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VIP Fast Track Service at Suvarnabhumi Airport


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I'm thinking of booking a fast track service for when I land at Suvarnabhumi airport at the beginning of my next trip to Thailand. I was thinking that it might be a good way to get through immigration quickly after a long flight.

So I was wondering if anybody has ever done this and what did you think of the service

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I assume you mean BFS - I have used them many times in the past when I used to fly cattle class. 

I tried to book them this week as my flight didn't have a BC option but got an email back saying they were unable accept my booking as they were fully booked. 

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Unless travelling without checked in luggage I don't see the point.

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51 minutes ago, Ru4Real said:

Unless travelling without checked in luggage I don't see the point.

I  was stuck in a 30 min queue on Friday night full of stinking retards who thought for some reason they didn't need to fill in the fucking immigration form until they reached the desk! 

BFS is less than £20, on Friday night I would have paid £100 to skip the queue! 

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1 hour ago, The Storm said:

I assume you mean BFS - I have used them many times in the past when I used to fly cattle class. 

I tried to book them this week as my flight didn't have a BC option but got an email back saying they were unable accept my booking as they were fully booked. 

Not sure what BFS stands for.  

Earlier I googled Fast Track at BKK airport and a few different websites came up.  One of the sites that came up was http://bangkokfasttrack.com/ 

59 minutes ago, Ru4Real said:

Unless travelling without checked in luggage I don't see the point.

I've been travelling to Thailand for 25 years and for my next trip I just though I'd try something different.  If the fast track went well I would use the service again.  If I wasnt impressed I would not book it again

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3 minutes ago, The Storm said:

I  was stuck in a 30 min queue on Friday night full of stinking retards who thought for some reason they didn't need to fill in the fucking immigration form until they reached the desk! 

BFS is less than £20, on Friday night I would have paid £100 to skip the queue! 

I've been visiting Thailand for a long time and the immigration queues can be a pain so this is why I am thinking of booking fast track.  Can you tell me more about BFS

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10 minutes ago, blue1878 said:

Not sure what BFS stands for.  

Earlier I googled Fast Track at BKK airport and a few different websites came up.  One of the sites that came up was http://bangkokfasttrack.com/ 

I've been travelling to Thailand for 25 years and for my next trip I just though I'd try something different.  If the fast track went well I would use the service again.  If I wasnt impressed I would not book it again

Bangkok Flight Services.

I have used their service 100s of times, never once has there been a problem. The staff that meet you as you disembark from the aircraft are invariably attractive ladies who speak good English. If booking the electric cart option the total price is 1,600 Baht, if two of you are traveling together on the same flight the price for both is 2,000 baht. They escort you to priority Immigration, then onto luggage reclaim if you have any, through customs to your waiting transportation if booked.

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3 hours ago, Cerberus said:

Bangkok Flight Services.

I have used their service 100s of times, never once has there been a problem. The staff that meet you as you disembark from the aircraft are invariably attractive ladies who speak good English. If booking the electric cart option the total price is 1,600 Baht, if two of you are traveling together on the same flight the price for both is 2,000 baht. They escort you to priority Immigration, then onto luggage reclaim if you have any, through customs to your waiting transportation if booked.

Cerberus thanks for the info

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5 hours ago, blue1878 said:

I've been visiting Thailand for a long time and the immigration queues can be a pain so this is why I am thinking of booking fast track.  Can you tell me more about BFS

BFS = Bangkok Flight Services.

They have various services for inbound and outbound travel through swampy.

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Bangkok Airport Fast track 1100THB

BFS 800THB Premium Airport Service

are the sites to check. 

Greeter meets you as you come off the airbridge and takes you through fast immigration lane; helps you get your baggage off the carousel; accompanies you to taxi or to the fast train station in the basement of Suvarnabhumi terminal.

First time I used it I timed 14 minutes from off the plane to into taxi.

Can be well worthwhile after a long flight.

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I use them for every trip. Absolutely worth the $25. It's typically 15-20 minutes between walking off the plane and sitting in my taxi.

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7 hours ago, blue1878 said:

I'm thinking of booking a fast track service for when I land at Suvarnabhumi airport at the beginning of my next trip to Thailand. I was thinking that it might be a good way to get through immigration quickly after a long flight.

So I was wondering if anybody has ever done this and what did you think of the service

I get it for free arriving and departing on Cathay pacific but anything beats waiting in lines. I have no idea how long the lines have been the last six times but I am sure I missed boring queues.

Departing is really fast. Lots of monks.

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7 hours ago, The Storm said:

I  was stuck in a 30 min queue on Friday night full of stinking retards who thought for some reason they didn't need to fill in the fucking immigration form until they reached the desk! 

BFS is less than £20, on Friday night I would have paid £100 to skip the queue! 

Funny how you say that ! 

