- emergency landings
- technical landing without passenger disembarkation
- humanitarian aid, medical and relief flights
- repatriation flights
- cargo aircraft
Phuket International Airport: to note
Passengers entering Phuket are required to complete a medical form for tracking purposes.
- The Airport follows the operating hours for other airports that resumed domestic flights from 1st May.
- Suvarnabhumi International Airport:
- Thai Vietjet Air has been operating normal service since 1st May
- Samui Airport:
- resumes daily operations on 15th May, with Bangkok Airways services.
- Don Mueang International Airport:
- Thai AirAsia and Thai Lion Air resumed domestic operations on 1 May. Nok Air has operated as normal over the past month.
- Chiang Mai International Airport:
- Thai AirAsia, Thai Lion Air, Thai Vietjet Air and Nok Air resumed domestic operations from 1st May.
- Mae Fah Luang – Chiang Rai International Airport:
- Thai AirAsia, Thai Vietjet Air and Nok Air resumed domestic operations from 1st May.
- Hat Yai International Airport:
- Thai AirAsia, Thai Lion Air, and Nok Air resumed domestic operations from 1st May, 2020.
For a review of Phuket International Airport, click HERE
Airports of Thailand guidelines for passengers
Before boarding the aircraft:
- All airport users are screened and will have temperature checks.
- If the temperature is over 37.3 degrees Celsius, entry will be denied
- Wear a face mask
- Passengers are required to wear face masks.
- Social distancing:
- Passengers must keep a distance of at least one metre from others
- follow the airport signs.