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18.10.2020 Wizz Air in the last few weeks continue to adjust planned operation, due various travel restrictions and market demand. As of 17OCT20, the airline’s planned operation for the month of November 2020 (01NOV20 – 30NOV20) as follows.

The following list only covers service operating under β€œW6” flight numbers, therefore certain service to/from the UK is excluded. Selected routes scheduled on 01NOV20 is also omitted. Additional change remains highly possible. Although the list below is based on the airline’s booking engine, certain routes may have been omitted.

Bacau – Billund 2 weekly
Bacau – Catania 1 weekly
Bacau – London Luton 4 weekly (1 daily from 16NOV20)
Bacau – Memmingen 2 weekly
Bacau – Milan Bergamo 2 weekly
Bacau – Rome Fiumcino 2 weekly
Belgrade – Dortmund 2 weekly
Belgrade – Eindhoven 2 weekly
Belgrade – Gothenburg 2 weekly
Belgrade – Karlstuhe/Baden-Baden 2 weekly
Belgrade – Larnaca 1 weekly
Belgrade – Malmo 3 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Belgrade – Memmingen 2 weekly
Belgrade – Mulhouse 3 weekly (2 weekly from 10NOV20)
Belgrade – Paris Beauvais 2 weekly
Belgrade – Stockholm Skavsta 2 weekly
Bucharest – Abu Dhabi eff 16NOV20 3 weekly
Bucharest – Alicante 2 weekly
Bucharest – Barcelona 3 weekly (2 weekly from 19NOV20)
Bucharest – Bari 2 weekly
Bucharest – Basel 2 weekly

Bucharest – Billund 2 weekly
Bucharest – Birmingham 2 weekly
Bucharest – Bologna 1 weekly
Bucharest – Brussels South Charleroi 2 weekly
Bucharest – Catania 1 weekly
Bucharest – Copenhagen 1 weekly
Bucharest – Doncaster/Sheffield 3 weekly
Bucharest – Dortmund 6 weekly
Bucharest – Edinburgh 1 weekly
Bucharest – Eindhoven 3 weekly (2 weekly from 09NOV20)
Bucharest – Hamburg 2 weekly
Bucharest – Lisbon 2 weekly
Bucharest – Liverpool 2 weekly
Bucharest – London Luton 2 daily (12 weekly from 09NOV20)
Bucharest – Madrid 2 weekly
Bucharest – Malaga 2 weekly
Bucharest – Malmo 2 weekly
Bucharest – Memmingen 2 weekly
Bucharest – Milan Bergamo 2 weekly
Bucharest – Naples 1 weekly
Bucharest – Nice 1 weekly
Bucharest – Nuremberg 2 weekly
Bucharest – Paris Beauvais 3 weekly
Bucharest – Rome Ciampino 2 weekly
Bucharest – Sandefjord 2 weekly
Bucharest – Stockholm Skavsta 3 weekly
Bucharest – Tenerife South 1 weekly
Bucharest – Turin 1 weekly
Bucharest – Valencia 2 weekly
Bucharest – Venice Treviso 2 weekly
Bucharest – Zaragoza 1 weekly
Budapest – Abu Dhabi eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Athens eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Barcelona eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Bari eff 19NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Basel 1 weekly (3 weekly from 16NOV20)
Budapest – Berlin 2 weekly
Budapest – Birmingham eff 18NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Brussels South Charleroi eff 16NOV20 3 weekly
Budapest – Dortmund 2 weekly
Budapest – Eindhoven 3 weekly (5 weekly from 16NOV20)
Budapest – Gothenburg eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Kyiv Zhulyany eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Lisbon eff 18NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Liverpool eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – London Gatwick eff 16NOV20 4 weekly
Budapest – London Luton 4 weekly (10 weekly from 16NOV20)
Budapest – Madrid eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Malaga eff 18NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Malmo eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Malta eff 19NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Milan Malpensa 2 weekly (4 weekly from 17NOV20)