I flew Business Class Thai airways to Bangkok , i thought i would get a priorty lane card , i didnt and when i got to the counter i had NO immigration form , this was after lining up 30 minutes ! Guess what , back to the line after giving me one , another 30 minutes !!!

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20 minutes ago, Sydneysydney said:

Funny how you say that ! 

I flew Business Class Thai airways to Bangkok , i thought i would get a priorty lane card , i didnt and when i got to the counter i had NO immigration form , this was after lining up 30 minutes ! Guess what , back to the line after giving me one , another 30 minutes !!!

That's shit - you should have been given a fast track pass on board the aircraft. Not filling in the the immigration form is a newbie mistake! :) 

The immigration staff really lost their patience on Friday night! There was clearly a flight from India landing at the same time and in the end they were literally frog marching people away from desks and out the queue for not having the form filled in to back on the line. 

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12 minutes ago, Sydneysydney said:

Funny how you say that ! 

I flew Business Class Thai airways to Bangkok , i thought i would get a priorty lane card , i didnt and when i got to the counter i had NO immigration form , this was after lining up 30 minutes ! Guess what , back to the line after giving me one , another 30 minutes !!!

Thai airways no longer give out premium lane cards, just showing a boarding card stub from a Thai business or first class flight gives you access to the premium lane. 

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I use them every time now and concur with what Cerberus has said. Always friendly and attractive ladies who meet you as you disembark and escort you through the priority fast track immigration line. Actually this last time she even escorted me past other priority fast track people who I guess were just first class or whatever people. After choosing the wrong line once and having 100 people skip past me in the other line who came after me and then almost getting into a fight with a Russian guy, I swore I would never wait in the normal line again. Be aware that if you book an electric cart and one isn't available when you disembark that they will not refund you any money for paying extra for it. I never book it anyway but some of you fatties might get tired on the way to the immigration line.

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2 hours ago, Ohyesuare said:

I use them every time now and concur with what Cerberus has said. Always friendly and attractive ladies who meet you as you disembark and escort you through the priority fast track immigration line. Actually this last time she even escorted me past other priority fast track people who I guess were just first class or whatever people. After choosing the wrong line once and having 100 people skip past me in the other line who came after me and then almost getting into a fight with a Russian guy, I swore I would never wait in the normal line again. Be aware that if you book an electric cart and one isn't available when you disembark that they will not refund you any money for paying extra for it. I never book it anyway but some of you fatties might get tired on the way to the immigration line.

When the time comes I think I'll just pay to be fast tracked  I don't think I'll bother booking an electric cart.  I don't mind the walking part it's the waiting in line I don't like

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What's the website address for BFS to book?

I guess having checked luggage incl golf clubs I'll still get bogged down eventually.

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4 minutes ago, blue1878 said:

When the time comes I think I'll just pay to be fast tracked  I don't think I'll bother booking an electric cart.  I don't mind the walking part it's the waiting in line I don't like

Do it man, best purchase you'll make on you trip. https://www.bangkokflightservices.com/home/bfs-services/premium-airport-services/

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4 hours ago, The Storm said:

BFS = Bangkok Flight Services.

They have various services for inbound and outbound travel through swampy.

They charged me 850 baht to meet me off the plane and walk me to the fast track immigration, I leave the girl there as I don't need help with my luggage or finding transport. That's their basic service and I find it a good deal,you can get met with a trolly and get a taxi and various cars vans and  limousines up to a helicopter to ferry you to your hotel.it just works.

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14 minutes ago, adammike said:

They charged me 850 baht to meet me off the plane and walk me to the fast track immigration, I leave the girl there as I don't need help with my luggage or finding transport. That's their basic service and I find it a good deal,you can get met with a trolly and get a taxi and various cars vans and  limousines up to a helicopter to ferry you to your hotel.it just works.

If they're super cute, which they usually are, I'm happy to let them take me as far as they're willing to go. Think I could have actually had a chance with one of them, I was speaking Thai with her and telling her I like spicy food which she seemed to like but I figured fuck it, looking for ST not a relationship. 

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Last few times I got off the flight I just went as fast as possible to immigration passing loads of people. Was in taxi in about 20-30mins I think

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1 minute ago, googlehead said:

Last few times I got off the flight I just went as fast as possible to immigration passing loads of people. Was in taxi in about 20-30mins I think

It's luck of the draw. You wouldn't be able to do that if tons of Chinese tour groups arrived just before you.

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Just now, Ohyesuare said:

It's luck of the draw. You wouldn't be able to do that if tons of Chinese tour groups arrived just before you.

Yeah, suppose so. But you can still save a good bit of time if you walk quickly when you get off the plane

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maybe I am wrong but,  I think that if your over 65 (ie a senior ) you can use fast track anyway, can anyone confirm This ?

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