From Overseas

Just One Stop Away from Overseas
Board a flight at several global airline hubs, and you’re just a short transit stopover and flight away from Vientiane, Luang Prabang, and Pakse. Pick the right route and airlines, and you’ll have more time to experience The Last Frontier.

 

From Europe

You’re just one stop away from Laos when departing from Paris, Frankfurt, London, and Moscow. A choice of airlines and departure times land in Laos every day. And quick transit times give you a seamless, trouble-free journey.

 

From Paris

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane, Luang Prabang, and Pakse when departing from Roissy-Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG). Transit times are often less than 4 hours, whether you fly via Bangkok, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, or Kunming. Add more time to your Lao holiday by quickly getting to The Last Frontier.

 

To Vientiane

You can reach the Lao capital in 16-17 hours on a choice of airlines. Reasonable transit times take the worry out of missing your onward flight. Many of these airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Vietnam Airlines: VN 18 departs daily at 13:10 for the 11-hour overnight flight to Hanoi. After 3.5 hours in transit, you’ll take off on VN 921 to Vientiane, and arrive at 10:50.

Thai Airways International: TG 931 leaves daily at 12:30 for the 11.5-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. You’ll be in transit for less than 4 hours before transferring to Bangkok Air’s PG 94 or Lao Airlines QV 442 for the short hop to the Lao capital. You’ll arrive at about 11:00.

China Eastern Airlines: MU 774 departs on Saturday and Monday at 11:50 for the 11.5-hour overnight flight to Kunming. After a brief 2.5 hours in transit, you’ll board Sichuan Airlines 8709, and arrive in Vientiane at 09:20.

To Luang Prabang

You can reach the UNESCO World Heritage City in less than 18 hours with a choice of flight options. Reasonable transit times of around 4 hours leave ample time to catch your onward flight. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Vietnam Airlines: VN 18 departs daily at 13:10 for the 11-hour overnight flight to Hanoi. After 4.5 hours in transit, you’ll take off on Lao Airlines QV 316 for the 1-hour flight to Luang Prabang, and arrive at 11:30.

Thai Airways International: TG 931 leaves daily at 12:30 for the 11.5-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. You’ll be in transit for about 4 hours before boarding Bangkok Air’s PG 94 for an 11:30 arrival. Lao Airlines offers QV634 for the short hop to Luang Prabang, which lands at noon.

To Pakse

You can reach Southern Laos in less than 18 hours almost every day. Transit times run between 4.5-6.0 hours leave ample time to catch your connecting flight. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Vietnam Airlines: VN 10 departs twice a week (3, 5) at 13:35 for the 12-hour overnight flight to Ho Chi Minh City. After 4.5 hours in transit, you’ll take off on Lao Airlines QV 516 for the 1.5-hour flight to Pakse, and arrive at 13:35.

Thai Airways International: TG 931 leaves four days a week (4, 5, 6, 7) at 12:30 for the 11.5-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. You’ll be in transit for about 6 hours before boarding Lao Airlines’ QV 224 for the short hop to Pakse, which lands at 13:20.

 

From Frankfurt

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane, Luang Prabang, and Pakse when departing from Frankfurt International Airport (FRA). Transit times generally run from 90 minute to 5 hours, whether you fly via Bangkok, Hanoi, or Ho Chi Minh City. Stretch your Lao holiday by getting here with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

You can arrive in Vientiane in less than 16 hours with a choice of flights. Transit times of 3.5-5.0 hours give you ample time to catch your transfer flight. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Vietnam Airlines: VN 36 takes off every afternoon at 13:55 for the 11-hour overnight flight to Hanoi. After a 3.5-hour layover, VN 921 departs for Vientiane, and lands at 10:50.

Thai Airways International: TG 921 flies daily at 13:45 for an 11.5-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. You’ll be in transit for 5 hours before boarding TG 2570, operated by Thai Smile Airways, and arriving at 12:35.

Lufthansa: LH 772 takes off every day at 21:55 for the overnight flight to Bangkok, and a 5-hour layover. You’ll then board Thai Airways International’s TG 574 for the 70-minute flight that arrives in Vientiane at 20:45.

To Luang Prabang

Travel to Luang Prabang in 14-16 hours with several flight options. Quick transit times from 90 minutes to 4 hours quickly get you back onboard. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 923 leaves every day at 20:55 for the 11-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. A brief 90-minute transit leads to TG 7054, operated by Bangkok Airways. The flight arrives at 16:40.