Budapest – Moscow Vnukovo eff 16NOV20 3 weekly
Budapest – Nice eff 18NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Paris Orly eff 01NOV20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 18NOV20)
Budapest – Rome Fiumcino eff 16NOV20 3 weekly
Budapest – Stockholm Skavsta 2 weekly
Budapest – Tel Aviv eff 24NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Tenerife South eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Thessaloniki eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Budapest – Tirgu Mures eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Catania – Bologna 2 daily
Catania – Dortmund 2 weekly
Catania – Memmingen 2 weekly
Catania – Rome Fiumcino 3 daily
Catania – Venice 1 daily
Chisinau – Berlin 2 weekly
Chisinau – Bologna 1 weekly
Chisinau – Brussels South Charleroi 1 weekly
Chisinau – Dortmund 2 weekly
Chisinau – Hamburg 2 weekly
Chisinau – Liverpool 2 weekly
Chisinau – London Luton 1 daily
Chisinau – Memmingen 2 weekly
Chisinau – Milan Bergamo 1 weekly
Chisinau – Rome Ciampino 1 weekly
Chisinau – Verona 1 weekly
Cluj – Abu Dhabi eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Cluj – Alicante 1 weekly
Cluj – Barcelona 2 weekly
Cluj – Basel 1 weekly
Cluj – Bologna 1 weekly
Cluj – Doncaster/Sheffield 2 weekly
Cluj – Dortmund 2 weekly (3 weekly from 09NOV20)
Cluj – Eindhoven 2 weekly
Cluj – Hahn 1 weekly
Cluj – London Luton 1 daily
Cluj – Lyon 1 weekly
Cluj – Madrid 1 weekly
Cluj – Malmo 2 weekly
Cluj – Memmingen 1 weekly
Cluj – Milan Bergamo 2 weekly
Cluj – Paris Beauvais 3 weekly
Cluj – Rome Ciampino 1 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Cluj – Valencia 2 weekly
Craiova – Birmingham 2 weekly
Craiova – Cologne 1 weekly
Craiova – London Luton 5 weekly
Craiova – Milan Bergamo 1 weekly
Dortmund – Athens 2 weekly
Dortmund – Larnaca 2 weekly
Dortmund – Lisbon 2 weekly
Dortmund – Thessaloniki 1 weekly
Eindhoven – Rzeszow eff 06NOV20 2 weekly
Gdansk – Alesund 3 weekly
Gdansk – Bergen 3 weekly
Gdansk – Billund 2 weekly
Gdansk – Cologne 2 weekly
Gdansk – Dortmund 4 weekly
Gdansk – Eindhoven 6 weekly (5 weekly from 16NOV20)
Gdansk – Gothenburg 2 weekly
Gdansk – Hamburg 2 weekly (3 weekly from 09NOV20)
Gdansk – London Luton 5 weekly (10 weekly from 16NOV20)
Gdansk – Lviv 1 weekly
Gdansk – Malmo 3 weekly
Gdansk – Oslo 3 weekly
Gdansk – Sandefjord 2 weekly
Gdansk – Stavanger 3 weekly
Gdansk – Stockholm Skavsta 1 daily
Gdansk – Turku 1 weekly (2 weekly from 19NOV20)
Iasi – Bologna 1 weekly
Iasi – Brussels South Charleroi 1 weekly
Iasi – Dortmund 2 weekly
Iasi – Eindhoven 2 weekly (1 weekly from 09NOV20)
Iasi – Liverpool 2 weekly
Iasi – London Luton 1 daily (4 weekly from 09NOV20)
Iasi – Milan Bergamo 2 weekly
Iasi – Paris Beauvais 1 weekly
Iasi – Rome Ciampino 2 weekly
Katowice – Abu Dhabi 2 weekly
Katowice – Bristol 1 weekly (2 weekly from 17NOV20)
Katowice – Doncaster/Sheffield 1 weekly (2 weekly from 17NOV20)
Katowice – Dortmund 1 daily
Katowice – Eindhoven 6 weekly (5 weekly from 16NOV20)
Katowice – Liverpool eff 22NOV20 1 weekly
Katowice – London Luton 3 weekly (5 weekly form 17NOV20)
Katowice – Lviv 2 weekly
Katowice – Malta 2 weekly
Katowice – Rome Ciampino 2 weekly
Katowice – Sandefjord 2 weekly
Katowice – Stockholm Skavsta 2 weekly
Kaunas – Alesund eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Kaunas – Bergen 1 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Kaunas – Eindhoven eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Kaunas – Stavanger 1 weekly (2 weekly from 17NOV20)
