Star Alliance member Thai Airways is shrinking its Australian route network – at least, for now – with all flights to Brisbane and Perth withdrawn from sale over the coming year. The airline’s Brisbane office will also close on December 18 2020, with all staff there made redundant.
Is there flights from Australia to Thailand?
Yes, there are multiple flights from Australia to Thailand for under $946. The cheapest flight booked recently is on Multiple Airlines for just $857, but on average you can expect to pay $1,080.
When Thailand will open international flights?
April 9 – Thailand reduces its quarantine period to 7 days
This is considered on the steps the country is taking to fully reopen to international visitors in July.
Are Thai Airways flights refundable?
As such instance we have the right to cancel your booking at any time up to the point of travel, even if you have received confirmation from us, and you will receive a full refund of any charges already paid.
Is Thai Airways shutting down?
For now, the future of Thai Airways remains uncertain. While the airline is unlikely to completely shut down, according to experts, a prolonged bankruptcy is possible. Currently, the airline’s best hope is to have its rehabilitation plan accepted and begin the process of becoming profitable again.
What airlines are flying to Thailand now?
The airlines include: Emirates, Qatar Airways, Etihad Airways, Cathay Pacific, Singapore Airlines, Lufthansa, Swissair, Austrian Airlines, Eva Air and KLM.
How long does it take to fly to Thailand from Australia?
How long is the flight from Australia to Thailand? The average flight time between Australia and Bangkok (Thailand’s capital), is 11 hours and 45 minutes.
What airlines are flying to Thailand?
Other airlines flying to Thailand
|Emirates flights||Finnair flights|
|Cathay Pacific flights||China Eastern flights|
|Singapore Airlines flights||ANA (All Nippon Airways) flights|
|Etihad Airways flights||Aeroflot flights|
|KLM flights||Air China flights|
Is it OK to travel to Thailand now?
Do not travel to Thailand due to COVID-19. … Read the Department of State’s COVID-19 page before you plan any international travel. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has issued a Level 4 Travel Health Notice for Thailand due to COVID-19, indicating a very high level of COVID-19 in the country.
When can I travel to Thailand from Australia?
Can I travel from Australia to Thailand? Yes, from December 2020 Thailand is accepting Australian travellers for tourism purposes. Phuket is now open to fully-vaccinated travellers from Australia. This does not mean that Aussies can travel quarantine-free to other parts of Thailand.
Is BKK open for international flights?
Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport Is Open For International Transit Passengers Again As Of February 24, 2021. … Since Thai Airways is still grounded except for their “special flights” as they call the repatriation trips the connections via Bangkok would have to be operated by other international carriers.