Are there any direct flights from Thailand to USA?
As of October 2021, no nonstop flights between the U.S. and Thailand exist, on Thai Airways or on any other airline.
Is Thai Airways closing down?
For now, the future of Thai Airways remains uncertain. While the airline is unlikely to completely shut down, according to experts, a prolonged bankruptcy is possible. Currently, the airline’s best hope is to have its rehabilitation plan accepted and begin the process of becoming profitable again.
Where does Thai Airways fly?
Thai Airways destinations
|Chiang Mai||Chiang Mai International Airport|
|Chiang Rai||Chiang Rai International Airport|
How many hours does it take from Thailand to USA?
The air travel (bird fly) shortest distance between Thailand and United States is 13,888 km= 8,630 miles. If you travel with an airplane (which has average speed of 560 miles) from Thailand to United States, It takes 15.41 hours to arrive.
Which airlines are flying into Bangkok?
Other airlines flying to Bangkok
|Emirates flights||ANA (All Nippon Airways) flights|
|Cathay Pacific flights||Qantas flights|
|Etihad Airways flights||China Eastern flights|
|Singapore Airlines flights||China Southern flights|
|KLM flights||Austrian Airlines flights|
Can I travel to Thailand from USA right now?
Most foreign nationals are still banned from entering Thailand (for exceptions please see the “Country Specific Information” below). The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) also announced the extension of the ban on incoming international commercial passengers until further notice.
Is Thai Airways flying to Australia now?
Sydney-Bangkok flights set to continue
When it comes to Sydney, Thai Airways expects to operate a weekly flight to Bangkok between January and March 2021. … Australia’s international travel restrictions have also now been extended a third time, continuing until at least March 17 2021.
Can I enter Thailand right now?
Currently, all travelers must arrive on direct international flights to Phuket only. Transiting through Bangkok is not permitted. A full list of requirements for Phuket can be found on the Tourism Authority of Thailand’s website and guidelines for the reopening can be found here.