Internationaly Assam's entry point of Guwahati is connected to Bangkok in Thailand with a weekly flight operating every Wednesday by Indian Airlines. (www.indianairlines.nic.in) For visas contact the Indian Embassy in Bangkok located in Sukhumvit area. (www.visatoindia.com) 46 soi Prasanmit, Soi 23, Th Sukhumvit Phone: 0 2258 0300-6 You can also visit (www.travelsmartindia.biz) having office both in Bangkok and Guwahati. In case you are already in India, Nepal or Bhutan you can reach Assam entry point Guwahati through 6 International / national airports throughout the country. From South India you can catch daily flights from Bangalore and Hyderabad international airports by Kingfisher Airlines. In the West, you can fly in from Jaipur daily by IndiGo airlines. Delhi, the Indian capital is connected by more than 6 daily direct flights with Guwahati. In the East the hub is Calcutta or Kolkata and Bagdogra. Bagdogra is having a thrice a week service to Guwahati served by Indian Airlines and two other private players. While Calcutta is having 9 daily direct flights to the city. Apart from Guwahati, the two other major airports in Assam are Dibrugarh and Jorhat. Both have daily flights via Guwahati to Calcutta and Delhi served by various airlines. To check the flight availability details along with comparative price one can log in to (www.travelguru.com) The website address of various airlines serving Assam are given below: www.goindigo.in www.airsahara.net www.flykingfisher.com www.spicejet.com www.indianairlines.in www.jetairways.com There is one more airline called Air Deccan, but one should probably avoid them considering their track record and safety history. If you have any more questions regarding flights to Assam, please post it in Assam Forum.