Rangsit- Hua Takhay Line. Must take bus from railway
station to airport.
2x 5 storey car parking connected to the passenger
building. Over 15,600 cars. 20 taxis all the time at the arrivals lounge and now they depart on the seconf floor. Do not talk to touts and those offering cheap taxi fares as the airport authorities are getting rid of these touts..
Catch the taxis into town on the 2nd floor. You have to pay 50baht surcharge on top of the taxi fare meter at the end of the trip and make sure the driver has his meter on..
TAXI DRIVERS GET TO DEMAND NEW FARE TARIFF
Licensed taxi drivers are demanding a revised fare structure and are defending their strike at Suvarnabhumi airport last Thursday. Legal taxi driver Pathaweee Meerat said the continuing presence of illegal operators at both Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang airports is forcing registered drivers to demand verbally agreed fares for long-distance trips instead of using meters. Drivers working at Suvarnabhumi airport went on strike on Thursday, calling for changes to the new taxi fare structure imposed on June 18 for metered taxis. They said the new metered fare was unfair when making long-distance trips from the airports to provinces other than Nonthaburi, Samut Prakan and Pathum Thani. The Transport Ministry on Friday agreed to let taxi drivers bargain with passengers for inter-provincial trips. But the permission will not be granted permanently until the transport minister signs a regulation excluding long-distance trips from the ministry's taxi fare regulation.The permission will be temporary, as authorities are working out a new fare structure for long-distance trips to the provinces.Legal taxi drivers accuse illegal operators of snatching passengers from them, causing them to lose income.They said they had tried in vain to bring the matter to the attention of executives of the airport since Suvarnabhumi opened two years ago, but the problem continues. Illegal taxi drivers were criticised for damaging the country's image and the reputation of legal cabbies by overcharging foreign tourists.One licensed driver said the illegal taxi problem had not been tackled seriously because authorities and influential figures were involved. Bangkok Post Oct 4th 2008
Access to the Public Transport Centre then free shuttle
top the departure & vice versa if wanting a bus into Bangkok. Free shuttle if coming by bus to the Bus terminal or if you wish to catch a bus into town to say the Victory Monument then use the Shuttle bus. There is a 7/11 and ATMs at the terminal and everything is well displayed in English for onward travel by bus..
Access by 5 routes: 1/. Northern Access: an 8 lane from
Bangkok-Chon Buri top the passenger terminal 2/. NW access: a 8 lane
to Rom Kalo & King Kaeo Rds 3/. South: 4 lane to bang Na-Trat &
Buraphavithi (East Route) expressay. 4/. NE: 4 lanes to On Nut & BTS
5/. West: 4 lanes to king Kaeo Rd. Rail access will be ready in 2008.