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Thailand may extend international flight ban again

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand may extend the international flight ban in August, due to concerns over the global COVID-19 situation.

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The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) has cited the possibility of extending the international flight ban, due to concerns over the global COVID-19 situation.

The director-general of the CAAT said the recovery of Thailand’s airline industry, which is expected to be revived by the travel bubble programme by August, may be delayed as travel bubble program partners including China, Japan and South Korea have recently faced a recurrence of their coronavirus outbreak.

The development is expected to delay the tourism scenes until the situation improves in these nations. The director-general said the kingdom should focus more on its domestic airline business as the government earlier gave a green light to local flights and allowed the majority of businesses to reopen.

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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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Foreign embassies in Thailand issue travel alerts

Several foreign embassies in Thailand have issued alerts to inform their citizens of political gatherings this weekend, including the U.S, United Kingdom, Canada and New Zealand.

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Foreign embassies in Thailand issue travel alerts

Several foreign embassies in Thailand have issued alerts to inform their citizens of political gatherings this weekend.

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Thailand seeks shorter quarantine period to attract more foreign tourists

The Public Health Ministry has proposed that the mandatory quarantine period for tourists be reduced from 14, to 10 or 7 days, according to the risk level of each country.

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Thailand is desperate to relaunch its tourist industry to boost an economy shrinking fast under the impact of COVID-19

Thailand is seeking ways to shorten the 14-day quarantine for foreign tourists to attract more arrivals as the country opens up.

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