Krakow – Bergen 1 weekly
Krakow – Billund 1 weekly
Krakow – Birmingham eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Krakow – Doncaster/Sheffield eff 18NOV20 2 weekly
Krakow – Eindhoven 2 weekly
Krakow – Kharkiv 1 weekly
Krakow – Kyiv Zhulyany 2 weekly
Krakow – London Luton 3 weekly (1 daily from 16NOV20)
Krakow – Milan Malpensa 1 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Krakow – Oslo 2 weekly
Krakow – Stavanger 1 weekly
Krakow – Trondheim 1 weekly
Kyiv Zhulyany – Berlin 2 weekly (5 weekly from 16NOV20)
Kyiv Zhulyany – Billund 2 weekly (1 weekly from 25NOV20)
Kyiv Zhulyany – Cologne 2 weekly
Kyiv Zhulyany – Copenhagen 2 weekly
Kyiv Zhulyany – Dortmund 2 weekly
Kyiv Zhulyany – Hamburg 1 weekly
Kyiv Zhulyany – Memmingen 1 weekly
Kyiv Zhulyany – Pardubice 1 weekly
Larnaca – Athens 4 weekly
Larnaca – Billund 1 weekly until 08NOV20
Larnaca – Copenhagen 1 weekly
Larnaca – Memmingen 1 weekly
Larnaca – Thessaloniki 3 weekly
Larnaca – Turku 1 weekly
Lublin – Eindhoven 2 weekly
Lublin – Sandefjord 1 weekly
Lviv – Berlin 1 weekly
Lviv – Dortmund 2 weekly
Lviv – Milan Malpensa 1 weekly
Lviv – Pardubice 1 weekly
Lviv – Rome Ciampino 1 weekly
Milan Malpensa – Alexandria Borg el Arab 1 weekly
Milan Malpensa – Athens 3 weekly
Milan Malpensa – Bari 1 daily
Milan Malpensa – Catania 3 daily
Milan Malpensa – Eindhoven 5 weekly
Milan Malpensa – Lisbon 3 weekly
Milan Malpensa – London Luton 2 daily
Milan Malpensa – Palermo 2 daily
Milan Malpensa – Porto 2 weekly
Milan Malpensa – Vilnius eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Nis – Dortmund 2 weekly
Nis – Memmingen 2 weekly
Nis – Mulhouse 3 weekly
Ohrid – Mulhouse eff 14NOV20 2 weekly
Olsztyn-Mazury – Dortmund 3 weekly (2 weekly from 17NOV20)
Oslo – Bergen eff 05NOV20 2 daily A320 (3 daily from 23NOV20)
Oslo – Tromso eff 05NOV20 1 daily A320 (2 daily from 23NOV20)
Oslo – Trondheim eff 05NOV20 2 daily A320 (3 daily from 23NOV20)
Poznan – Doncaster/Sheffield 1 weekly
Poznan – Eindhoven 3 weekly (2 weekly from 09NOV20)
Poznan – Kyiv Zhulyany 2 weekly
Poznan – Sandefjord 1 weekly
Prishtina – Dortmund 3 weekly
Prishtina – Mulhouse 6 weekly (5 weekly from 10NOV20, 4 from 17NOV20)
Riga – Doncaster 1 weekly
Riga – Dortmund 1 weekly
Riga – Eindhoven 1 weekly
Riga – Hamburg eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Riga – Kutaisi 1 weekly
Riga – London Luton 2 weekly
Riga – Sandefjord 1 weekly
Sibiu – Dortmund 2 weekly
Sibiu – Hahn 1 weekly
Sibiu – Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden 1 weekly
Sibiu – London Luton 3 weekly
Sibiu – Memmingen 2 weekly
Sibiu – Nuremberg 1 weekly
Skopje – Berlin 2 weekly
Skopje – Cologne 2 weekly
Skopje – Copenhagen 1 weekly
Skopje – Dortmund 3 weekly
Skopje – Eindhoven 1 weekly
Skopje – Friedrichshafen 3 weekly (2 weekly from 17NOV20)
Skopje – Gothenburg 2 weekly
Skopje – Hahn 3 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Skopje – Hamburg 2 weekly
Skopje – Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden eff 08NOV20 1 weekly
Skopje – London Luton 2 weekly (until 07NOV20)
Skopje – Malmo 3 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Skopje – Memmingen 3 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Skopje – Mulhouse 3 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Skopje – Nuremberg 2 weekly
Skopje – Stockholm Skavsta eff 08NOV20 1 weekly
Skopje – Turku 1 weekly
Sofia – Abu Dhabi eff 20NOV20 1 weekly
Sofia – Barcelona 2 weekly
Sofia – Bari 1 weekly
Sofia – Basel 2 weekly
Sofia – Bologna 2 weekly
Sofia – Brussels South Charleroi 3 weekly
