Trains from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport

By train the journey from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport is scheduled to take from 8 to 9 hours depending upon which train service you take.

Train Times from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport


There are 4 direct trains a day from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport.

  • Please note: The services shaded in grey are not currently operating.
TrainUdon ThaniDon Mueang AirportService
7608:1616:17Express
7820:2603:58Express
13419:3804:40Rapid
2620:2005:00Special Express
  • The fastest train from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport is the daytime Train #76 departing at 08:16 and scheduled to complete the journey to Don Mueang Airport in 8 hours 01 minutes.
  • The slowest train of the four services from Udon Thani to Bangkok is Train #134 departing at 19:38 and scheduled arrive in Don Mueang Airport 9 hours 02 minutes later.

Buy Tickets from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport


Use the Search Box below to buy your train tickets from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport.

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Information about tickets: Don Mueang Airport railway station is one of the stops before you get to the main train stations in Central Bangkok, which are Bang Sue and Hua Lamphong. All trains from Udon Thani to Bangkok stop on route at Don Mueang Airport. Sometimes Don Muaeng Airport doesn’t show in the ticket option as the end destination. If this happens you can buy a ticket to Bang Sue or Hua Lamphong and simply exit the train at Don Mueang Airport before you reach the end destination stated on your ticket.

Ticket Prices from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport


Train tickets for travel from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport cost 45 to 180 THB more purchased online than they do purchased at a train station in Thailand.

Seat TypeOnline PriceStation Price
1st Class A/C Sleeper1,682 THB1,502 THB
2nd Class A/C Sleeper1,089 THB972 THB
2nd Class A/C Seat529 THB472 THB
2nd Class Fan Seat367 THB322 THB
3rd Class Fan Seat247 to 287 THB202 to 242 THB

Train tickets are not always available on the day of travel. The best seat types, particularly seats and sleeper berths in 1st and 2nd Class A/C carriages, often sell out more than a week in advance. If you are unable to go to a train station in Thailand to buy your tickets at least a few days before you plan to travel then it makes sense to pay extra to book your tickets in advance online.

Location of Udon Thani Railway Station


Google Map of Udon Thani Railway Station

Location of Don Mueang Airport Railway Station


Google Map of Don Mueang Airport Station

About Travel from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport


There are two ways to travel overland by public transport from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport: bus and train. The advantage of travelling by train from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport is that you can travel direct to the airport as there is a small railway station inside the airport grounds connected by an elevated walkway to the terminal building. It’s a 5 to 10 minute walk from the railway station to the check in desks at Don Mueang Airport. If you travel by bus from Udon Thani it’s much less convenient because bus services arrive in Bangkok at Bangkok Northern Bus Terminal, which is a 20 minute journey by taxi or 40 minute journey by bus from Don Mueang Airport, which adds to the time and expense of using public bus services to travel from Udon Thani to Don Mueang Airport. Also, if you have a morning flight you can save yourself the cost of a night in a hotel, or the discomfort of trying to sleep in sat upright in a bus, by a booking a sleeper berth on Train #26 and travelling overnight.

Platform 1 at Udon Thani Railway Station
Platform 1 at Udon Thani Railway Station

If you travel by train Udon Thani from Don Mueang Airport during the day on Train #76 there is some interesting scenery to enjoy on route. The highlight of the journey is the section of railway track that runs alongside and over the Pa Sak Jolasid Dam Reservoir. The Pa Sak Jolasid Dam Reservoir is a 5 km long man made lake which has become a tourist attraction its own right. Sections of the railway track are suspended above just a few metres above the water by concrete pillars providing train passengers with excellent views across the reservoir.

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