August 26, 2020

Poland to Ban Flights from 43 Countries

The Polish government has banned international passenger flights from 43 countries since August 26.

The restrictions apply to civil aircraft with passengers. An exception is made for flights that are operated with the permission of the Polish government or in the interests of the country’s armed forces.

The decree will expire on September 1, but such a short period of validity of the document may indicate that the Polish authorities may in the near future revise the list of countries.

For example, the Polish government has already twice lifted the requirement for compulsory quarantine for arriving by air from Ukraine, but this relief was canceled literally a few days after the introduction.

Flights to Poland are prohibited from the following countries:

Bosnia and Herzegovina
China
Montenegro
Sao Tome and Principe
Russia
Brazil
Saudi Arabia
Bahrain
Eswatini
Mexico
Israel
Qatar
Kuwait
Argentina
Armenia
Chile
Dominican Republic
Ecuador
Gabon
Guatemala
Honduras
Iraq
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Colombia
Kosovo
Costa Rica
North Macedonia
Maldives
Moldova
Panama
Peru
South Africa
Salvador
Serbia
Singapore
Suriname
Cape Verde
USA
Oman
Luxembourg
Bolivia
Bahamas

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