TG 921 departs daily at 13:45 for the 10.5-hour flight to Bangkok. After a 3-hour layover, you’ll board TG 7052, operated by Bangkok Airways. The flight lands in Luang Prabang at 11:35.

Vietnam Airlines: VN 36 takes off every day at 13:55 on the 10.5-hour overnight flight to Hanoi. After a 4-hour stop, climb on Lao Airlines QV 316 for the hour-long flight that arrives at 11:30.

To Pakse

Get to Pakse in 17.5 hours with a couple of choices. Transit times are about 5 hours. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 921 departs 5 days a week (2, 4, 5, 6, 7) at 13:45 for the 10.5-hour flight to Bangkok. After a 5.5-hour layover, take off on Lao Airlines’ QV 224 for the 90-minute flight that arrives at 13:20.

Vietnam Airlines: VN 30 flies twice a week (1, 3) at 13:35 for the 11.5-hour flight to Ho Chi Minh City, and a 5-hour layover. Next, board Lao Airlines’ QV 516 for the 90-minute flight that arrives at 13:35.

 

From London

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane and Luang Prabang when leaving from Heathrow International Airport (HAN). Transit times vary between 3.5 and 4.5 hours, whether you fly via Bangkok or Hanoi. Save transportation time for a longer Lao holiday by getting to The Last Frontier with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

You can arrive in Vientiane in less than 16 hours with a selection of airlines. Transit times of 3.5-5.0 hours give you ample time to catch your transfer flight. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 917 departs daily at 11:50 for the 11.5-hour overnight trip to Bangkok, and a 3.5-hour stop. Then you’ll board Lao Airlines’ QV 442 for a 90-minute flight that lands at 11:10.

An evening flight, TG 917, leaves London at 21:35, and lands in Bangkok 11 hours later. After a 3.5-hour stop, TG 574 takes off on the 1-hour flight that touches down at 20:45.

EVA Airways: EVA 68 departs every evening at 21:20 for the 11.5-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. After 4.5 hours in transit, board Lao Airlines’ QV 446 for the 60-minute flight to Vientiane.

Vietnam Airlines: VN 54 has morning departures five days a week (2, 3, 4, 5, 7) for the 11-hour-plus overnight flight to Hanoi. After 4.5 hours in transit, you depart on VN 921, and land in Vientiane at 10:50.

To Luang Prabang

Fly to Luang Prabang in 17-18 hours on a choice of carriers. Transit stops from 3-5 hours leave ample time to catch your connecting flight. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 911 offers daily departures at 11:50, for the 11.5-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. A 3-hour transit stop leads to TG 7052, operated by Bangkok Airways, and a 2-hour flight to Luang Prabang, which lands at 11:35. 

British Airways: BA 9 departs every afternoon at 15:05 for the 11-plus-hour flight to Bangkok. After 5.5 hours in transit, you’ll fly on Bangkok Airways’ PG 945, and arrive in Luang Prabang at 16:40.  

Vietnam Airlines: VN 54 offers four overnight flights a week (2, 4, 5, 7), departing for Hanoi at 11:00. The 11-hour flight leads to 5 hours in transit at Noi Bai International Airport, before you board Lao Airlines’ QV 316 and the hour-long flight to Luang Prabang, which lands at 11:30.

 

From Moscow

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane and Luang Prabang when starting your trip at Sheremetyevo Airport (SVO) or Domodedovo Airport on a choice of airlines. Transit times are generally between 90 minutes and 4.0 hours, whether you fly via Bangkok, Hanoi, Seoul, or Guangzhou. Save time for a longer holiday by getting to Lao with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

Fly to the Lao capital in less than 12 hours with a choice of airlines. Transit times of 90 minutes to 2.5 hours presents seamless connections. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Aeroflot-Russian Airlines: SU 270 departs daily at 19:25 for the 9-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. A brief 90-minute transit stop places you on Bangkok Airways’ PG 943, with arrival in Vientiane at 11:00 after the 75-minute flight.

Thai Airways International: TG 975 flies four days a week (1, 3, 4, 6) at 18:40 to Bangkok. After 9 hours in the air, you’ll have a 2-hour stopover before transferring to Bangkok Airways’s PG 943 that arrives at 11:00.