Sofia – Copenhagen 3 weekly
Sofia – Dortmund 6 weekly (5 weekly from 16NOV20)
Sofia – Eindhoven 3 weekly
Sofia – Geneva 2 weekly
Sofia – Hahn 2 weekly
Sofia – Larnaca 1 weekly
Sofia – London Luton 11 weekly
Sofia – Madrid 2 weekly
Sofia – Malta 2 weekly
Sofia – Memmingen 3 weekly
Sofia – Milan Bergamo 4 weekly (3 weekly from 09NOV20)
Sofia – Nice 2 weekly
Sofia – Paris Beauvais 2 weekly
Sofia – Tel Aviv 4 weekly (3 weekly from 16NOV20)
Sofia – Valencia 2 weekly
Suceava – Dormund 1 weekly
Szczecin – Lviv 1 weekly
Szczecin – Sandefjord 2 weekly
Szczecin – Stavanger 1 weekly
Tallinn – Sandefjord 1 weekly
Timisoara – Dortmund 2 weekly
Timisoara – Karlsruhe/Baden-Baden 1 weekly
Timisoara – London Luton 4 weekly (3 weekly from 09NOV20)
Timisoara – Memmingen 2 weekly
Timisoara – Milan Bergamo 2 weekly
Timisoara – Paris Beauvais 1 weekly (3 weekly from 16NOV20)
Timisoara – Valencia 1 weekly
Tirana – Bari 2 weekly
Tirana – Berlin 2 weekly
Tirana – Bologna 2 weekly
Tirana – Dortmund 3 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Tirana – London Luton 5 weekly
Tirana – Memmingen 2 weekly
Tirana – Milan Bergamo 3 weekly
Tirana – Milan Malpensa 3 weekly
Tirana – Pisa 2 weekly
Tirana – Venice Treviso 2 weekly
Tirana – Verona 2 weekly
Tirgu Mures – Dortmund 1 weekly
Tirgu Mures – Memmingen 1 weekly
Tuzla – Berlin 1 weekly
Tuzla – Dortmund 2 weekly
Tuzla – Eindhoven 2 weekly
Tuzla – Gothenburg 2 weekly
Tuzla – Hahn 2 weekly
Tuzla – Malmo 3 weekly (2 weekly form 17NOV20)
Tuzla – Memmingen 2 weekly
Tuzla – Stockholm Skavsta 2 weekly
Varna – Berlin 2 weekly
Varna – Cologne 2 weekly
Varna – Dortmund 3 weekly
Varna – Eindhoven 2 weekly
Varna – Hamburg 2 weekly
Varna – Liverpool 2 weekly
Varna – London Luton 4 weekly
Varna – Memmingen 2 weekly
Vienna – Athens 3 weekly
Vienna – Barcelona eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Vienna – Bari 2 weekly
Vienna – Billund eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Vienna – Bremen eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Vienna – Catania 2 weekly
Vienna – Cologne 2 weekly (4 weekly from 24NOV20)
Vienna – Dortmund 2 weekly (4 weekly from 23NOV20)
Vienna – Eindhoven eff 16NOV20 3 weekly
Vienna – Kyiv Zhulyany 2 weekly
Vienna – Lisbon eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Vienna – Malaga eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Vienna – Milan Malpensa 4 weekly
Vienna – Naples 2 weekly
Vienna – Prishtina 2 weekly (1 weekly from 16NOV20)
Vienna – Rome Fiumcino 4 weekly
Vienna – Stockholm Skavsta 2 weekly (1 weekly 10NOV20 – 21NOV20)
Vienna – Tenerife South 1 weekly
Vienna – Tirana eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Vienna – Warsaw 2 weekly
Vilnius – Billund eff 22NOV20 1 weekly
Vilnius – Doncaster/Sheffield 1 weekly
Vilnius – Dortmund 3 weekly (2 weekly from 09NOV20)
Vilnius – Eindhoven 2 weekly (1 weekly from 10NOV20)
Vilnius – Kyiv Zhulyany 2 weekly
Vilnius – Larnaca 2 weekly (1 weekly from 09NOV20)
Vilnius – London Luton 4 weekly
Vilnius – Sandefjord 1 weekly
Vilnius – Stockholm Skavsta 1 weekly
Vilnius – Trondheim eff 17NOV20 2 weekly
Warsaw – Barcelona 2 weekly
Warsaw – Bari 2 weekly
Warsaw – Basel 2 weekly
Warsaw – Birmingham 1 weekly (2 weekly from 18NOV20)
Warsaw – Brussels South Charleroi 3 weekly
Warsaw – Catania 1 weekly until 14NOV20
Warsaw – Doncaster/Sheffield 1 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Warsaw – Eindhoven 3 weekly
Warsaw – Gothenburg 2 weekly
Warsaw – Kyiv Zhulyany 3 weekly
Warsaw – Larnaca 1 weekly
Warsaw – Liverpool 1 weekly (3 weekly from 17NOV20)
