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Internal flights in Thailand - buy ASAP or no big deal to wait?

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Hi

Planning the next stage of my trip. I will be flying from Bangkok to Chiang Mai, and then from Chiang Mai to Krabi, then Krabi back to BKK. I was wondering about a few things:

1. Should I buy the tickets ASAP now that I have my hotels or are these like a train or bus ticket (commuter type flight) where a walkup purchase is no big deal price wise? This is for November.

2. Any sites you'd recommend for getting tickets?

3. How much time to allow for the whole flight - meaning arrival at airport, security, getting from the next airport into town, etc?

4. For Krabi especially - how much of the day will be spent in transit? Is the airport close to the town or do I have a long bus ride ahead of me on both ends?

Thanks for any thoughts!

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