The ban on international passenger flights to Thailand imposed on 26 March 2020, will be extended from 31 May 2020 until 30 June 2020
Meanwhile, those allowed entry including Thai nationals are required to fill up and present the Health Certificate and Health Insurance to the Quarantine Officers before proceeding to the Centralized Security Screening.
This is the latest requirement by the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT). To check-in, all foreign travellers are required to present the following documents:
- Health certificates certifying that the passenger ‘pose no risk of being infected by the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19)’ issued no more than 72 hours prior to the date of travel.
- Health Insurance / Health Insurance policy that shows minimum medical coverage of USD100,000 in Thailand and covers the COVID-19 Disease.
Meanwhile, returning Thai passenger (holding Thai Passport) are required to have Health Certificate confirming passenger as “FIT TO FLY” and certified by the Royal Thai Embassy/Thai Consulate/Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Thailand as Thai Nationals returning to the country.
In addition to that, all passengers travelling to all destinations in Thailand are required to submit T8 form via AOT Airports Application using the QR code. More information is available on the Airports of Thailand official mobile application.
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Last updated 20 May 2020, 1300hrs (GMT+8)