The six countries are Denmark, Germany, the United Kingdom, South Korea, Japan and Hong Kong.
The airline can make two flights per month on each of these routes, Chansin said.
THAI is expected to begin these special flights in late November. The airline will even increase the flights on these routes if it sees rising demand, he said.
It is also expected to make special charter flights from China to Phuket.
Chansin said THAI has given utmost importance to the security and health of passengers on all these routes.
Tourism businesses have asked the government to open up the country to some groups of foreigners to help boost the struggling sector, which is suffering from the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Prime Minister Prayut Chan-o-cha said yesterday (August 26) that he was in talks with state agencies on how to open the country to foreign tourists once the Covid-19 situation improves.