Last update: 09 January 2023 - 12:00pm
Most countries THAI flies to have introduced additional entry, transiting and travel requirements due to COVID-19.
You must meet all the regulations applicable to your journey, including those in place for your destination and if you have connecting flights as part of your itinerary. Please note that these differ from country to country, and you must ensure you have all the required documents at the time of travel.
The information on this page is aimed at travellers flying to and from the UK, and based on the official guidance made available by the relevant authorities. This may be subject to change at very short notice, so it is important to check back frequently. We also recommend checking the related government websites for further travel advice.
Unless otherwise stated in the sections related to your destination or point of transit, THAI follows just the regulations put in place by the countries it operates to.
If your booking includes flights with partner airlines, you should also visit their website for more details.
Visitors to the Kingdom of Thailand are no longer required to apply for a Thailand Pass. Travellers are also no longer required to show proof of vaccination or PCR/ATK test results
The following documents must be presented at check-in, and to the immigration and/or health control officers on arrival:
1. Passport with appropriate validity
2. Valid visa or re-entry permit (if required)
For further essential information, including answers to the most frequently asked questions, please visit:
The Royal Thai Embassy's website assistance here.
The safety and wellbeing of our customers and staff remains our top priority. We have put in place a number of special and enhanced measures to ensure not only the most rigorous levels of hygiene, but also that your flight with us offers the safety and comfort you deserve
Check out our safety procedures and recommendations for every step of your journey.
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