Although a large number of countries around the world have begun to mitigate the actions taken because of the Covid-19 pandemic, this does not mean that the decisions are the same everyw
Thailand has thus decided to extend ban on international flights for an month, until May 31st.
Cargo flights and those sent by foreign governments to their citizens are exempt, said Director General of the Civil Aviation Administration, Chula Sukmanop.
“The ban exempts state and military aircraft, then those in need of emergency and technical landing without disembarkation, humanitarian aid and cargo aircraft,” Sukmanop said.
Passengers who disembark on permitted, inbound flights will be subject to a 14-day quarantine.
Domestic flights will be gradually renewed from May 1st. However, Thai AirAsia and Thai Lion Air will have a very limited number of flights.
Social distance measures will be mandatory on all flights.
Thai emergency measures were also extended until the end of May. That includes a curfew, a ban on mass gatherings and travel restrictions between provinces.
A gradual return to work for low-risk outdoor companies such as street food vendors is expected in May.
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