- * Updated * Information about traveling to Thailand
From : Thai Airways
Following information is required by foreign nationals:
1.Passengers needs to present a health certification at check-in certifying the passenger “pose no risk of being infected by the coronavirus disease (COVID-19)”, with lab test result issued no more than 72 hours prior to departure.
2.Passengers needs to have health insurance (in amount of US$ 100,000) that should cover all expenditures of medical treatment while travelling abroad.
3.Screenings are held for all arriving passengers
4.Passengers are recommended to download the application AOT Airport and report their state of health. Please find the app on App Store here and Google Play here.
5.Passengers are encouraged to self isolation. This means that you are allowed to go out when necessary but avoid situations/ places with crowds.
6.Keep updated with information from WHO and the Thai Department of Disease Controls.
Following information is required by Thai Nationals returning to Thailand:
1.Passengers needs to present a health certification confirming the passenger is fit to fly.
2.Passengers needs to present a letter issued by Royal Thai Embassy, Thai Consular Office or Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Thailand certifying that the passenger is Thai national returning to Thailand.
3.Proceed to follow the recommendations of the Thai Department of Disease Controls on arrival.
Passengers with booked flights between 12th of March 2020 – 30th of April 2020 wishing to rebook their tickets can do so free of charge, subject to availability and travel needs to be completed by 15th of December 2020. Terms and condition apply for cancellation of bookings. Please contact your travel agent or if you booked directly with THAI, contact your local THAI office.
With regards to the ongoing coronavirus we want to inform our passengers about how the situation is handled by THAI and as well as update our passengers with information regarding scheduled travels to Asia.
1.There are screenings held at five airports around Thailand (Suvarnabhumi, Chiang Mai, Don Mueng, Phuket and Krabi), screening arriving passengers.
2.All aircrafts arriving from countries with confirmed cases of the virus will be disinfected.
3.All aircrafts have air cleaners.
THAI recommends all passengers to keep updated by monitoring the website of the Swedish Ministry for foreign affairs, the World Health Organization, and our website for current information. If you have a booked ticket beyond Thailand, please press here.
To keep in mind:
1.Clean you hands with soap and water.
2.Cover nose and mouth when coughing and sneezing with tissue or flexed elbow.
3.Avoid close contact with anyone with cold or flu-like symptoms.
4.Avoid uncooked food, such as meat and eggs.
5.Avoid unprotected contact with live wild or farm animals.