The temporary ban on all international flights entering Thailand which were imposed 3 April 2020 has now been eased up considerably in order to allow certain types of aircrafts and passenger aircraft will be allowed to land provided that the passengers fulfill the criteria given in the the notification issued by the Civil Aviation Authority 30 June 2020 on Conditions for International Flight Permit to Thailand.
Please read the full notification here.
The notification lists 6 types of aircrafts and the categories of passengers allowed to land in Thailand.
The following conditions seems still to be valid. However, always contact the Royal Thai Embassy in the country before leaving for Thailand!
Those seeking entry must submit their application at the Royal Thai Embassy or Consulate General in the Denmark at least 10 business days before the date of intended departure. The application should include a copy of a valid work permit or permission issued by an RTG agency to work in Thailand; and a valid health insurance policy with coverage of at least $100,000, including coverage of COVID-19.
If the request to enter is granted, the applicant must present the following at the airport: (1) boarding pass; (2) Certificate of Entry into the Kingdom of Thailand; (3) a completed and signed “Declaration Form;” (4) a “Fit-to-Fly” Health Certificate issued no more than 72 hours prior; and (5) a valid health insurance policy with coverage of at least $100,000, including coverage of COVID-19. In addition, travelers are subject to 14-day state quarantine upon arrival in a government-approved facility at their own expense.