Phuket is a globally renowned travel destination. As such, you would not experience problems of any kind finding a flight that will get you there. However, it will be an exhausting endeavor if you are traveling on a budget. If money is not of a great concern, you can take popular flights to get to Phuket. But if your budget is severely limited and you want to preserve as much cash as you can for when you get there and back home, taking charter flights is perhaps the wisest choice you can take.
If you wish for judi bola to make good use of this option, try to find one during high seasons—especially if you are flying from Europe or Asia including Japan or Taiwan. The fare for the flights would be so cheap that it will not put too big a dent on your budget. Taking a domestic flight would also be a great option. However, this will only work providing you are already within the country, obviously. Domestic airlines provide flights to Phuket from Bangkok through Donmueang Airport. These airlines include Thai Lion Air, Orient Thai, Thai Air Asia, as well as Nok Air. Nok Air flies from Phuket to Bangkok six times a day. One-way tickets will cost you 1,300 baht if you book it in advance. Purchase of tickets on the flight day costs you anywhere from 2,000 to 2,500 baht.
Suvarnabhumi Airport accommodates several flights to Phuket with Thai Airways. The airline also provides flights from Chiang Mai but it would be available once daily and there will be no returning flights from Phuket to Chiang Mai. One-way ticket from Bangkok to Phuket costs about 2,320 baht. A nice trick to know about this matter is to book a ticket several days before scheduled trip. You may get tickets with a cost that is 200-300 baht cheaper than the regular this way. But cheap as they may be, those tickets include on-board meals and regular full services of Thai Airways nonetheless.
You can take Air Asia from Phuket to Chiang Mai. The airline provides two flights with this route twice a day, typically scheduled for around 10 am. Two flights fly from Chiang Mai to Phuket twice a day as well, at 1 pm and 9 pm. There is also a flight to Isaan, which makes for a great stopover for those who wish to continue on their journey toward Laos.