Korean Air: KAL 924 flies twice a week (1, 6) to Seoul, departing at 18:35 for the 9-hour overnight flight. After 2.5 hours in Incheon Airport’s transit, you’ll board Lao Airlines’ QV 922 for the 5-hour flight to Vientiane, which arrives at 15:00.

Vietnam Airlines: VN 64 offers two flights a week (2, 6), departing at 19:00 for the 9-hour flight to Hanoi. After a 90-minute stop to transfer to VN 921, you’ fly for an hour and reach Vientiane at 10:50.

China Southern Airlines: CZ 656 flies twice a week (2, 6), departing at 21:25 for the 9-hour overnight flight to Guangzhou’s Baiyun International Airport. After a 2.5-hour transit stop, you fly on CZ 6091 to Vientiane, arriving at 18:10.

To Luang Prabang

Fly to Luang Prabang in 12.5-15 hours on a choice of airlines. Transit stops from 2-4.5 hours leave time to catch your connecting flight. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Aeroflot-Russian Airlines: SU 270 departs daily at 19:25 for the 9-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. A 2-hour transit stop places you on Lao Airlines’ QV 634, with arrival in Luang Prabang at 12:00 after the 90-minute flight.

SU 272 also departs every evening for Bangkok at 21:45, with a 4.5-hour stopover after the 9-hour overnight flight. You’ll then board Bangkok Airways PG 945 that arrives at 16:40 after the 90-minute flight. 

SU 290 flies 5 nights a week (2, 3, 4, 5, 7), departing at 20:10 for a 9-hour flight to Hanoi’s Noi Bai Airport for a 4-hour transit stop. Next comes Vietnam Airlines’ VN 931 and an hour-long flight that lands at 14:00.

Thai Airways International: TG 975 departs five days a week (1, 2, 3, 4, 6) for the 9-hour overnight flight to Bangkok and a 2-hour stop to transfer to Bangkok Airways PG 941. The flight to Luang Prabang takes a bit more than 2 hours and arrives at 11:35.

 

From North America

You’re just one stop away from Laos when departing from New York and Los Angeles, while other major hubs deliver you with quick two-stoppers. A choice of airlines and departure times land in Laos every day. And quick transit times give you a seamless, trouble-free journey.

 

From New York

The fastest one-stop flight to Laos from North America departs from the world’s fastest city…New York…19.5-hours. You’ll depart from Kennedy Airport (JFK) with a transit stop in Guangzhou or Seoul. You’ll also find plenty of two-stop routes that can get you to Vientiane or Luang Prabang in less than 24 hours. Get more from your Lao holiday by getting to The Last Frontier fast.

To Vientiane

Fly to the Lao capital in less than 20 hours on a couple of airlines. You can also find up to a dozen daily 2-stop flights that take between 23 and 26 hours to reach the Lao capital. Transit times begin at 60 minutes for quick and seamless connections. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

China Southern Airlines: CZ 300 takes off from Kennedy Airport on Tuesday and Thursday at 10:40 for the 16-hour overnight flight to Guangzhou. A quick 1-hour transfer to CZ6091 places you on board the 2.5 hour flight that arrives at 18:10.

Korean Air: KAL offers a one-stop overnight flight five days per week (1, 2, 4, 6, 7) that takes 26 hours. KAL 86 departs Kennedy at 00:50 for the 14.5-hour flight to Seoul’s Incheon Airport and a 6.5-hour layover. You’ll then board Lao Airlines’ QV922 for the 5-hour flight that arrives in Vientiane at 15:00.

 

From Los Angeles

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane when departing from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) on a choice of airlines. Total travel times are between 27 and 30 hours on a few carriers, though some two-stoppers are quicker. Those on a one-stop strategy will layover in Singapore, Guangzhou, or Seoul. Save time for a longer holiday by getting to Lao with just one stop…or two.

 

To Vientiane

Fly to the Lao capital every day in less than 30 hours on a few flights via Singapore, Guangzhou, or Seoul You can also find up to a dozen daily 2-stop flights that take 23-28 hours to reach Vientiane. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

United Airlines: UA 37 departs three days a week (2, 4, 6,) at 20:55 for an 18-hour overnight flight to Singapore. After 6.5 hours in transit at Changi Airport, you’ll board Silk Air’s MI 788 for the 3-hour flight to Vientiane, and arrive at 15:15.

