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Phuket International Airport to remain closed until further notice

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has reverted its decision on the reopening of Phuket International Airport.

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The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has reverted its decision on the reopening of Phuket International Airport.

In an urgent announcement issued today, the CAAT has ordered the extension of the closure of Phuket until further notice.

The CAAT cited the advice from the Centre for COVID-19 Situation Administration (CCSA) that Phuket remained at risk for the spread of the Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) despite effective surveillance, prevention, and control measures.

The CAAT continues to allow exceptions for landings of the following aircraft: state or military aircraft; emergency landing; technical landing without passenger disembarkation; humanitarian aid, medical and relief flights; repatriation flights, and cargo aircraft.

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Thais encouraged to travel more to help stimulate economy

The Thai government has launched many stimulus campaigns to revive the domestic economy, particularly in the heavily-hit tourism industry.

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BANGKOK (NNT) – With more public holidays coming up in November and December, the government is encouraging people to travel to different parts of the country and use the government’s spending stimulus measures.

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Thailand expects 400 foreign visitors in early November

The first group of 41 Chinese tourists is due to arrive at Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi International Airport from Shanghai , and It is expected that by November 2nd, there will be approximately 400 foreign tourists newly arrived in Thailand.

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BANGKOK (NNT) – The Minister of Tourism and Sports expects that there will be approximately 400 foreign visitors in early November and expressed his belief that the Bangkok protest situation will not affect their confidence.

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How to measure Covid-19 impact on Thai tourism ?

Due to international travel restrictions still in place, today most (93%) tourism customers are Thais, up 31% from the pre-Covid period.

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Tourists at Suvarnabhumi airport

Last year, when foreign tourist arrival numbers nearly hit 40 million in Thailand, major revenue sources came from short-haul markets in Asia, with almost 10 million arriving from China.

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