Cheap Flights from Phuket to Bangkok
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average flight time from Phuket to Bangkok, total distance 683 kilometers
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Bangkok Suvarnabhumi and Don Mueang
When travelling on flights from Phuket to Bangkok, passengers can fly into Suvarnabhumi Airport, which serves most of Bangkok, or Don Mueang International Airport, which serves Bangkok and Nonthaburi. Phuket International Airport is the only option for departures. Airlines that offer service into Suvarnabhumi Airport include Bangkok Airways, Thai Airways International, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, SilkAir, Hahn Air Systems, and Scoot. Singapore Airlines flies into Don Mueang International Airport.
Terminal Information for Phuket International Airport
Phuket International Airport sits about 32 km from the center of Phuket. It served over 15.1 million passengers in 2016, marking a nearly 18-percent increase over the previous year. With high volumes of tourists coming through the airport, it can get very busy. The airport has two terminals, and flights to Bangkok from Phuket will depart from Terminal 2, which is used for domestic flights. On-site parking is available for up to 366 vehicles at hourly or daily rates. While waiting for flights to depart, travellers can enjoy relaxing treatments at the Foot Massage & Spa, located on the second floor in Terminal 1. Shopping areas near Terminal 2 include souvenir shops, duty-free stores, fashion and accessories, and bookshops. Passengers can also dine on authentic Thai cuisine at one of the two restaurants in the airport or grab drinks at Bill Bently Pub. Breakfast and drinks are available at Coffee World.
Bangkok Airports Information
This airport is the main hub for several airlines, including Orient Thai Airlines, Thai Airways International, and Bangkok Airways. It houses a single terminal, and more than 45 million passengers on average have come through it per year since it opened in 2006. Nearly half of those annual passengers take domestic flights. On the fourth floor near concourses C and D, travellers will find recreation areas. The airport also has more than 25 dining locations, convenience stores, a coffee shop, and two ice cream shops.
Don Mueang International Airport
This airport is the oldest in Asia, with the first commercial flights arriving and departing in 1924. It has two terminals, and Phuket to Bangkok flights arrive at Terminal 2. The majority of shopping offered in the airport is in the duty-free section, which includes perfume, cosmetics, local products, liquor, tobacco, Thai silk, and more. Transportation via taxi from Don Mueang International Airport to the city requires a small airport surcharge along with the cost of tolls. Busses 554, 555, and 29 also offer service to central Bangkok.
What You Need to Know
Passengers flying from Phuket to Bangkok should arrive at least 1.5 hours prior to the flight departure time. This trip will not require a passport, but valid photo identification is necessary to check in and go through security.
What to Expect in Bangkok
The currency in Bangkok is the same as it is in Phuket, so travellers won't need to worry about exchanging money. Costs for meals are slightly higher in Bangkok. Dinner for two will cost about seven percent more in Bangkok. Transportation is cheaper, since the average taxi ride to go about 8 km may cost up to 80 percent more in Phuket.
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