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Kolkata-Bangkok services set to resume after Covid break | Kolkata News – Times of India

KOLKATA: Air India and Thai Airways’ subsidiary airlines Thai Smile are set to resume services between Kolkata and Bangkok, a key international sector for business and tourism.
Coming a day after Singapore Airlines announced daily services between Kolkata and Singapore from November 29, it marks the gradual return of international flights to Kolkata airport after a 20-month hiatus. Sources said IndiGo Airlines is also working on a daily flight schedule between Kolkata and the Thai capital.
Air India will start its services to Bangkok from December 8, initially operating two times-a-week on Wednesday and Sunday afternoons. Prior to the pandemic, the airline had three day-a-week services between Kolkata and Bangkok.
Flyers travelling to Thailand require to be fully vaccinated at least 14 days prior to the travel date. On reaching Bangkok, tourists and visitors have to undergo an RT-PCR test and will have to check into one of the listed hotels till the arrival of the report. Thai…

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