Flights to be resumed soon under the air bubble arrangement between India and Thailand

It was announced by Thai Airways that flights will soon resume between the two countries.

It was announced by Thai Airways that flights will soon resume between the two countries. And this will be done under the air bubble arrangement. Starting March 1, Bangkok will not have flights to Delhi, Chennai, Bengaluru, and Mumbai. This news was shared by the national carrier of Thailand with stakeholders in India.

However, the flights are still subject to approval from the Indian government. A statement issued by the airline said, “We are pleased to advise that Thai Airways flights will commence between India and Thailand under the Air Travel Bubble effective March 1, 2022.” The schedule of flights and fares has already been updated. ”

As regularly scheduled flights are suspended, air bubbles have been the way countries are allowing travelers to move from one destination to another.

Thailand is a major tourist destination, loved by Indians. However, passengers who are planning to travel to Thailand soon should keep in mind that all the travel requirements have to be met by them or they could face health control measures.

As per reports, there will be five flights per week between Delhi and Bangkok, although Mumbai and Bangkok will each get three times a week on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday.

Bengaluru, on the other hand, will get two flights per week, and flights between Bangkok and Chennai will fly three times a week.

Starting from next month, almost after two years, India is looking to restart regularly scheduled flights. As of now, March 15, 2022, is the tentative date.


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