Warsaw – London Luton 1 daily (12 weekly from 16NOV20)
Warsaw – Malmo 2 weekly
Warsaw – Milan Bergamo 3 weekly
Warsaw – Paris Orly 2 weekly
Warsaw – Reykjavik Keflavik 2 weekly
Warsaw – Rome Fiumcino 3 weekly
Warsaw – Sandefjord 3 weekly
Warsaw – Stockholm Skavsta 4 weekly
Warsaw – Tel Aviv 2 weekly
Warsaw – Tenerife South 1 weekly (2 weekly from 18NOV20)
Wroclaw – Birmingham 1 weekly (2 weekly from 16NOV20)
Wroclaw – Doncaster/Sheffield 1 weekly (2 weekly from 18NOV20)
Wroclaw – Dortmund 2 weekly
Wroclaw – Eindhoven 3 weekly
Wroclaw – Kharkiv 1 weekly (2 weekly from 18NOV20)
Wroclaw – Kyiv Zhulyany 2 weekly
Wroclaw – London Luton 3 weekly (1 daily from 16NOV20)
Wroclaw – Lviv 2 weekly
Wroclaw – Reykjavik Keflavik eff 16NOV20 2 weekly
Wroclaw – Sandefjord 2 weekly
Wroclaw – Stockholm Skavsta 2 weekly until 06NOV20

29.09.2020 Wizz Air in the last 2 weeks further revised planned new routes launch in the 4th quarter of 2020, due to latest development on travel restrictions from various European countries. As of 25SEP20, various routes scheduled to begin in October, has been postponed due to November or December.

Additional changes remain highly possible.

Abu Dhabi – Bucharest eff 16NOV20 Service resumption, 3 weekly
Abu Dhabi – Budapest eff 17NOV20 Service resumption, 2 weekly
Abu Dhabi – Cluj eff 17NOV20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 18OCT20; Original plan: eff 16SEP20)
Abu Dhabi – Katowice eff 17NOV20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 26OCT20; Original plan: 15SEP20)
Abu Dhabi – Sofia eff 20NOV20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 17OCT20; Original plan: eff 15SEP20)
Bacau – Billund eff 29OCT20 2 weekly
Bacau – Bologna 1 flight on 04DEC20 open for booking (Previous plan: 3 weekly from 30OCT20)
Bacau – Brussels South Charleroi eff 05DEC20 3 weekly (Previous plan: eff 29OCT20)
Bacau – Catania eff 31OCT20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 04DEC20; Previous plan: 2 weekly from 30OCT20)
Bacau – Larnaca eff 04DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 30OCT20)
Bacau – Liverpool eff 30OCT20 2 weekly
Bacau – London Luton eff 09OCT20 4 weekly (1 daily from 29OCT20; Previous plan: 1 daily from 29OCT20)
Bacau – Memmingen eff 31OCT20 2 weekly
Bacau – Milan Bergamo eff 01NOV20 2 weekly (4 weekly from 04DEC20; Previous plan: 4 weekly from 30OCT20)
Bacau – Rome Fiumcino eff 30OCT20 2 weekly (5 weekly from 06DEC20; Previous plan: 5 weekly from 29OCT20)
Bacau – Turin eff 05DEC20 3 weekly (Previous plan: eff 30OCT20)
Bacau – Venice Treviso eff 05DEC20 3 weekly (Previous plan: eff 29OCT20)
Bucharest – Prague eff 05DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 27OCT20; Original plan: 3 weekly eff 01JUL20)
Catania – Bologna eff 08OCT20 2 daily
Catania – Memmingen eff 28OCT20 2 weekly
Catania – Rome Fiumcino eff 08OCT20 3 daily
Catania – Venice eff 08OCT20 1 daily
Chisinau – Hamburg eff 26OCT20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 16JUL20)
Chisinau – Liverpool eff 26OCT20 2 weekly
Chisinau – Mulhouse eff 06DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 25OCT20; Original plan: eff 15JUL20)
Cluj – Liverpool eff 22OCT20 2 weekly
Dortmund – Porto eff 13DEC20 2 weekly
Dortmund – Reykjavik Keflavik eff 26OCT20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 09AUG20)
Kharkiv – Berlin Brandenburg eff 04DEC20 2 weekly (The airline originally planned to launch this route to Berlin Schoenefeld on 03JUL20, later revised to 26OCT20 prior to latest adjustment)
