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- June,2022(part5) -
25 Jun, 2022
Thailand lifts face mask mandate
On Friday, June 24, the Thai government decided to lift the wear masks mandate in public places, and this new rule was issued on the same day.

Wearing a mask will be optional now. However, the Ministry of Public Health of Thailand recommends that people with underlying illnesses such as respiratory illnesses and the elderly continue to wear masks. They also recommend wearing a mask in crowded areas and poorly ventilated areas.

However, there are places such as BTS in Bangkok that require masks to be worn. You are no longer obliged to wear a mask, but please follow the rules of each place to decide whether or not to wear a mask.
24 Jun, 2022
Nok Air resumes international flights from July
Thai LCC Nok Air has deteriorated since the pandemic. Currently, domestic flights within Thailand are in operation, but international flights are still suspended.

Nok Air has announced that it will resume regular international flights to and from Don Muang Airport in Bangkok from July.

The first stage of resumption will be the reopening of the Bangkok-Yangon route on July 1.

The flight schedule is as follows.
Bangkok-Yangon line
Bangkok (Don Muang) ⇔ Yangon (July 1, 2022 ~)
DD900 DMK06: 30 RGN07: 15 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday
DD901 RGN08: 05 DMK09: 50 Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Sunday

The flight resumption sale is currently underway. For details, please refer to the company's official website.

23 Jun, 2022
Thai AirAsia started international flights to and from Suvarnabhumi Airport
Low-cost carrier Thai AirAsia has started operating international flights between Bangkok's Suvarnabhumi Airport and Malaysia's Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Thai AirAsia currently operates only flights to and from Don Muang Airport for international flights in Bangkok, and the flights at Suvarnabhumi Airport are only domestic flights to and from Chiang Mai, Phuket and Krabi.

The Kuala Lumpur flight, which has just started, will be the first international flight at Suvarnabhumi Airport since the pandemic.

There are two daily flights between Suvarnabhumi and Kuala Lumpur.
The flight schedule is as follows.

Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) ⇒ Kuala Lumpur
FD410 BKK07: 10 KUL10: 05 every day
FD419 BKK17: 10 KUL20: 20 every day

Kuala Lumpur ⇒ Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi)
FD411 KUL10: 35 BKK11: 55 every day
FD420 KUL20: 50 BKK22: 05 every day

AirAsia's Don Muang-Kuala Lumpur route is already in service for flights to and from Don Muang. When booking this route in the future, please be aware of whether you are departing from or arriving at the airport, Don Muang or Suvarnabhumi.
22 Jun, 2022
Thailand, MRT Yellow Line and MRT Pink Line will start operation next year
The Ministry of Transport of Thailand has announced that the MRT Yellow Line and MRT Pink Line monorails will be partially operational in early 2023.

According to the Mass Rapid Transit Authority of Thailand (MRTA), the MRT Yellow Line connecting Lat Phrao and Samrong is now 92 percent complete, with some operations starting in January 2023 and scheduled to fully open in June. On the other hand, the MRT Pink Line connecting Min Bburi and Khae Rai is 88.5% complete, some operations will start in February, and it is scheduled to be fully opened in July.

For convenience of commuters, both routes can be paid for Europay, Mastercard and Visa (EMV). It seems that the fare will be considered so that you can transfer to another route without paying an additional fee.

21 Jun, 2022
Thai Airways International increases flights between Tokyo and Bangkok from July
Thai Airways International will increase the number of flights between Narita and Bangkok to two per day from July. We have officially announced that the Haneda-Bangkok route, which had been suspended until now, will be resumed on a daily basis.

Due to this change, Thai Airways International will be able to make three round trips a day between Tokyo and Bangkok. The flight schedule between Japan and Thailand, including Kansai and Chubu flights, is as follows.

From Japan to Bangkok
Narita ⇒ Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi)
TG643 NRT 12:00 BKK 16:30 every day
TG677 NRT17: 25 BKK21: 55 Every day *
(Flight TG677 will start operating from July 1st)

Haneda ⇒ Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi)
TG683 HND10: 35 BKK15: 05 Everyday *
(* The service will start on July 2nd)

Kansai ⇒ Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi)
TG623 KIX11: 45 BKK15: 35 every day

Chubu ⇒ Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi)
TG645 NGO 11:00 BKK 15:00 Mon / Wed / Thu / Fri / Sun
From Bangkok to Japan

From Bangkok to Japan
Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) ⇒ Narita
TG642 BKK23: 50 NRT08: 10 (+1) every day
TG676 BKK07: 35 NRT15: 45 Every day *
(* Flight TG675 will start operating from July 1st)

Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) ⇒ Haneda
TG682 BKK22: 45 HND06: 55 (+1) Every day *
(* Starting operation from July 1st)

Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) ⇒ Kansai
TG622 BKK23: 59 KIX07: 30 (+1) every day

Bangkok (Suvarnabhumi) ⇒ Central
TG644BKK00:05 NGO08: 00 Mon / Wed / Thu / Fri / Sun

Please refer to the official website of Thai Airways International for details.
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