Thailand had a record 39.8 million tourist arrivals last year.
But it's recorded no foreign visitors since April when it imposed a travel ban.
One of the main victims has been its flagship carrier, Thai Airways.
It's been under bankruptcy protection since May.
But there was a ray of light on Monday (September 14).
The country's Central Bankruptcy Court approved Thai Airways' request for restructuring.
As well as the formation of a restructuring committee.
The process will likely take three to five months.
Meanwhile, the company is being forced to get creative.
Last week loyal customers flocked to its newly-launched restaurant.
With most of its planes grounded, the airline has transformed the cafeteria of its Bangkok headquarters into an aviation-themed eatery.
It wants to remind passengers of the experience of in-flight dining and satisfy their cravings for airline food.
All the tables are made from parts of an aircraft's engine.
And each decoration has a QR code attached to it for visitors to look up information on the parts.