BANGKOK, 1 April 2021: Thailand’s Department of Civil Aviation circulated a revised Certificate of Entry form earlier this week that provides space to identify a passenger’s vaccination information.
The new form has space to enter the details of the Covid-19 vaccination, including the vaccine provider and the administration dates of the jabs. It also identifies the quarantine hotel booked and the duration of the quarantine.
Starting 29 March, a new updated version of the Certificate of Entry form for all passengers has been distributed to passengers.
According to the information from DCA, effective 1 April, Thai national travelling to Thailand will not need to present a Fit to Fly Certificate or Covid-19 PCR test to board planes.
Airlines can verify the CoE with a QR code by scanning QR code via this website “https://coethailand.mfa.go.th/regis/qrcodescan“
The updated form has been circulated to all IATA airlines.