Starting Sept. 1, Domestic Flights Will Resume In 29 Dark Red Zone Provinces

After restrictions in the Covid-19 dark-red zones were eased, domestic air travel will resume in those areas with some restrictions on Sept 1, 2021, according to Airports of Thailand.
The authority states that air passengers will still be subject to restrictions imposed by airports in their destinations.
Among them are mobile tracking apps, full vaccination certificates, and Covid-19 test results.
Load factors might also be raised to 70% from 50% in order to bring down airline fares. Airborne drinks and food are not allowed.
Domestic flights from gateway airports to the 29 provinces must meet the following requirements:

Phitsanulok and Chumphon
Usage of a mobile tracking app
14-day quarantine

Phuket and Krabi
Usage of mobile tracking app
Results of RT-PCR or ATK tests conducted by physicians
Full-vaccination certificate or proof of no infection within the past 90 days

Hua Hin and Trang
Usage of tracking app
Full-vaccination certificate or proof of no infection within the past 90 days

Phrae, Nan, Sakhon Nakhon, Udon Thani, Chiang Mai and Buri Ram
Usage of tracking app
Full-vaccination certificate
On-arrival testing if required

Khon Kaen, Ubon Ratchathani and Lampang
Usage of tracking mobile app
Full-vaccination certificate
Negative RT-PCR test results

Chiang Rai, Hat Yai, Nakhon Phanom, and Nakhon Si Thammarat
Usage of tracking app
Full-vaccination certificate
Results of RT-PCR or ATK tests conducted by physicians

Ranong
Usage of tracking app
Full-vaccination certificate
Results of RT-PCR or ATK tests conducted by physicians

Surat Thani
Usage of tracking app

Bangkok (Don Mueang, Suvarnabhumi), Narathiwat, and U-Tapao airports
None

Following a recent decision by the Centre for Covid-19 Situation Administration to ease curbs on the zones, the curbs were eased.
There have been no flights in Ubon Ratchathani for weeks.

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