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Direct return flights to Phuket Thailand, £269.00 - Thomson Airways

£269.00 @ Skyscanner
Thomson Airways have DIRECT flights from London Gatwick to Phuket on their Dreamliner 787 in November and December, best price £269 return (Baggage extra £60 for 20kg), flying on 4th or 11th November,…
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Thomson Airways have DIRECT flights from London Gatwick to Phuket on their Dreamliner 787 in November and December, best price £269 return (Baggage extra £60 for 20kg), flying on 4th or 11th November, returning 19th November for 7/14 nights. Use Skyscanner to search, flights depart on fridays and return on saturdays. Some decent fares in early December too. Would love to go myself but hope this helps someone. First deal posted too (
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#1
HOT!

Edited By: JackBauer on Nov 01, 2016 16:34
3 Likes #2
phuket im going to bang kok
5 Likes #3
i sure hope kok is a lass.
#4
Itsabargain69
phuket im going to bang kok


​What! ! not again ;)
#5
787 Dreamliner* sorry
#6
Thanks, been on that flight in Feb 2015. We didn't pay to seat together but asked on the airport and were given seats next to each other for free. Otherwise it's like £40 pp?
#7
good first deal love me long time.
#8
cracking deal, free food and drink included in the price as well
#9
flew to Bangkok / Dubia on the Dreamliner in March...hot deal
#10
Great value and you can fly to Samui, Bangkok, Krabi, Chang Mai etc for as little as £30 including full luggage, lounge access and free food on board with Bangkok Airways :-)
3 Likes #11
Not to samui you won't for £30 more like touch over £100 oneway

Edited By: juggyvampire on Nov 01, 2016 21:35: Spelling
#12
Great price to Phuket tho <3
1 Like #13
We are using these to get to cambodia. Last year we used the same deal and travelled around chiang mai, bangkok, khao sok before picking our flight back up. Phuket is very touristy (some resorts not so much) but these flights are amazing. Just don't expect much food wise on the way back. All we got last year was coleslaw sandwiches. Forget the luggage wash your own and travel with just hand luggage.

Edited By: lauz32 on Nov 01, 2016 21:40
#14
If it was for the dreaded months of January and February I'd book this
#15
Maybe its also worth mentioning that there is a year of mourning in Thailand, since their king passed away... so it may not be the usual party place?
#16
juggyvampire
Not to samui you won't for £30 more like touch over £100 oneway


​We paid £30 one way in April. Booked in Feb. ATR72 turboprop and a small tray meal with "chickenbread"....interesting!
#17
Ross81
juggyvampire
Not to samui you won't for £30 more like touch over £100 oneway


​We paid £30 one way in April. Booked in Feb. ATR72 turboprop and a small tray meal with "chickenbread"....interesting!


​Ha ha, I remember doing the same flight many years ago and they [bangkok Airways] served up what looked like a cold burger meat/pork pie meat, God only knows what it was hence I and many others left it.
1 Like #18
bednim
Maybe its also worth mentioning that there is a year of mourning in Thailand, since their king passed away... so it may not be the usual party place?
Exactly what I thought!
#19
Thanks! Booked the 25th to the 10th for £318 each,
#20
Let the ping pong games begin X)
2 Likes #21
Just booked my Dad a couple of weeks in the Phuket sun. He goes to Thailand 1 - 2 times a year. I always take a look at Thomson as they've been operating this flight direct to Phuket for a couple of years now and always heavily discount in November.

Couple this with around £250 for accommodation and £150 for spendies (enough for a couple of beers and Thai curry each evening), he gets away for £670 all in. Almost cheaper than staying at home and stoking up the boiler!
#22
The link is just going to Skyscanner for me
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bednim
Maybe its also worth mentioning that there is a year of mourning in Thailand, since their king passed away... so it may not be the usual party place?

That would definitely make it more desirable

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