Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand says no plans to open Thai skies yet
BANGKOK — The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) announced yesterday that they have yet to consider opening Thai skies to international commercial flights to enter the country.
Before CAAT decide to allow and open Thai skies to international traffic, the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration (CSSA) should first be consulted, director-general Chula Sukmanop said.
On July 1, the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand allowed 11 groups of people to enter Thailand.
Among the groups that are permitted to enter Thailand are people with Thai nationality to foreigners and their carers seeking medical treatment in Thailand (except for Covid-19).
All arrivals will be tested for Covid-19 and must follow CCSA and Department of Disease Control rules, including mandatory two-week quarantine.
Source: The Nation
Photo: Suvarnabhumi Airport Fb pge
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