Everything you need to know about flying in and out of Cambodia.
Phnom Penh International Airport and Siem Reap International Airport are the two major airports in Cambodia. There are no direct flights from Australia to either of these destinations.
If you’re eyeing a trip to Cambodia’s hotspots, here’s everything you need to know about ground transport options and airlines that fly into and out of Phnom Penh Airport and Siem Reap Airport.
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Cambodia flight FAQs
What airlines fly to Cambodia?
What are Cambodia’s main airports?
Phnom Penh International Airport and Siem Reap International Airport are the two major airports in Cambodia.
What airport transfer options are available?
Public air-conditioned buses run from Phnom Penh Airport to the city. They cost less than $1 and are the most inexpensive means of transfer. Motos (motorcycle taxis) cost around $2 and take 30-40 minutes to reach the city. For a more comfortable transfer, you can take a tuk-tuk for $7 and a taxi for $12-$15. To reach Siem Reap from Siem Reap Airport, tuk-tuks, motos and taxis are available for around the same fare as in Phnom Penh but only take 10-15 minutes to reach the city.