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I am travelling on an international flight for the first time. I am staying in New Delhi and would like to travel to Bangkok.

Do Indian flights go to Bangkok? And how or where will I get the timings? Can I book this myself or do I need to use an Agent?

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closed as not a real question by Ankur Banerjee Dec 14 '11 at 12:24

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Not sure if I understand the question "Do Indian flights go to Bangkok?" Are you basically asking what kind of flight connections are available from New Delhi to Bangkok (airlines & timetables)? – Jonik Dec 14 '11 at 8:34
Hi Aakesh, welcome to Travel.SE. Unfortunately, this question is WAY too basic to be covered on this site. A simple web search will point you to numerous online booking sites as well as real-world travel agents with whom you can book flights, find out schedules, etc. – Ankur Banerjee Dec 14 '11 at 12:24
How did this question get "migrated" and then closed. Do (or should) you need moderator permission to "migrate" a question? – Tom Au Dec 14 '11 at 15:28
@TomAu indeed and it is also very strange that this question… didn't get closed. The similarity between these two are obvious. – user141 Dec 14 '11 at 17:25
I think this question is worse. It doesn't mention an airport or an airline or whether only Indian airlines are considered like it implies. Also it includes multiple questions, the one about booking is as unanswerable as the one about routes. And the OP is an anonymous user so I'm not sure they'll even get the feedback in these comments to be able the improve the question. If you feel you know what is really being asked feel free to edit the question to make it clearer. – hippietrail Dec 14 '11 at 18:29