Thailand will lift a ban on international flights on Wednesday, its aviation regulator said on Monday.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) said the ban on international flights will be lifted on Wednesday under some conditions.
Aircraft and persons entering Thailand must comply with the conditions, time limits and rules of the authorised persons under the Immigration Act, communicable diseases laws, air naviation law and the emergency decree, it added.
The annoucement came after the government earlier on Monday approved some foreign travel to the country including business travellers and foreigners with spouses, work permits or residency in the country.
The airports and airline industry bore the heaviest brunt from the ban in April before the CAAT allowed some flights to resume in May.
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