In summary, as a Thai national, you will need to show:
- A fit to fly health certificate
- A certifying letter from the Royal Thai Embassy, Consulate General (For how to get this document please see the Facebook post below)
to the air opearators before they can issue you the boarding pass. This will take effect for all check-ins happening after 00:00 Thailand Local Time on 22 March 2020.
Please see this facebook post for more details from the embassy:
Samaggi Samagom would like to provide you with our curated Frequently-Asked-Questions below:
(The situation is constantly changing, so this page may be quickly out-of-date. But it is correct at the time of writing)
- Do I need to go to the Embassy to get the certifying letter?
If it is inconvenient for you, you may submit the request to the email firstname.lastname@example.org, specifying “ขอรับหนังสือรับรองในรูปของ scanned copy”, attaching the etickets, the passport copy, and the 'fit to fly certificate' copy, and they will issue you a scanned copy of the letter for you to color-print it yourself.
- Will the Embassy issue the certifying letter on weekend?
Yes, they will. Especially, this weekend, 21-22 March, the service will be provided both at the Consular General and at the Heathrow Airport, prioritising for those who fly on 20-23 March.