Please ensure when travelling on Thai Airways International flights to or from the South Asian Sub Continent on either a Pakistani, Nepalese, Bangladeshi or Sri Lankan passport, with a transit period in Thailand of over 12 hours, that you obtain a transit visa prior to departure from Australia.
Passengers arriving at check-in without the required transit visa will not be accepted for travel. All travel documentation is the responsibility of the passenger.
Strict security measures had been imposed in compliance with guidelines set by IATA regarding dangerous items, including spare batteries. Details are as follows:
1. Spare batteries in carry-on baggage
1.1 THAI allows spare batteries in carry-on baggage, with battery capacities of less than 20,000 milliamp-hours (mAh) or 100 Wh.
1.2. Spare batteries with capacities of 20,000-32,000 mAh or 100-160 Wh, passengers can take up to two packs in a carry-on baggage.
1.3. A spare battery of more than 32,000 mAh or 160 Wh is prohibited in carry-on baggage.
2. A spare battery is prohibited to be loaded in baggage checked-in in all case