkok. To guarantee you make your Edinburgh to Bangkok flight, there are a number of transport choices available, from buses and coaches to the brand new Edinburgh tram system, which links the airport to the city centre. Finally, in the time leading up to your flight make sure to check Bangkok's visa requirements, you may not need one but it's always safer to double check. A little tip when packing is to check the weather forecast in Bangkok, so you know exactly what to bring and what you can leave behind. There's nothing worse than travelling with useless accessories taking up space in your luggage.