China Southern Airlines: CZ 328 departs three days a week (1, 3, 5) at 22:20 for the 15.5-hour overnight flight to Guangzhou’s Baiyun International Airport. An 11-hour transit stop ends with CZ 6091, and a 2.5-hour flight that arrives at 18:10. 

Korean Air: KAL12 leaves LAX four days a week (2, 4, 5, 7) at 23:30 for the 13.5-hour overnight flight to Seoul’s Incheon Airport and a 6-hour stop. You’ll then board KAL5757, operated by Jin Air, for the 6-hour flight to Vientiane, which arrives at 20:50. 

 

From Other North American Cities

You can catch flights from other North American hubs that reach Laos in two stops. Check out Atlanta, Chicago, Dallas, and Vancouver.

 

From South Asia

You’re just one stop away from Laos when departing from India, Sri Lanka and Nepal via Bangkok. A choice of airlines and departure times land in Laos every day. And quick transit times give you a seamless, trouble-free journey.

 

From Delhi

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane and Luang Prabang when leaving from Indira Gandhi International Airport (DEL). Transit times in Bangkok vary between 3.0 and 4.0 hours before the flight to The Last Frontier. Save transportation time for a longer Lao holiday by getting here with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

Fly to the Lao capital in less than 10 hours with a choice of airlines. Transit times of 2.5-4.0 hours let you recharge before your connections. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 332 departs daily at 03:30 for the 4-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. After a brief 2.5-hour transit stop, TG 2570, operated by Thai Smile, takes off for the 70-minute flight and lands at 12:25.

TG 324 takes off five days a week (1, 2, 4, 5, 6) at 11:10 for the overnight flight to Bangkok, and a 3-hour transit stop. TG 574 takes you on the second leg that arrives at 20:45.

TG 316 departs daily at 0:20 for the overnight Bangkok flight, and a 4-hour transit stop. Bangkok Airways’ PG943 finishes the journey with a 75-minute flight that arrives at 11:00.

Jet Airways: Flight 9W64 takes off at 23:25 every day for the 4-hour flight to Bangkok. After a 5-hour transit stop, board Bangkok Airways’ PG943. The 75-minute flight lands at 11:00. 

To Luang Prabang

Travel to Luang Prabang in 9-10.5 hours with a few flight options. Transit times generally take around 4 hours. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 332 departs daily at 03:30 for the 4-hour Bangkok flight, and a 3.5-hour transfer stop. Then climb on TG 2576, operated by Thai Smile, for the 90-minute flight that arrives at 14:00.

TG 316 offers daily departures at 0:20 for the redeye to Bangkok and a 3.5-hour transit stop. The flight to Luang Prabang is onboard Bangkok Airways’ PG 941, and arrives at 11:35.

Bangkok Airways: PG 4234, operated by Jet Airways, takes off every day at 23:25, stopping at Bangkok for a 4.5 hours in transit after the overnight flight. PG 941 completes the trip with a 2-hour flight landing at 11:35.

 

From Mumbai

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane and Luang Prabang when leaving from Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (BOM). Transit times in Bangkok vary from 2.0 to 4.0 hours before the flight to The Last Frontier. Save transportation time for a longer Lao holiday by getting here with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

Fly to the Lao capital in 7-10 hours with a choice of airlines. Transit times of 80 minutes to 4 hours provide you with quick transfers to get you to Vientiane fast and easy. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Jet Airways: Flight 9W 62 departs daily at 02:00 for the 4-hour overnight flight to Bangkok, and a brief 2-hour transit stop. Bangkok Airways’ PG 943 then takes you on the 75-minute flight that arrives at 11:00.

Air India: AI 330 takes off every day at 01:45 for the overnight flight to Bangkok. After a 2-hour transit stop, board Bangkok Airways’ PG 943 for the short flight that lands at 11:00.

Bangkok Airways: PG 734 departs early every morning at 01:00 for Bangkok and a 3-hour transit stop. PG 943 then takes off for Vientiane, landing at 11:00.

Thai Airways International: TG 352 offers four flights a week (1, 3, 5, 7) at 02:40 for the 4-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. After a brief 80-minute stop, Bangkok Airways’ PG 943 departs on the short flight that lands at 11:00.

