A selection of Thai phrases you may useful while at the airport:
When will the plane leave? - Krung bin ja awk meua-rai?
Excuse me, I'm looking for... - Kaw tod (krap/kaw), (phom/di-chan) haa...
How many departures are there today? - Wan ni mee kii thiaw?
Where can I buy a ticket? - Seu tua tii nai?
I'd like a ticket. - Yaak dai tua.
We want to go to... - Yaak bai...
How much per seat? - Thii-la thao-rai?
I'd like to book a seat to Phuket. - Yaak jawng thuii nang bai Phuket.
It's full. - Tem laow / Mot laow.
I'd like to change my ticket. - Yaak plian tua.
I'd like a refund on my ticket. - Yaak kheun tua.
Sorry, I've changed my mind. - Khaw tod plian jai laow.
I'd like a one way ticket - Ow tua thiaw diaw.
... return ticket - …tua pai krap/kah.
Two tickets - Tua song bai.
1st class - Chan nung.
2nd class - Chan song.
3rd class - Chan sam.
When will the aeroplane leave? - Klung bin ja awk meua - rai?
Aeroplane - Klung bin.
Aeroplane tickets - Tua krung bing.
Airline - Kaan bin.
Airport - Sanaam bin.
There are no seats - Mai mii thi nang.
Full - tem Laow.
You can't have a seat - Jawng thii nang mai dai.
The tickets are sold out - tua khaai mot laow.
Seats will be available tomorrow - ja mii thii nang phrung nii.
I (male) – Pom.
I (female) – Di Chan.
Left – Sai.
Right – Kwaa.
Straight ahead - Trong pai.
Turn back – Klap.
How far? - Klai thoa rai?
How many kilometers from here? - kii lo met jaak thii ni?
Suvarnabhumi: Soo-varn-a poom.
Near - klai (level tone).
Far - klai (falling tone).>