VFS Global expects a spike in Thailand eVisa on Arrival demand

India among nine countries eligible for Thailand eVisa on Arrival services

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VFS Global expects a spike in Thailand eVisa on Arrival demand ahead of Thai Airways resuming flights: As India’s restrictions on international flights lift, the national carrier for Thailand, Thai Airways, is ready to resume operations between the two countries.

VFS Global expects a spike in Thailand eVisa on Arrival demandA popular destination for Indian travellers, VFS Global, expects a surge in demand for its eVisa on Arrival service for Thailand. Customers can apply for their eVisas on Arrival (eVOA) on thailandevoa.vfsevisa.com or at their nearest VFS Global Visa Application Centre.

“Starting of Thailand eVOA services through VFS Global will provide great convenience to customers travelling to Thailand. Thai Airways will be operating 35 flights a week between India and Thailand during Summer 2022. We sincerely hope 2022 offers tremendous travel opportunities for customers,” said Mr Sunil Kumar, Sales Manager – North India, Thai Airways.

Ms Cholada Siddhivarn, Director of Tourism Authority of Thailand, Mumbai, said, “India remains an important source market for Thailand, and we are excited about the resumption of Thailand eVOA services through VFS Global. Thailand looks forward to welcoming many more Indian travellers in 2022.”

Mr Vachirachai Sirisumpan, Director, Tourism Authority of Thailand, New Delhi, added, “VFS Global has been a strong partner for Thailand as a destination, and we are pleased to share news of the restart of Thailand Immigration’s eVOA services through them. We hope 2022 will be the year we truly begin travel again.”

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Mr Noel Swain, Business Head – Passport Services, eVisa & Tourism services, VFS Global, said, “VFS Global appreciates the constant support and faith of the Thailand Immigration Authority, even during the challenges faced in the last two years. We have seen an uptick in demand for our Thailand eVOA since we resumed the service in January 2022, and we expect a further increase in these numbers once the Tai Airways flights resume at the end of the month.”

India is one among nine countries whose nationals are eligible for Thailand eVOA services, along with Bhutan, Bulgaria, China, Cyprus, India, Malta, Romania, Saudi Arabia and Taiwan.

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