Announcement


Flight for non-Thai nationals in October 2020

11/09/2020

Flight for non-Thai nationals to enter the Kingdom of Thailand in October 2020

Remarks: The Embassy will arrange flights in October 2020 as follows:

Thursday 1 October 2020 TG643 by Thai Airways 

(**Open for reservation from 14 September 10:00 am)


Friday 2 October 2020 NH847 by All Nippon Airways 

(**Open for reservation from 14 September 10:00 am)


Sunday 4 October 2020 TG643 by Thai Airways

(**Open for reservation from 16 September 10:00 am)


Thursday 8 October 2020 TG643 by Thai Airways

(**Open for reservation from 17 September 10:00 am)


Friday 9 October 2020 NH847 by All Nippon Airways 

(**Open for reservation from 17 September 10:00 am)


Sunday 11 October 2020 TG643 by Thai Airways

(**Open for reservation from 23 September 10:00 am)


Thursday 15 October 2020 TG643 by Thai Airways

(**Open for reservation from 28 September 10:00 am)


Friday 16 October 2020 JL031 by Japan Airlines 

(**Open for reservation from 16 September 10:00 am)


Sunday 18 October 2020 TG643 by Thai Airways 

(**Open for reservation from 30 September 10:00 am)


Thursday 22 October 2020 TG643 by Thai Airways

(**Open for reservation from 5 October 10:00 am)

https://www.thaiairways.com/ja_JP/news/news_announcement/news_detail/asq_htl_info.page


Friday 23 October 2020 JL031 by Japan Airlines 

(**Open for reservation from 16 September 10:00 am)


Sunday 25 October 2020 TG643 by Thai Airways

(**Open for reservation from 7 October 10:00 am)


Thursday 29 October 2020 TG643 by Thai Airways

(**Open for reservation from 12 October 10:00 am)


Friday 30 October 2020 NH847 by All Nippon Airways 

(**Open for reservation from 24 September 10:00 am)


**Please purchase an air ticket directly from the airline before registering for the Certificate of Entry (COE)**

1. Certificate of Entry (COE)

1.1 The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) is currently restricting international passenger flights into the Kingdom of Thailand. Non-Thai nationals will be allowed to fly to Thailand only by special flights under the permission of the Royal Thai Government. The non-Thai nationals, who wish to travel on such flights, will therefore need to apply for the Certificate of Entry into the Kingdom of Thailand (COE) as well as to comply with certain requirements.

1.2 Required documents for the COE application

(1) The biodata (photo) page of passport;

(2) The visa page or re-entry stamp page of passport; Guidance for applying visa (download here) , Visa reservation (click here)

(3) Air ticket or e-ticket reservation document;

(4) A completed Declaration Form; (download here)

(5) Health insurance with a minimum coverage of 100,000 USD, covering the whole intended period of stay. In case that the applicant intends to stay in the Kingdom for more than one year, the health insurance should cover at least the period of one year. The insurance must state explicitly that it covers the medical treatment related to COVID-19;

(6) A reservation document of 14 days Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ), except for Medical treatment purpose; (http://www.hsscovid.com/)

(7) Documents indicating the reason for entry:

Ø For working or business purpose:  Only for the holder of a valid Non-Immigrant Visa Category “B”  (Business Visa) or “IB” (Investment and Business Visa) / No need to provide additional documents

Ø For permanent residents: A copy of Certificate of Residence and re-entry permit stamp

Ø For immediate family members of Thai nationals: A copy of a marriage certificate (in the case of spouse), a birth certificate (in the case of children), or other official evidence of parental relationship with a Thai national (in the case of parents)

Ø For immediate family members of foreign business persons:

- A copy of a work permit or a certificate issued by Ministry of Labour of Thailand or the Board of Investment of Thailand (BOI) of the foreign worker or the certificate issued by Industrial Estate Authority of Thailand (IEAT) of the foreign worker;

- A copy of a marriage certificate (in the case of spouse), a birth certificate (in the case of children), or other official evidence of parental relationship with the foreign worker (in the case of parents).

Ø For study purpose:

- A copy of document certifying the applicant’s student status or a letter of acceptance from a Thai university or school which is under the supervision of the Thai relevant authority.

- If travelling with parents or guardians, the parents or the guardians must present official documents proving their relationship with the student.

