A PILOT'S PARADISE IN
Phuket Airpark is a private estate of 125 rai (50 acres)
on the Eastern edge of Phuket covered in lush green grass and tropical
vegetation. When you take off, you skim across a beach and out across the
Andaman Sea. The water is dotted with warm sandy islands in all
directions. We have a flying club based on the airfield, and several
airplanes in the hangar.
INFORMATION HOTLINE -- 0852580006
EMAIL PHUKET AIRPARK
current Wind, Temp, Rain at the Airfield
The Phuket Flying
Club is located on the East side of Phuket Island. The
airpark is a residence development project pioneered by Khun Suchard
Raksangob. The Phuket Flying Club is under the leadership of Captain Watana Thinphanga
(33 year senior pilot with Thai Airways). If you would like to book a flight or join our Ultralight Flying
School, please send an email or call our office -- 076 529543.
Map to Airfield.
We have several club
aircraft based on the field. Our club Zenair
CH701 is ready and our Phuket Flying Club pilots Captain Watana and Captain Suchard
are ready to take you flying over Phuket or around Pang Nga Bay.
LEARN TO FLY
To join the Ultralight Flying School, you will have to be a member of Phuket
Flying Club. The minimum flight
requirement is 15 hours instruction and 3 hours solo. More details on the
Flying School Page.
BASING AIRCRAFT IN PHUKET AIRPARK
You are welcome to base your aircraft in Phuket at our Airpark. We have a
spacious hangar and a beautiful manicured grass runway with plenty of
parking. Come and visit us.
If you have any questions, please
THE LOFT (Air Asia Crew hotel in Thalang) (800 Baht) --
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COME JOIN US
If you have ever
dreamed of flying in a tropical paradise, then this is the place. The
Phuket Flying Club is located at Phuket Airpark in Thailand. We have a club aircraft for instruction or
introduction flights. You are welcome to
visit us and join our flying club. The cost is 6,000 Baht per year and you will
receive your PFC membership card by post.
& CLUB NEWS
MAR 2013 -- PHUKET FLY-IN & AIRSHOW
-- There is another airshow
coming to Phuket. This one will feature the new Phuket Control Tower and
enthusiastic aviator Ed's new hangar. ATC and Immigration will be visiting
from Phuket International and Pat and Suchard are planning all sorts of
activities. Let's see what happens. Questions --
THAI BUSH PILOTS
-- Phuket Airpark is one of
the headquarters for the THAI BUSH PILOTS. This unique organization
promotes General Aviation for conservation, tourism and safe exploration
throughout Thailand. If you want to learn more about Bush Flying and
promoting General Aviation in Thailand, come join us --
note: The airstrip is 500 meters (grass) between the two runway numbers.
There is a 50 meter overrun on both ends of the airstrip. Please check
your aircraft performance and use short field landing and takeoff
procedures. You must be very careful not to cross the runway of Phuket
International Airport, and you must be in communications with Phuket
International. You must have permission from us, before you come, so that
we can make sure you are aware of all safety and procedure issues.
The owner of Phuket Airpark is Suchard Raksangob. He is here almost every
day and will be very happy to show you around. Suchard is a very keen
sailor and pilot, and without his passion and vision, this airport would
not be here. You can contact Khun Suchard directly by phone --
0874178399. TRANSIENT PARKING
is available for fly-in visitors with light aircraft: Tie down (400
Baht/day), Hangar (800 Baht/day). Accommodation (300-1,200 Baht/night)
RWY from numbers to numbers
(13/31) is 500m.
Landing: Due to growth of trees (100 tall) during last 1-2 years on
West end for approach Rwy 13 it is recommended to use RWY 31 for
landing (even with 1-7kt tail wind).
Landing RWY 31 and departing RWY 13 there is 650m of useable runway
without obstacle due to a combined 150m over-run extensions (50m on East
end & 100m West end)
Landing aircraft should use 122.3 for current winds and traffic
Anyone planning to arrive Phuket Airpark is welcome to contact Pat
directly for changes or other information.
Short field flight operation procedures required for all takeoffs and
Contact Pat James for information
66 (0) 8525 80006
EMAIL PHUKET AIRPARK
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08*01.0' N x 098*24.3' E
Flight Plan (Phuket): 076-327205.
Tower (Phuket): 076-327269.
Office Fax: 076-529543.
Flying Club President:
Phuket APP: 124.7
Phuket TWR: 118.1
Phuket Airpark: 122.3 (pattern)
Phuket VOR/DME "PUT": 116.9
"YN" (Koh Yao Noi) - N08*07.0' x E098*37.0' (VOR/DME "PUT" R-089 18NM)
- Caution: Mountain at 1,020'.
"RN" (Rang Noi) - N07*57.9' x E098*27.1'
"TT" (Talang) - N07*58.8' x E098*21.9'
"KK" (Khok Kloi) - N07*16.7' x E098*18.3'
Length: 500 m
Slope: 1/2 degree to sea.
Obstacle: Tall trees West End
Pattern Altitude: 800'
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Post Address: Phuket
Airpark, 65/8 Soi Porn
Luang Paw, Provincial Rd 4027, Moo2 Paklok Talang District, Phuket 83111.
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