Air traffic in and over Thailand, during the ten days following the reopening of the country to foreign arrivals on November 1st, was 25% percent higher than in October, averaging 990 flights a day, including overflights, according to Aeronautical Radio of Thailand Company (Aerothai).
2,243 international, 6,651 domestic and 1,025 overflights through Thai air space were recorded.
Aerothai executive vice president Tinnagorn Choowong said that the figures represent a good sign that traffic will further increase for the rest of the year.
He said that he is optimistic that, during the two festive months of December and January, air traffic will reach about 30,000-32,000 flights per month, or 1,000-1,100 flights a day,if the COVID-19 pandemic is under control.
Source: Thai PBS World