The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has been tasked to coordinate with related parties in preparation for the Kingdom’s reopening for international flights in November.
“During a meeting with CAAT executives today, I have ordered them to work with public health offices, airlines, and airport operators to prepare for international flights as planned in November,” said Transport Minister Saksayam Chidchob, as reported by The Nation.
The minister also ordered the Airports of Thailand Plc, U-Tapao International Airport, and Bangkok Airways Plc, as the private operators of airports in Thailand, to draft measures for international travelers in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration in opening the country.
Source: The Nation
Photo: Suvarnabhumi Airport Facebook page
- Tourism and Sports Minister to ask CCSA to end Thailand Pass - June 10, 2022
- PAL announces 81st anniversary seat sale for as low as P181 - March 20, 2022
- Bangkok approves 5 criteria to tackle new infections quickly - January 14, 2022