Friday, 1 May 2020

Thai Lion Air restarts domestic routes

Thai Lion Air has restarted some domestic routes the carrier has confirmed this week.  Starting today the airline will operate schedules to Chiang Mai, Ubon Ratchathani, Khon Kaen, Surat Thani, Hat Yai, and Nakhon Si Thammarat. 

In order to recommence this schedule,  the airline has introduced a series of stricks health and safety measures,  including the requirement for all passengers to wear a mask at all times from entering the passenger terminal until leaving the terminal at the end of the journey.  Passengers without masks will be denied boarding.

Thai Lion Air will adopt a minimum 1-hour check-in time as passengers will have to follow a strict process including temperature screening.  If a body temperature reading is higher than 37.3 degrees Celsius or coughing, wheezing is witnessed then the airline may deny boarding to that person. 

Social distance markers have been placed on the floor at checkpoints, desks, on the bus and in the passenger air-bridge. 

No food and beverage service during the flights. And food and beverage are not allowed to be eaten on board.  In addition, a health declaration form which will be distributed to passengers at the boarding gate must be filled out. 

All cabin crew will be checked for body temperature before the flight. And will be in proactive equipment with masks and gloves throughout the service. After the flight, the airline will clean and disinfect the aircraft every time. 





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