Paro International Airport is one of four commercial airports in Bhutan. As the kingdom's only international airport, it serves as gateway to the country. The airport is served by two domestic carriers. In fact, there are flights to both domestic and international travel destinations.
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Kota Kinabalu International Airport is the second busiest airport in Malaysia. Located on the northern part of Borneo, it serves Kota Kinabalu and the island's northwestern coastal region, which is popular with ecotourists. Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah province.
Chiang Rai International Airport serves the Northern Thai province of Chiang Rai, which is Thailand's northern-most province. The airport is also the closest airport to the cave where 12 teenage footballers and their coach went missing.
Sanya Phoenix International Airport is an international gateway serving the city of Sanya and the rest of Southern Hainan Island, which is where most of Hainan's tropical beaches and resort hotels are located. The airport is the 20th busiest airport in China.
Haikou Meilan International Airport is an international gateway serving Haikou, the capital of Hainan province in Southeastern China. It is the largest and busiest air field in Hainan and the 17th busiest airport in China.
Surat Thani International Airport serves the Southern Thai province of Surat Thani, which is home to Khao Sok National Park and three other national parks. The airport is also a gateway to Koh Samui, Koh Pha Ngan, Koh Thao, Phuket, and the Ang Thong National Marine Park.
Krabi International Airport is a gateway to such Thai beach resorts as Had Yao, Ao Nang, Rai Leh, Koh Phi Phi, and Koh Lanta. The airport is served by both domestic and foreign air carriers, with flights to other Thai cities and travel destinations in nearby countries.;l
Chiang Mai International Airport is an international gateway serving Chiang Mai, the capital of Chiang Mai province, and the rest of Northern Thailand. The country's fourth busiest air field, it handles more than 10 million passengers a year, both foreign and domestic.
Hat Yai International Airport is a major airport in Thailand's far south. The airport is served by several domestic and foreign airlines, with flights to many travel destinations in Thailand and such neighboring countries as China, Malaysia, and Singapore. Hat Yai International Airport (TDY) is major airport serving the city of Hat Yai in the …