Ø For medical treatment (except the treatment of COVID-19):

- A copy of Confirmation Letter from a Thai hospital authorised as Alternative Hospital Quarantine (AHQ) certifying the traveler’s patient status and confirming the provision of 14-day quarantine in the hospital facility, with an official stamp from the Department of Health Service Support, Ministry of Public Health of Thailand (example)

- An evidence of financial support for all medical expenses incurred in the Kingdom of Thailand;

- For accompanying assistants, A copy of Affidavit (of Support Letter with an official stamp from the Department of Health Service Support, Ministry of Public Health of Thailand (example)

Ø For holders of a valid Thailand Privilege Card:
- A copy of valid Thailand Elite Card
- Letter from Thailand Privilege Card Co., Ltd., or the Ministry of Tourism and Sports or relevant government agencies
Ø For Media production or filming:
- A copy of a permit letter issued by the Thailand Film Office, Department of Tourism, Ministry of Tourism and Sports of Thailand
Ø For holders of long stay (O-A & O-X) visa:
- A copy of valid O-A or O-X visa
- A copy of valid re-entry permit and stay permit stamp (if any)
- Certificate of residence (if any)
Ø For Japanese nationals who have a valid APEC Card and travel to Thailand from Japan:
- A copy of a valid APEC card (both front and back side of the card)
Ø For special tourist visa (STV) or tourist visa (TR) holder
- A copy of valid STV or TR visa

1.3 Please be reminded that a COE and a visa alone do not grant permission to enter into the Kingdom of Thailand. Kindly read the below information under No. 3 (Required documents to be presented at the port of embarkation and upon entry into the Kingdom of Thailand) and No. 4 (Measures required upon entry into the Kingdom of Thailand) carefully.

2. COE Application Procedure

2.1 Make sure that the applicant has a valid visa or a re-entry permit

2.2 All applicants need to submit ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS in PDF files and add the number of documents in the file names, for example: 1 passport photo, 2 visa or re-entry page, 3 air ticket, 4 declaration form, 5 health insurance, 6 ASQ reservation, 7 reason for entry

2.3 Please specify an email’s subject as “desired travel date: reason for entry: name surname of applicant”

Example:  1 October 2020: Business: Mr. Taro YAMADA

1 October 2020: Business Family Member: Mrs. Sakura YAMADA

2.4 Required application documents shall be e-mailed to one of these addresses.

(1) The Royal Thai Embassy, Tokyo : econ.tyo@mfa.mail.go.th

(2) The Royal Thai Consulate-General in Fukuoka : visa.fuk@mfa.mail.go.th

2.5 All applicants need to fill in the Online Registration Form as follows;

Flight

Online registration

Registration Deadline

1 October 2020 (TG643)

Google Form 1

23 September 2020

2 October 2020 (NH847)

Google Form 2

24 September 2020

4 October 2020 (TG643)

Google Form 3

25 September 2020

8 October 2020 (TG643)

Google Form 4

29 September 2020

9 October 2020 (NH847)

Google Form 5

30 September 2020

11 October 2020 (TG643)

Google Form 6

1 October 2020

15 October 2020 (TG643)Google Form 77 October 2020
18 October 2020 (TG643)Google Form 89 October 2020
22 October 2020 (TG643)Google Form 913 October 2020
25 October 2020 (TG643)Google Form 1015 October 2020
29 October 2020 (TG643)Google Form 1120 October 2020
16 October 2020 (JL031)    Google Form 12         8 October 2020      
23 October 2020 (JL031)Google Form 13 14 October 2020
30 October 2020 (NH847)   Google Form 14        21 October 2020    
 

*The registration with INCOMPLETED information or beyond the deadline will be considered invalid and void.

2.6 The COE will be sent to the applicant via e-mail around 4 working days prior to departure.

3. Required documents to be presented at the port of embarkation and upon entry into the Kingdom of Thailand

3.1 The passenger’s passport with visa page or re-entry permit;

3.2 Certificate of Entry (COE);

3.3 Declaration Form (completed with signature) (an original paper, not a copy)

3.4 Fit to Fly Health Certificate, issued in English (an original paper, not a copy);

3.5 Medical Certificate with RT-PCR laboratory result indicating that COVID -19 is not detected, issued in English and not more than 72 hours before travelling[1] (an original paper, not a copy)

3.6 Health insurance policy over 100,000 US$ and covers COVID-19;

3.7 ASQ reservation document.

4. Measures required upon entry into the Kingdom of Thailand

4.1 Due to current COVID-19 pandemic situation, all travelers arriving the Kingdom of Thailand are requested to submit a T.8 form upon their entry. The form is available to register online through AOT phone application at https://aot-app.kdlab.ai

4.2 Upon entry into the Kingdom of Thailand, all travelers will be required to undergo a medical check-up performed by medical personnel designated by the Thai authorities, and at least 14 days of quarantine at an Alternative State Quarantine (ASQ).

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[1]  Examples of clinics which provide RT-PCR test Document1 , Document2




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