CONSULAR officials are still trying to determine how many Australians were aboard a budget airliner which crashed and burst into flames at the Thai resort of Phuket, killing at least 87 people. Forty more were missing after the One-Two-Go flight from Bangkok went down in driving rain today. Around half of the 123 people on board were foreigners. Two of the 29 known survivors were reportedly Australian and were being treated in a Phuket hospital. A spokesman for the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade said the Australian embassy in Bangkok and the honorary consulate in Phuket were urgently trying to confirm how many Australians were in the crash. ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢Â‚Â¬Ã…Â“The Australian honorary consul in Phuket is on hand at the airport to provide any assistance to affected Australians and a consular official from Bangkok is travelling to Phuket,ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢Â‚Â¬Ã‚Â the spokesman said. ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢Â‚Â¬Ã…Â“The embassy is contacting hospitals in the Phuket area.ÃƒÂ¢Ã¢Â‚Â¬Ã‚Â Any member of the public concerned about family members or friends believed to have been on board are advised to first attempt to contact that person directly.