Parking at Udon Thani Airport

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Re: Parking at Udon Thani Airport

Post by Hoopoe » January 30, 2017, 12:53 pm

HI guys for wot its worth sister inlaw picked me up on 27th she was parked in the pay zone , she was there less than 1 hour no charge ,

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Re: Parking at Udon Thani Airport

Post by Brian Davis » January 31, 2017, 9:09 am

Brian Davis wrote:Relevant to parking, or just dropping off/picking up quickly. - Nok Air still using old terminal? Lion Air - new terminal? Air Asia and Thai Smile?????? Thanks.
In retrospect, a silly question on my part. But my memory went right back to the very old, completely demolished? terminal,where Immigration 'lived' for a while, which was separated by 100? metres from that used now and you had to walk outside. Although I didn't get out of the car and my eyes were mainly on the road today, it seemed the newer additions might be termed an extension and you can walk through the complete length i.e. dropping off at any entrance doesn't cause an inconvenience.

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Re: Parking at Udon Thani Airport

Post by Zidane » January 31, 2017, 12:12 pm

Brian,
Check in for Nok Air and Thai Smile is the same as ever but for Lion Air and Air Asia its at the new style "old terminal."
You can drop off at the normal place and then go inside,bear right and walk about 100 metres or so for the new Lion Air/Air Asia check ins.
Pick up area from flights is the same as it always was.
Just when I thought our chance had passed,you go and save the best for last.

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Re: Parking at Udon Thani Airport

Post by Brian Davis » January 31, 2017, 12:30 pm

Thanks, Zidane.
That's really what I meant, but you explained it better! Initially, I had it in my head that for, as you say. Lion Air and Air Asia, you'd have to go further to a still separate building.

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Re: Parking at Udon Thani Airport

Post by FrazeeDK » January 31, 2017, 1:08 pm

past the new terminal it appears a huge new parking lot is being constructed.. The entire areas been dug down half a meter or more to prepare it..

On the new terminal. when you enter it, walking from the old terminal watch out for the single step down about 20-30 meters inside the new terminal...
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Re: Parking at Udon Thani Airport

Post by mickojak » February 2, 2017, 3:34 pm

Just got dropped off at the airport. First 3 lanes are now dedicated to short term parking. First 25 minutes free then 20 baht for next hour etc.
Brilliant and about time.
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Re: Parking at Udon Thani Airport

Post by ߺº » February 2, 2017, 3:48 pm

Just returned from parking at Udon Airport for less than 72 hours. Was charged 4-days @ 200 baht each. Although was there less than 3 days total, once you go over 24 hours you're billed by the # of calendar days there. This wasn't human calculated, price to pay came up automatic when scanning my parking card and was displayed on receipt. This was for a spot not even close, but rather around in the back lot. Prices were same for each lot, just the ones closer were filled.

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Re: Parking at Udon Thani Airport

Post by parrot » June 17, 2017, 6:59 pm

The warning sign says (in effect): additional parking area prone to flooding during the rainy season. Park at your own risk. Airport authorities not responsible for damage.
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