Thai Airways has arranged eighteen direct flights from Bangkok to seven international destinations for limited passengers who need to travel, the airline’s Executive Vice President of Commercial Wiwat Piyawiroj announced this week.
Flights to five European cities, including Munich, Frankfurt, London, Paris, Copenhagen, and two Asian cities of Taipei and Hong Kong are occasionally operated for passengers with Europe, Taiwan, and Hong Kong residency who wish to return home for families and/or business or students who wish to continue their studies.
All tickets are sold as a one-way, starting from 5,455 to 36,090 baht for economy class and from 25,215 to 98,290 baht for higher classes. All routes are operated with limited flights and limited seats from September to October.
Any interested passengers are obliged to hereby follow travel restrictions and prepare personal and additional documents according to the requirements of the destination countries in the limited time before accessing flight reservations with the airline. Questions can be directed to the airline.
Flights are also provided for Thai people who were stranded in particular countries and wish to return the Kingdom. They need to inform the Thailand embassy in the countries they currently reside in before booking a return flight.
A Thai Airway officer told The Pattaya News over the phone that the official registration to the embassy is not mandatory for passengers who wish to travel with specially arranged flights but they are recommended to study the regulations and requirements of the destination country strictly beforehand.
This, therefore, is still not a commercial flight but only requires less flight reservations and due process for people with the crucial purpose of traveling.
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