Thai Lion Air offers Thais stuck in China free “Fly them back home” flights
Thai Lion Air, the Thai subsidiary of the Indonesian budget airline, is saying it will help repatriate Thais living in various cities in China, where air transportation is still allowed, under the airline’s “Fly them back home” project, free of charge. They are planning the flights home between February 5 and 8.
“Passengers will be given a thorough examination as determined by the airline as it cooperates with government agencies on the matter.”
Passengers who are interested to take up the opportunity of the free flights back to Thailand, will need to register and must be Thai nationals carrying a Thai passport. They also need to prove that they have no history of travel to Wuhan city, the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak.
Anyone interested in registering can contact +66 2529 9955 (6am-midnight Thai local time) or e-mail HERE.
SOURCE: The Nation
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