By The Nation
Bangkok Airways passenger lounges and courtesy corners at other airports will be reopened soon, it added.
Meanwhile, Bangkok Airways will resume serving in-flight meals for its domestic routes on Tuesday (September 15), marking another step back towards normality for air travellers.
The airline is required to serve food and beverages in a snack box, though tea and coffee are still off the menu. Passengers are still required to wear a mask during flights, except while eating and drinking.
The move is in line with a recent announcement from the Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand (CAAT) on guidelines for airlines during the Covid-19 outbreak. Bangkok Airways will also resume in-flight sale of souvenirs from October 1.