Status of travel bans in different countries in the light of COVID-19 Pandemic
|Country||Restrictions on international scheduled/commercial flights|
|India||Active till 31st August 2020
(This shall not apply to all international cargo flights and those approved by DGCA)
|Thailand||Active till further notice|
|Nepal||Active until 16th August 2020 (23:59 NST)|
|Singapore||Active till further notice|
|Bangladesh||Scheduled international passenger flights to/from China, Malaysia, Maldives, Qatar, Sri Lanka, Turkey, UAE, and UK are permitted to be operated as per the scheduled approved by CAAB|
|Kuwait||Limited scheduled Flights have resumed since 1 August 2020|
|Kingdom of Bahrain||Active until further notice|
|Oman||Active until further notice|
|Qatar||1.Airport is operational
2. Qatari nationals and Resident Permit holders are allowed to enter
3.Departure is allowed for all passengers
|Australia||Active until further notice|
|USA||Active until further notice|
Travel Advisory on Thailand
As per the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) notification dated 29 June 2020, while the temporary ban on international flights entering Thailand will continue, there will be an easing of restrictions for passenger flights under certain conditions from 01 July 2020.
The groups of people permitted to travel to Thailand will need to seek prior approval for their travel and meet the requirements of COVID-19 free certificate, fit to fly medical certificate, health insurance with coverage no less than USD 100,000 (with COVID-19 coverage) and mandatory 14-day quarantine at the designated alternative State quarantine facilities.
A certificate of entry will be issued by the Thai Authorities after submission of all the required documents. Visas must then be applied for from the nearest Thai Embassy/Consulate (there is no visa exemption for any passport category).
Those who wish to travel to Thailand may register themselves with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Thimphu
MINISTRY OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS