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Get your flights to Phuket, Thailand, from $414 return

Posted: 29 August 2017 3:46 pm


Statistically you can't ask for nicer weather.

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Flight Centre has just released a destination you can fall in love with, at prices to swoon over. They might not seem so fantastic at first glance, but look more closely. These deals are mostly for the start of February to the end of March 2018, landing right in the middle of the best possible time to visit Phuket. And with an destination like Thailand, timing is everything.

  • Darwin to Phuket - from $414 return
  • Adelaide to Phuket - from $784 return
  • Brisbane to Phuket - from $701 return
  • Cairns to Phuket - from $950 return
  • Canberra to Phuket - from $876 return
  • Gold Coast to Phuket - from $638 return
  • Hobart to Phuket - from $752 return
  • Melbourne to Phuket - from $625 return
  • Perth to Phuket - from $464 return
  • Sydney to Phuket - from $509 return

It's a mixed bag value-wise, with some real gems hidden away among all the dollar signs. Take a look at some previous deals to see how much of a difference the weather makes and get a better sense of how to tell them apart. And remember, these are examples of exceptional prices. If your route is coming close to these example prices, it means you're probably looking at an outstanding deal.

Your airline and travel dates will vary depending on your route, although most flights are perfectly situated in the middle of February and March, and you'll generally be flying budget with Jetstar or AirAsia. Note that you'll probably have to add a bit extra for baggage fees, depending on your carrier.

  • Go to Flight Centre for bookings and the full details, including airline, exact dates and the total cost.

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