The group of Thais, mostly students, flew by Dubai-based Eastern SkyJets in two flights.
United Arab Emirates carrier brought out 119 Thais in its first flight and 130 on the second, landing at 3.28am and 4.28am respectively.
The two flights from Dubai carried the last group of Thais who asked the Thai embassy for that they wanted to evacuate to Bangkok.
There were originally 661 Thais wanting to come home but 58 changed their minds and voluntarily decided to stay in Egypt. Some were students who feared that they could not make it back to study in Egypt if they returned to Thailand now.
Transport Minister Chadchart Sittipunt said that so far there were no more Thais asking to evacuate but the Ministry of Foreign Affairs would follow up to make sure there were no more wanting to leave.
He said there was no plan for further evacuation charters but commercial flights would be used instead and the government would cover the transport expense.