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Cheap International Flights to Phuket

Book cheap flights to Phuket at Yatra.com. Compare prices and get the lowest airfare on domestic flight tickets to Phuket. Go ahead, and grab amazing offers on flights to Phuket.

  • DELDelhi
    HKTPhuket
  • MALINDO AIRWAYS
    OD-208
  • 20:20 2017-07-26
    11:00 27 Jul
  • Rs.11,681
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    HKTPhuket
  • Air Asia
    AK-52
  • 23:30 2017-07-26
    11:30 27 Jul
  • Rs.16,160
  • Book Now Rs.16,160

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Flights to Phuket – Pearl of the Andaman Sea

Phuket, the ‘Pearl of the Andaman Sea’, is ruled by white-sand beaches, nightlife, and fine dining. It is an epitome of beauty, with Sino-Portuguese architecture, wildlife reserves, and a blissful environment. The Phuket Province is located in southern Thailand and consists of the country’s largest island, Phuket Island. Patong is the biggest beach town of Phuket that offers never-seen-before beach and nightlife experiences. Phuket International Airport serves Phuket and can be reached via taxis, buses, and Songthaews (small truck-like passenger vehicles). Top domestic and international airlines such as Air India, Thai Airways, Jet Airways, and Etihad Airways provide regular connecting flights from India to Phuket. The cool season from November to February is best for holidaying in Phuket.

How to reach Phuket from major cities of India

Delhi to Phuket: Fly to your dream destination with nearly 370 connecting flights from Delhi to Phuket every week. Singapore Airlines, Emirates, Air Asia, Cathay Pacific, Jet Airways, etc. fly at convenient flight schedules, and also offer cheap air tickets from time to time. Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Dubai, Moscow, and Hong Kong are the main stopover airports. Enjoy top-notch in-flight services like delectable cuisine and in-flight entertainment, provided by Jet Airways on your 6-hour flight.

Bangalore to Phuket: Bangalore and Phuket are connected by major airlines such as Malaysia Airlines, Air Asia, Thai Airways, Emirates, Cathay Pacific, etc. Fly for a minimum duration of about 7 hours, via major layover airports of Delhi, Bangkok, Kolkata, Dubai, Mumbai, Singapore, etc. The different flying classes of Emirates offer fine dining options, in-flight entertainment facilities, relaxing spas, extra-comfortable seating, and regional dishes on the menu, to give you a luxurious flight.

Hyderabad to Phuket: There are no direct flights connecting Hyderabad and Phuket. Major airlines such as Silkair, Malaysia Airlines, Emirates, Etihad Airways, Thai Airways, etc. provide approximately 200 connecting flights from Hyderabad to Phuket, on a weekly basis. They fly you over the layover airports of Abu Dhabi, Mumbai, Bangkok, Bangalore, and Singapore. Choose from the vast flight options and fly to Phuket with ease. The lowest fare is approximately Rs. 16,800 approximately.

Mumbai to Phuket: With close to 550 weekly connecting flights from Mumbai to Phuket, planning a holiday or business trip to Phuket is right at your fingertips. Bangkok Airways, Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Etihad Airways, Thai Airways, Vistara, Emirates, etc. fly you over major stopover airports of Delhi, Kochi, Abu Dhabi, Bangkok, Dubai, Bangalore, and Colombo.

How to reach Phuket from major cities of the world

Dubai to Phuket: Fly from the land of world’s tallest skyscrapers to the beautiful beaches of Phuket, via top domestic and international airlines like Emirates, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Gulf Air, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways, Lufthansa, etc. that provide regular connecting flights every week. Emirates also provides direct flights.

London to Phuket: If your next holiday destination is Phuket, there are several connecting flights at your service. British Airways, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways, Lufthansa, Emirates, Qatar Airways, Singapore Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Air China, etc. fly you over major stopover airports of Bangkok, Doha, Abu Dhabi, Singapore, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, and Amsterdam. The airlines fly at convenient flight schedules and you can book the one that best suits your needs.

New York to Phuket: Fly the distance with wonderful in-flight facilities offered by different airlines, such as Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific, Etihad Airways, and Qatar Airways. Nearly 200 connecting flights operate from New York to Phuket every week, with stopovers at London, Singapore, Bangkok, etc.

Hong Kong to Phuket: From the bustling urban energy of Hong Kong to the serene beaches of Phuket, both the places have a lot to offer. If you want to save time, opt for direct flights provided by AirAsia, Northern Star Airlines, Thai Airways, Dragonair, and Cathay Pacific.

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      by Vishwajeet on 2016-05-05

      Very bad experience.. They charge extra per luggage.. very bad.

      "Would you recommend this to others" - Very unlikely
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      by Sahil Rashmikant on 2015-02-02

      Tis airline charges a bomb for luggage, I ended up paying more for common luggage than ticket its self

      "Would you recommend this to others" - Very unlikely
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      by Yash on 2015-01-23

      Add some free check in baggage......

      "Would you recommend this to others" - Fairly likely
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      by Jaydeep on 2014-10-28

      Vegetarian will find food problem

      "Would you recommend this to others" - Fairly likely