Non-Thais with work permit need ‘Fit to Fly Health Certificate’ to enter Thailand

As per the latest travel advisory by the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand, “non-Thai nationals with work permits or those who have been granted permission from Thai government agencies to work in Thailand” can enter the country. The new public announcement does not mention insurance.

The order covers “persons on diplomatic or consular mission, or under International Organizations, representatives of the government performing their duties in Thailand or other persons or international agencies that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs gives permission, and their families.  In this case, certificate of entry to the Kingdom issued by Ministry of Foreign Affairs is required”, said the advisory.

The persons (D and E, read advisory) must have “Fit to Fly Health Certificate” issued no more than 72 hours before traveling.

Read the complete advisory here.

Travel advisory to passengers planning to enter Thailand