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Many people have asked us when Thailand will go onto the 'green list' of countries whose travellers are exempt from quarantine on arrival in the UK. We've not been able to give an answer to that until now. Thailand will go on to the travel corridor list for England tomorrow, Saturday 19th September. 

https://www.gov.uk/government/news/thailand-and-singapore-added-to-travel-corridor-exempt-list-for-england

 

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1 minute ago, Pedrogaz said:

Great result......how about planes to take us there? How about quarantine on the way back?

Flights to the UK have always been, and still are, available.  Getting back to Thailand would still involve getting a COE and 14-day ASQ in Thailand at your own expense.

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1 hour ago, roquefort said:

Hardly a "travel corridor", when very few people are allowed into Thailand and have to jump through multiple hoops in order to do so.

It is for exit from TH. Not meant to return.

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12 hours ago, brewsterbudgen said:

Flights to the UK have always been, and still are, available.  Getting back to Thailand would still involve getting a COE and 14-day ASQ in Thailand at your own expense.

Booking a flight is easy but the actual flight is not because so many are cancelled.

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Several airlines have flights out of the country without any cancellations. One reliable airline is Qatar Airways via Doha. Then there are also KLM, Lufthansa, Finnair and EVA Air. 

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