Thailand is calling! SpiceJet announces direct flights from Delhi, Mumbai & Kolkata

May you always have a shell in your pocket and sand in your shoes. 😁

Thailand, one of Asia’s most popular travel destinations, has started welcoming tourists from India. And to top it all, Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet recently announced direct flights to Bangkok from Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata.

All of these new flights are now available for booking on ixigo. Check our latest flight booking offers before planning your trip!

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Here are the flight schedules:

  • Delhi Bangkok: 10th March at 7:05 pm
  • Bangkok Delhi: 11th March at 2:05 am
  • Mumbai Bangkok: 17th March at 8:40 pm
  • Bangkok Mumbai: 18th March at 3:45 am
  • Kolkata Bangkok: 10th March at 12:05 am
  • Bangkok Kolkata: 10th march at 5:10 am

Now to know about one-stop connecting flights from Dharamshala, Leh, Khajuraho, Kushinagar, Darbhanga, Jammu, Bagdogra, Kanpur, Jharsuguda, Bengaluru and Visakhapatnam to Bangkok, please check below:

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Also read: 7 International Destinations that are now Open for Vaccinated Indian Travellers

Now let us quickly tell you about the travel guidelines for Thailand so you can sort your documents and get ready for the good part! 😀

Travellers keen to visit Thailand can do so under three schemes – TEST & GO, Blue Zone Sandbox and Alternative Quarantine (it is open for unvaccinated travellers as well). 

Below are the requirements for the TEST & GO scheme which is open for vaccinated travellers:

> Travellers 18 years of age and older must be fully vaccinated at least 14 days before travel. Unaccompanied travellers who are 12-17 years of age must be vaccinated with at least 1 dose.

> Travellers must have a pre-departure COVID-19 RT-PCR negative test result taken 72 hours before travelling. However, travellers under 6 years of age are exempted. But, they will undergo a saliva test on entering Thailand.

> Travellers must hold an insurance policy with coverage of at least US$50,000. The policy should cover the cost of COVID-19 related medical expenses, the whole duration of stay in Thailand, and at least 10 extra days.

> Travellers must present proof of prepayment for 2 nights of accommodation at government-approved hotel/s for Day 1 and Day 5, and the expenses for two RT-PCR tests on Day 1 and Day 5. The prepayment for Day 1 must also include a prearranged transfer from the airport to the hotel.

Important: Please note that travel guidelines are dynamic and subject to change on short notice. This is only a quick overview—for detailed information, please visit our COVID-19 travel guidelines tracker.

Don’t forget, flyers can book their tickets using the ixigo app to get some awesome discounts.

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