Travel restrictions in Thailand are becoming increasingly more severe, with the country now issuing a travel warning.
The warning comes in the wake of a series of violent incidents on Thai beaches, where hundreds of people have been injured.
Police have also arrested several people suspected of taking part in the violence, including the alleged owner of the beach resort.
As the government’s warning comes amid heightened tensions, travelers are being asked to plan ahead ahead for their trips.
Many international flights to Thailand are cancelled and many international airlines are taking extra measures to avoid disrupting Thai travelers’ travel plans.
According to a report by The Australian, most airlines have already put in place “temporary travel restrictions” that include restricting travel by air, rail and sea.
Airline Ryanair has already removed all flights from the Thai airports of Phuket, Hua Hin, and Pattaya, but has said it would suspend flights from Bangkok to Surabaya, as well as other airports in Thailand.
Ryanair has also said it is planning to move its international business operations from Bangkok back to London.
British Airways has also temporarily suspended its flights to and from Thailand after the death of a British national in Surabek, but the airline has since resumed service.
Boeing has suspended its Thai operations, and the airline’s Thai operations are also temporarily suspending flights.
Meanwhile, American Express has announced it will cancel all its Thai and Australian business travel to Thailand.
This includes its Thai branch and its American Express Express Thai branch.
“We are working closely with the authorities to find a way forward that protects all Thai and British citizens,” the American Express Thai spokesman said.
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