Hat Yai International Airport

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Hat Yai International Airport

HDY terminal.jpg
Airport typePublic
Owner/OperatorAirports of Thailand PCL (AOT)
ServesHat Yai
Location99 Moo 3, Khlong La, Khlong Hoi Khong, Songkhla, Thailand
Focus city for
Elevation AMSL90 ft / 27 m
Coordinates06°55′59″N 100°23′34″E / 6.93306°N 100.39278°E / 6.93306; 100.39278
HDY is located in Thailand
Location of airport in Thailand
Direction Length Surface
ft m
08/26 10,007 3,050 Asphalt concrete
Statistics (2017)
Total Passengers4,367,364 Increase9.1%
International Passengers283,899 Increase8.8%
Domestic Passengers4,083,465 Increase9.1%
Aircraft Movements30,067 Increase7.0%
Freight (tonnes)11,568 Decrease3.1%

Hat Yai International Airport (Thai: ท่าอากาศยานหาดใหญ่) (IATA: HDY, ICAO: VTSS) is an international airport in southern Thailand in Songkhla Province near the city of Hat Yai. It is under the management of Airports of Thailand, PLC (AOT). Annually, it handles more than 1,500,000 passengers, 9,500 flights and 12,000 tons of cargo.[when?] Expansion plans are in the works, as the airport is designed for 2.5 million passengers, was already seeing 3.56 million using it in Sept 2015, will be expanded to 4.5 million capacity scheduled complete by 2018, and 10 million by 2030.[1]


At longitude 100° 23' 55" E and latitude 06° 55' 46" N, 28 m above sea level, the airport is 9 km (6 mi) from downtown Hat Yai. Highway 4135 (Sanambin Panij Road) links to the airport. Its service hours are 06:00–24:00. The runway can handle 30 flights per hour and its durability is rated at PCN 60/F/C/X/T. There are seven taxiways and an apron area of 56,461 m2.


Annual passenger traffic at HDY airport. See source Wikidata query.

Airlines and destinations[edit]

Bangkok Airways Phuket
Nok Air Bangkok–Don Mueang
Scoot Singapore
Thai AirAsia Bangkok–Don Mueang, Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi,[2] Chiang Mai, Khon Kaen, Kuala Lumpur–International[3]
Thai Lion Air Bangkok–Don Mueang, Udon Thani
Thai Smile Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi
Thai Vietjet Air Bangkok–Suvarnabhumi, Chiang Rai

Accidents and incidents[edit]

Photo gallery[edit]


  1. ^ Kositchotethana, Boonsong (3 May 2016). "AoT plans Hat Yai expansion". Bangkok Post. Post Publishing. Retrieved 6 September 2020.
  2. ^ Liu, Jim. "Thai AirAsia W20 Bangkok Suvarnabhumi network adjustment". Routesonline. Retrieved 11 October 2020.
  3. ^ Töre, Özgür. "AirAsia Resumes Flights from Malaysia to Thailand". ftnNews. Retrieved 15 March 2022.
  4. ^ สํานักข่าวไทย TNAMCOT (29 February 2016). "ข่าวดังข้ามเวลา ตอน "ล่า…ระเบิดเมือง" [คลิปเต็มรายการ]". Archived from the original on 2021-12-12 – via YouTube.

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