Thailand is one of many Asian countries still grappling with the pandemic’s effects.
With weekly capacity even below 2020 levels, more than half of the country’s fleet remains inactive. However, on the 27th September 2021 the Thai government approved a four-phase timeline for the country’s tourism reopening.
Following a pilot phase on the island of Phuket, the roll-out will then be extended to Bangkok and a number of mainland and island tourist destinations. The final phase will see much of the country’s tourist destinations open to travellers.
Thailand is one of the key examples of how strict measures to curb COVID-19 have impacted aviation and the tourism industry. With the country opening up in the coming months, it will be interesting to see if it has any immediate impact on those industries.
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- Traffic graphs
- Tourism tables and graphs
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