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Hi. I'm from the UK and normally travel to Thailand twice a year using a single entry 'O' visa based on marriage. I am looking for a link or sound information as to what the procedure is to obtain fit to fly,covid test,visa and flight tickets. I normally use the Consulate in Hull to obtain my visa but the website says it's closed and I couldn't find any information on the Embassy website in London. Any help would be appreciated.

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12 hours ago, Hunlicahors said:

Thank you

I am currently doing this but from the US. It's not straightforward I can assure you. If you don't have the visa you need to apply in which you need to supply flight details. And the repatriation flights are only there to choose 1 month in advance. For marriage you need to get your wife to do a letter to confirm that you are still married and that she acknowledges that you are coming and she wants you in Thailand 

Then of course there is the ASQ hotels to book .....

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34 minutes ago, rucker4012 said:

UbonJoe, site could not be reached

Try again later. No link will work at this time. The main site http://www.thaiembassy.org/main/ is down as well.

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2 hours ago, rucker4012 said:

UbonJoe, site could not be reached

 

It's working now, 

 

**Repatriation flights for non-Thai nationals**

Registration is now closed as all flights are full. Update for September 2020 will be posted soon.

To register and book, click https://bit.ly/3jVCJgS

Each passenger has to register individually. Passengers travelling with child(ren) can register the child(ren) under their account. A passenger who wishes to travel with his/her spouse/partner has to register an account separately, and each can book his/her own seat, or one spouse can book 2 seats after the other spouse has registered.

While commercial flights are banned from entering Thailand, the Embassy has arranged repatriation flights to facilitate Thai nationals and non-Thai nationals in the UK and Ireland who need to go to Thailand.

Each flight can accommodate up to 50 non-Thai nationals.

There are 3 flights in August 2020 by Thai Airways International :

- Flight#1 on 9 August 2020

- Flight#2 on 16 August 2020

- Flight#3 on 23 August 2020

All flights are TG917, departing at 21.25 hrs. from London Heathrow Airport, Terminal 2.
 
Economy class tickets are £689.00 and business class tickets are £2,802.00 (one way from London to Bangkok).
 
The Emybassy will send the list of registered passengers to Thai Airways International to make booking. Payment for tickets will be made directly to Thai Airways International. 

The Embassy reserves the rights for Thais and non-Thai nationals in the UK and Ireland. 

**The Embassy will issue the Certificate of Entry (CoE) to registered passengers after they have submitted the ASQ hotel booking confirmation.**

For the list of ASQ booking, please see http://www.thaiembassy.org/london/contents/filemanager/document/List%20of%20ASQ%20Hotels%2026062020.pdf

For more information on the CoE requirements and visa application, please see  http://www.thaiembassy.org/london/en/services/7742/119247-Requirements-for-Certificate-of-Entry-during-trave.html

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19 hours ago, Hunlicahors said:

Thank you

Forget about the consulates. You have to deal with the Thai embassy in London, which at the moment isn't the most popular place in Europe. 

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4 hours ago, theoldgit said:

 

It's working now, 

 

**Repatriation flights for non-Thai nationals**

Registration is now closed as all flights are full. Update for September 2020 will be posted soon.

To register and book, click https://bit.ly/3jVCJgS

Each passenger has to register individually. Passengers travelling with child(ren) can register the child(ren) under their account. A passenger who wishes to travel with his/her spouse/partner has to register an account separately, and each can book his/her own seat, or one spouse can book 2 seats after the other spouse has registered.

While commercial flights are banned from entering Thailand, the Embassy has arranged repatriation flights to facilitate Thai nationals and non-Thai nationals in the UK and Ireland who need to go to Thailand.

Each flight can accommodate up to 50 non-Thai nationals.

There are 3 flights in August 2020 by Thai Airways International :

- Flight#1 on 9 August 2020

- Flight#2 on 16 August 2020

- Flight#3 on 23 August 2020

All flights are TG917, departing at 21.25 hrs. from London Heathrow Airport, Terminal 2.
 
Economy class tickets are £689.00 and business class tickets are £2,802.00 (one way from London to Bangkok).
 
The Emybassy will send the list of registered passengers to Thai Airways International to make booking. Payment for tickets will be made directly to Thai Airways International. 

The Embassy reserves the rights for Thais and non-Thai nationals in the UK and Ireland. 

**The Embassy will issue the Certificate of Entry (CoE) to registered passengers after they have submitted the ASQ hotel booking confirmation.**

For the list of ASQ booking, please see http://www.thaiembassy.org/london/contents/filemanager/document/List%20of%20ASQ%20Hotels%2026062020.pdf

For more information on the CoE requirements and visa application, please see  http://www.thaiembassy.org/london/en/services/7742/119247-Requirements-for-Certificate-of-Entry-during-trave.html

Cheap flights for one way and here was me thinking Thai airways has money problems ! 😳😄

Done enough hoop jumping all the years I have lived in Thailand so will be waiting until it doesn’t cost several times more than normal to fly there and I can get off a plane of my choice and go home !

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Also you will notice on the link when you register that you have to upload your ASQ booking. Its ar*e about face, its a crazy situation.

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14 minutes ago, jimn said:

Also you will notice on the link when you register that you have to upload your ASQ booking. Its ar*e about face, its a crazy situation.

Putting it mildly 🤣

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Yes and what if you don't have a current Non-O Visa? How do you apply for it all together? 

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