To Luang Prabang

Travel to Luang Prabang in 7.5-9.5 hours with a few flight options. Transit times take between 2.0-4.0 hours. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Jet Airways: Flight 9W 62 departs daily at 02:00 for the 4-hour overnight flight to Bangkok, and a brief 2h-45m transit stop. Bangkok Airways’ PG 941 then takes you on the 2-hour flight that arrives at 11:35.

Bangkok Airways: PG 734 departs early every morning at 01:00 for Bangkok and a 3.5-hour transit stop. Lao Airlines’ QV 634 then takes off for Luang Prabang, landing at 12:00.

Air India: AI 330 takes off every day at 01:45 for the overnight flight to Bangkok. After a 2-hour transit stop, board Bangkok Airways’ PG 941 for the short flight that lands at 11:35.

Thai Airways International: TG 352 offers three flights a week (1, 3, 5, 7) at 02:40 for the 4-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. After a brief 1-hour stop, Bangkok Airways’ PG 941 departs on the short flight that lands at 11:35.

 

From Kolkata

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane and Luang Prabang when departing from Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport (CCU). Transit times in Bangkok vary from 2.5 to 4.0 hours before the flight to The Last Frontier. Save transportation time for a longer Lao holiday by getting here with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

You’ll find one daily flight with two transit options at Bangkok that land you in Vientiane in about 8.0 hours.

Thai Airways International: TG 314 departs daily at 01:55 for the 2.5-hour flight to Bangkok. From here, you have two choices, and both require 4-hour transit stops. Lao Airlines’ QV 442 takes off at 09:35 and lands at 11:10. Bangkok Airways’ PG 943 departs at 09:45 and arrives at 11:00.

To Luang Prabang

You can fly to Luang Prabang in less than 8.5 hours, with transit in Bangkok. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 314 departs daily at 01:55 for the 2.5-hour flight to Bangkok. After a 3.5-hour transit stop, board Bangkok Airways’ PG 941 for the 2-hour flight that lands at 11:35.

 

From Colombo

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane and Luang Prabang when departing from Bandaranaike International Airport (CMB). Save transportation time for a longer Lao holiday by getting to The Last Frontier with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

Fly to the Lao capital in about 8 hours with two flights leading to four transit options. Transit times in Bangkok are around 3 hours, providing you with reasonable transfer times to easily get you to Vientiane. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

SriLankan Airlines: UL 402 departs daily at 01:30 for the 3.5-hour flight to Bangkok. After a 3-hour transit stop, you can catch Bangkok Airways’ PG 943 or Lao Airlines’ QV 442, both of which arrive at around 11:00.

Thai Airways International: TG 308 takes off daily 01:30 for the Bangkok flight and a 3.5-hour transit stop. Then it’s Bangkok Airways’ PG 943 or Lao Airlines’ QV 442, both of which arrive at around 11:00.

To Luang Prabang

You can fly to Luang Prabang on a choice of flights in less than 8.5 hours, with transit in Bangkok. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

SriLankan Airlines: UL 404 departs daily at 07:10 for the 3.5-hour flight to Bangkok, and a 3-hour transit stop, before boarding Bangkok Airways’ PG 945. Then, a 1.5-hour flight arrives in Luang Prabang at 16:40.

UL 402 takes off daily at 01:30 for the overnight flight to Bangkok and a 3.5-hour layover. Bangkok Airways’ PG 941takes you the rest of the way on a 2-hour flight that lands at 11:35.

Thai Airways International: TG 308 departs daily for the Bangkok flight, before a 3-hour stop to connect with Bangkok Airways’ PG 941 and the flight to Luang Prabang, which lands at 11:35. Or, you can wait another 45 minutes and catch Lao Airlines’ QV 634 that lands at 12:00.

 

From Kathmandu

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane when departing from Tribhuvan International Airport (KTM). Save transportation time for a longer Lao holiday by getting to The Last Frontier with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

Fly to Vientiane in some 6 hours with a couple of transit options, from 70 minutes to 2 hours. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 320 takes off daily at 13:55 for the 3.25-hour flight to Bangkok. After a brief 70-minute transfer, you’ll board TG 574 for a 1-hour flight with a 20:45 arrival, or wait 2 hours for Lao Airlines QV 446 that lands at 21:25.

