Israel has announced plans to mark its 80th birthday on March 8 with an airport visit to Thailand.
The Israeli Tourism Authority (ITA) said in a statement that it would be the first visit by an Israeli official to Thailand in 40 years.
The Israel Airports Authority (IAA) confirmed that it had been planning a visit to Bangkok for more than a decade.
Israel was already in Thailand as part of a joint venture with Thai Airlines to open the airport in 2005.
It had a total of 12 flights to Thailand between 2007 and 2013.
It was the first time Israel had visited Thailand since World War II.
The IAA said that Israel would fly to Bangkok on March 6 for the first leg of its journey, starting from Tel Aviv at 11:10 am (13:10 GMT).
The visit will be followed by a stopover in the capital, Bangkok.
It is also planned to mark the 80th birth anniversary of former Thai prime minister Thaksin Shinawatra, who died on February 6.
The ITA said that Israeli officials would be welcomed in the Thai capital, while the Israeli Embassy would be on the ground.
Thailand has been a longtime ally of Israel, a country of 7.4 million people that has traditionally welcomed Jewish tourists and settlers.