Most Thailand holidays begin by flying into the Phuket International Airport, approximately 50 minutes north of the main resort hub of Phuket. Flights to Thailand take approximately 9 hours from Australia's east coast and are serviced by a number of trusted airlines. Qantas, Thai Airways, Singapore Airlines, Jetstar and Malaysia Airlines offer direct flights on selected days departing from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth with connecting flights operating out of most Australian cities. There are two main international airports in Thailand however the airport servicing the majority of tourists is located in Phuket, with a number of international arrivals also touching down in Bangkok.
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Thai Airways: Thailand's national airline carrier flies non-stop from Sydney and Melbourne direct to Bangkok. Connecting flights to 11 destinations are available throughout domestic Thailand including Phuket, Koh Samui, Krabi and Chiang Mai.
Qantas: Flys direct to Bangkok from Sydney with connecting flights to other domestic cities.
Jetstar Flys direct to Bangkok and Phuket from Melbourne, with direct flights to Phuket from Sydney. Connecting flights from other domestic cities are available.
Malaysia Airlines: Flights via Kuala Lumpur from Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Perth with connecting flights to other domestic cities.
Batik Air: Flights via Denpasar and or Kuala Lumpur from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane Adelaide and Perth to Bangkok and Phuket.
Singapore Airlines: Flights are available daily from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth with flights from Darwin and Cairns 3 times per week. There are connecting flights daily to Phuket and Bangkok, with flights to Krabi and Chiang Mai available most days.
The easiest way to get to your accommodation from Phuket airport is via taxi, shuttle or private transfer. Taxi and shuttle services are available outside the terminal however we recommend pre-booking your arranged transfers to ensure you are using a reputable service provider. Our holiday packages take the hassle out of organising your transfers and offer additional value with discounted rates. Shuttle transfers are more affordable however take longer and make multiple stops along the way, while private transfers are faster and for the exclusive use of your travelling party. Transfers from the airport to the main Phuket accommodation precinct take approximately 45 minutes to an hour depending on traffic.
Thailand has two main international airports, with one located in Phuket and the other in Bangkok. The Phuket International Airport is the main tourist gateway and is located in the north of Phuket Island, 32 km from the centre of Phuket. Bangkok International Airport, also known as Suvarnabhumi Airport, is one of the biggest international airports in Southeast Asia and is located 32 km east of the centre of Bangkok city.