China entry policy restriction update during COVID-19 epidemic period

 

POS
Effective date
(PEKLT)
The country require 14 days quarantine Resident visitors
Non-Resident visitors
Other Restriction
** All hotel expense will be borne by passenger
BJS 00:00/16MAR2020 UFN All overseas visitors Designated Hotel for 14 days, special exemption is on consideration by government
1) All international flight will offload passenger at T3-D instead of T3-E, after disinfection aircraft will drive to T3-E for departure, estimate 1 to 3 hours delay than schedule.

2) Suspend all special service include : UM/VIP/DPNA/MAAS/STCR/WCHR
CAN
00:00/13MAR2020 UFN
Visitors from Korea, Japan, Iran, Italy, France, Spain, Germany, the US Home or Long Stay Accommodation 14 days self-quarantine Designated Hotel for 14 days NO
PVG 00:00/05MAR2020 UFN Visitors from Korea, Japan, Iran, Italy, France, Spain, Germany, the US Home or Long Stay Accommodation 14 days self-quarantine Designated Hotel for 14 days
NO
CTU 00:00/12MAR2020 UFN Visitors from Korea, Japan, Iran, Italy, France, Germany Designated Hotel for 14 days NO
Visitors from Spain, the US, Netherlands, Switzerland, the UK, Belgium Norway, Sweden Home or Long Stay Accommodation 14 days self-quarantine Designated Hotel for 14 days NO

Travel advisory about COVID-19

In reference to the Notification of the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand and Department of Disease Control, Ministry of Public Health, on practical guidelines for Air Operators relating to COVID-19 outbreak, passengers are required to present the following documents at check-in, effective from 00:00 Mar 22, 2020.

Non-Thai Nationals Coming to Thailand

1. The passengers need to present Health Certificate (Medical Certificate) certifying that no sickness in the past 14 days and undetectable COVID-19 laboratory result issued within 72 hours prior flight. The health certificate should be written in English or Thai.

2. The passengers need to present health insurance document with coverage in Thailand at least 100,000 USD.

Non-Thai Nationals transiting via airports in Thailand

1. The passengers need to present Health Certificate (Medical Certificate) certifying that no sickness in the past 14 days and undetectable COVID-19 laboratory result issued within 72 hours prior flight. The health certificate should be written in English or Thai.

Thai Nationals Returning to Thailand

1. Thai Nationals are not required to have Health Insurance but they are required to present of "Fit to Fly" health certificate.

2. Certifying Letter from Royal Thai Embassy, Thai Consulate Office or Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Kingdom of Thailand.

Besides, all passengers coming to Thailand are required to provide address in Form T8 in accordance with the Communicable Diseases Act. B.E 2558(2015) and submit to the communicable disease control checkpoint of their destination airports in Thailand, or submit the form via AOT Airports Application. After that, they must be subject to isolation, quarantine, under observation, or any other measures for the prevention and control of communicable diseases as prescribed by the communicable disease control officials.

Above requirements may change in accordance with Thai government’s policy, please refer to the information provided at check-in counter.

Medical certificate clarifying no risk of COVID-19 form download link:

https://www.thaiairways.com/static/common/imgscontent/news/Medical%20Certificate_TG.jpg

T 8 form download link:

https://www.thaiairways.com/static/common/pdf/news_announcement/T8.pdf

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