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I kindly suggest that we during the coronavirus pandemi period make a pinned thread with transport from/to the islands – Phangan, Tao and Samui – as the normal timetables and transports are cancelled; and when restarting, they might be only with limited departures.

 

Lomprayah has been mentioned earlier in another thread, and the question about their 12:30 catamaran departure from Samui to Phangan, which I haven't seen, but however seemed like some passengers did make the tour. The reason could be, that there are so few passengers that it's operated by a speed boat. Here is the latest update from Lomprayah...

 

Ingen tilgængelig billedbeskrivelse.

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'I kindly suggest that we during the coronavirus pandemi period make a pinned thread with transport from/to the islands – Phangan, Tao and Samui – as the normal timetables and transports are cancelled; and when restarting, they might be only with limited departures.'

 

Good idea

A guest went from Samui to Koh Phangan yesteday and he had to go via Nathon. (Raja???)

I will try and contact him for the details.

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The new regulations for domestic flights – however, we don't know yet when Bangkok Airways is starting again, but will probably need to follow same conditions...

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Nok Air, Thai Air Asia and Thai Lion Air begin to operate flights to/form Surat Thaini Airport from May 1st. 

 

May 1st to May 31st Nok Air and Air Asia will fly daily, whilst Lion Air on Fridays only.
 

Ingen tilgængelig billedbeskrivelse.

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Bangkok Airways to resume domestic operations, reopens Samui Airport from 15th May 2020 

The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) would like to provide the latest update from Bangkok Airways that it will resume domestic flight operations from 15 May, 2020, onwards with the Bangkok – Samui (round trip) twice daily service.

 

Full article in the news section...

 

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I have guests that want to fly Samui to Bangkok next week.

Do any of you know if there are special requirements regarding documentation needed for the flight. eg health certificate etc.

Bangkok Airways website just mentions the usual - passport for foreigners.

 

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Bangkok Airways will start flying to Koh Samui twice daily from Friday 15th May:
✈️ Suvarnabhumi - Samui: 08:30 - 10.00 hrs. and 12.40 - 14.10 hrs.
✈️ Samui - Suvarnabhumi: 10.30 - 12.00 hrs. and 14.40 - 16.10 hrs.
O  Online reservation
👉 Or call 1771

 

Billedet indeholder sandsynligvis: ocean og tekst

 

(Based on time table it must be with ATR-72 airplane.)

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Airport opening hours, Samui Airport (USM) at the moment 8 am to 7 pm...

 

Ingen tilgængelig billedbeskrivelse.

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From June 1st Bangkok Airways will add two more Bangkok-Samui flights a day – total should then be four – all flights operated by ATR-72 airplanes.

 

 

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Bangkok Air timetable from June 1 st...

 

Billedet indeholder sandsynligvis: himmel

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Koh Samui Health Pass

Everybody that comes to Koh Samui will be asked to scan this QR Code for a registration. Better spare some phone's battery...

 

Ingen tilgængelig billedbeskrivelse.

 

Billedet indeholder sandsynligvis: telefon

 

Billedet indeholder sandsynligvis: telefon

 

Billedet indeholder sandsynligvis: telefon

Arrival from Bangkok is YELLOW code.

 

 

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17 hours ago, khunPer said:

Koh Samui Health Pass

Everybody that comes to Koh Samui will be asked to scan this QR Code for a registration. Better spare some phone's battery...

 

Ingen tilgængelig billedbeskrivelse.

 

Billedet indeholder sandsynligvis: telefon

 

Billedet indeholder sandsynligvis: telefon

 

Billedet indeholder sandsynligvis: telefon

Arrival from Bangkok is YELLOW code.

 

 

When I scan that it opens the health pass Thailand page but says something about QR code fail.. 

Another well engineered Thai IT project. 

 

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