Fly with British Airways to Phuket (connecting via Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Singapore) and soak in the world famous beaches, natural beauty and unbeatable entertainment options of Thailand’s largest island.
Whether you want to party the night away in Patong or escape to the calm, idyllic beaches of the south, Phuket is a dream destination for any sun-seeking traveller. Explore traditional fishing villages, climb the hills of the island’s interior, visit ancient temples or dive to the depths of warm, turquoise waters – it’s all waiting for you in Phuket.
Phuket flight facts
Everything you need to know about flying to Phuket
Fly British Airways to Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Singapore and connect to Phuket with one of our partner airlines.
When you fly with us, you can take advantage of mobile, online or airport check-in options,meaning you can spend even less time travelling and more time enjoying your Thai getaway.
Reserve your seat before you fly when you travel to Phuket from London Heathrow with British Airways (connecting via Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Singapore). Once on-board, sit back and relax with our complimentary food and bar service and the latest in-flight entertainment, getting your holiday off to a flying start.
Once you touch down in Phuket, there are a number of transport options available to take you all over the island. Metered taxis are available, as well as minibuses and limousines for larger groups. Airport buses also run from various destinations across the island and a number of international car rental companies operate from the arrivals terminal.
Fly to Phuket with British Airways (connecting via Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur or Singapore) and you can enjoy award winning service from our friendly cabin crew, who will take care of your comfort and safety from the moment you step on-board. Make the most of a generous checked baggage allowance as standard and pack for every occasion without the worry of extra fees or charges.
The climate in Phuket is tropical, with little difference in temperature throughout the year. High temperatures dominate all seasons throughout most of the year, with December to March having the least rainfall.