  

From Australia

You’re just one stop away from Laos when departing from Melbourne, Sydney, and Brisbane via Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, or Singapore. A choice of airlines and departure times land in Laos every day. And quick transit times give you a seamless, trouble-free journey.

 

From Melbourne

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane and Luang Prabang when departing from Tullamarine International Airport (MEL). Transit times in Bangkok are 4-6 hours, with total travel times between 14.5 and 16.5 hour depending on your final destination. Save time for a longer holiday by getting to Lao with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

Fly to Vientiane in 14.5-16.5 hours with a couple of transit options, from 4.0-6.0 hours. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 462 offers daily departures to Bangkok, which leave at 00:30 for the 9-hour flight. After a 4-hour transit stop you have two options. Bangkok Airways’ PG 943 and Lao Airlines’ QV 442 both arrive in Vientiane around 11:00 after a 1-hour flight. For those who want to remain with Thai Airways, a layover of nearly 6 hours puts you on TG 2570, operated by Thai Smile, which lands at 12:35.

To Luang Prabang

Travel to Luang Prabang in 15 hours, with a transit time of 4 hours. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 462 departs daily at 00:30 for the 9-hour flight to Bangkok. After a transit stop of less than 4 hours, board TG 7052, operated by Bangkok Airways, for the 2-hour flight that lands at 11:35.

From Sydney

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane and Luang Prabang when departing from Kingsford Smith International Airport (SYD). Transit times in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur are 3.5-4.0 hours, with total travel times around 14-15 hours depending on your final destination. Save time for a longer holiday by getting to The Last Frontier with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

You can reach the Lao capital in less than 15 hours with two flights leading to three transit options. Transit times in Bangkok are around 3.5 hours, providing you with reasonable transfer times to easily get you to Vientiane. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Qantas Airways: QF 23 departs every day at 10:30 for the 9.5-hour flight to Bangkok. After a 3.5-hour transfer stop, Thai Airways International’s TG 574 takes off, and arrives at 20:45. A 4.25-hour layover puts you on Lao Airlines’ QV 446 that arrives at 21:25.

Thai Airways International: TG 476 takes off daily at 10:00 for the Bangkok flight, and a 4-hour transit stop. TG 574 continues to Vientiane, arriving at 20:25.

To Luang Prabang

Travel to Luang Prabang in 15 hours, with a transit time of 3.5 hours. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

AirAsia X: D7 221 offers four flights a week (2, 4, 6, 7) at 21:40 for the 8.5-hour flight to Kuala Lumpur. After a 3.5-hour transit stop, AK 562 takes off for the 3-hour flight that lands at 08:40

 

From Brisbane

You’re just one stop away from Vientiane and Luang Prabang when departing from Brisbane International Airport (BNE). Transit times in Bangkok and Singapore are 3.0-5.0 hours, with total travel times around 14-15.5 hours depending on your final destination. Save time for a longer holiday by getting to Lao with just one stop.

 

To Vientiane

You’ll find a flight almost every day with transfer options at Bangkok and Singapore that land you in Vientiane in 14-16 hours.

Emirates: EK 433 departs five days a week (1, 4, 5, 6, 7) at 02:35 for a 7.5-hour overnight flight to Singapore. After a 5-hour layover, board Silk Air MI 788 for the 3-hour flight that lands at 15:15.

Thai Airways International: TG 478 takes off three days a week (2, 4, 6) at 23:40 for the 9-hour overnight flight to Bangkok. After a 4-hour stopover, board Bangkok Airways’ PG 943 for the 75-minute flight that arrives at 11:00. TG 2570, operated by Thai Smile Airways, departs about 90 minutes later, and lands at 12:35.   

To Luang Prabang

Travel to Luang Prabang in 15 hours, with a transit time of 3.5 hours in Bangkok. The airlines are members of alliances or have codeshare deals.

Thai Airways International: TG 478 has three departures a week (2, 4, 6) at 23:40 to Bangkok that lead to a Luang Prabang flight. After the 9-hour overnight flight and 3.5 hour layover, board TG 7052, operated by Bangkok Airways, and arrive at 11:35 after 2 hours in the air.

Note: The flight numbers and times above reflect the schedules published by each airline as of 30 November 2017. Schedules are subject to change. Be sure to check the airlines’ sites for the most up to date timetables. All times are local times.

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