The small airfield for light planes is at Saphan Yao on the island's east at Pak Lok, about six kilometres from the Heroine's Monument.
Lucky children will get the chance to join a flight experience and the event is called "Fly In Phuket." As many as 10 small aircraft are heading for the island and the day of fun in the sky.
Along with the chance to take to the air for some, there will be a hot air balloon show.
Suchard Raksangob, executive of the Phuket Airpark Company, said that the airfield had been approved for takeoffs and landings from March last year.
"We are looking forward to the big day," he said. "It should be a lot of fun."
The day at the Airpark will begin with a Muslim blessing ceremony at 8.30am and various activities will go right through to sunset.
Stunt flying by planes and the balloons should be a highlight, along with traditional sports day events that will take place in paddy fields nearby.
Live music, karaoke and puppet theatre round out the entertainment, along with food and drinks
Khun Suchard told Phuketwan that other fliers would be coming from as far away as Singapore and Malaysia, Chiang Mai and Pattaya, as well as other destinations within Thailand.
He said the airpark was used recently by a Hollywood movie production company for a movie titled Mariner II.
The field is 500 meters in length and has an approach from the east over the ocean.
Temporary hangars will be avail??able soon.
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