Krakow – Barcelona eff 04DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: 3 weekly eff 26OCT20; plan: 4 weekly eff 13JUL20)
Larnaca – Paris Beauvais eff 04DEC20 2 weekly (3 weekly 21DEC20 – 15JAN21; Previous plan: eff 26OCT20)
Larnaca – Suceava eff 05DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 27OCT20; Original plan: eff 10JUL20)
Larnaca – Turku eff 11OCT20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 26OCT20; Previous plan: 2 weekly eff 26OCT20; Original plan: eff 12JUL20)
Milan Malpensa – Alexandria Borg el Arab eff 17SEP20 2 weekly (Reduce to 1 weekly 26SEP20 – 06DEC20)
Milan Malpensa – Catania eff 01OCT20 2 daily (3 daily from 08OCT20)
Milan Malpensa – Kharkiv eff 03NOV20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 02OCT20)
Milan Malpensa – Marrakech eff 30OCT20 1 weekly (3 weekly from 07DEC20; Previous plan: 3 weekly eff 26OCT20; Original plan: 4 weekly eff 01AUG20)
Milan Malpensa – Prishtina eff 03NOV20 2 weekly (Previous plan: 2 weekly from 03OCT20; Original plan: 3 weekly from 18JUL20)
Milan Malpensa – Tallinn eff 03NOV20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 29SEP20; Original plan: eff 18JUL20)
Milan Malpensa – Tel Aviv eff 03NOV20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 04OCT20; Original plan: 1 daily from 17JUL20)
Riga – Bergen eff 06DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 15OCT20)
Riga – Billund eff 06DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 16OCT20)
Riga – Birmingham eff 04DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 18OCT20)
Riga – Hamburg eff 18OCT20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 15OCT20)
Riga – Reykjavik Keflavik eff 04DEC20 3 weekly (Previous plan: eff 16OCT20)
Riga – Stockholm Skavsta eff 18OCT20 2 weekly (4 weekly from 08DEC20; Previous plan: 4 weekly eff 15OCT20)
Riga – Trondheim eff 04DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 18OCT20)
St. Petersburg – Bologna eff 17DEC20 2 weekly
St. Petersburg – Bratislava eff 04DEC20 3 weekly (4 weekly from 20DEC20; Previous plan: eff 16OCT20; Original plan: 01JUL20)
St. Petersburg – Bucharest eff 06DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 03OCT20; Original plan: 3 weekly eff 20JUL20)
St. Petersburg – Copenhagen eff 04DEC20 3 weekly (4 weekly from 20DEC20; Previous plan: eff 16OCT20; Original plan: eff 18SEP20)
St. Petersburg – Malta eff 05DEC20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 17DEC20; Previous plan: eff 17OCT20; Original plan: eff 19SEP20)
St. Petersburg – Milan Bergamo eff 03DEC20 4 weekly (1 daily from 14DEC20 unchanged; Previous plan: 4 weekly from 15OCT20)
St. Petersburg – Oslo eff 15DEC20 3 weekly (Previous plan: eff 19SEP20)
St. Petersburg – Salzburg eff 04DEC20 3 weekly (4 weekly from 20DEC20; Previous plan: eff 16OCT20; Original plan: eff 18SEP20)
St. Petersburg – Sofia eff 05DEC20 2 weekly instead of 3 weekly (Previous plan: eff 03OCT20; Original plan:3 weekly eff 02JUL20)
St. Petersburg – Stockholm Skavsta eff 15DEC20 3 weekly (Previous plan: eff 19SEP20)
St. Petersburg – Turin eff 19DEC20 1 weekly
St. Petersburg – Venice Treviso eff 03DEC20 2 weekly (3 weekly from 14DEC20; Previous plan: eff 15OCT20)
St. Petersburg – Vilnius eff 06DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 04OCT20; Original plan: eff 01JUL20)
Salzburg – Kyiv Zhulyany eff 19DEC20 1 weekly (Previous plan: 2 weekly eff 30OCT20; Original plan: eff 01JUL20)
Tallinn – Bergen eff 06DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 15OCT20)
Tallinn – Lviv eff 20OCT20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 03OCT20; Original plan: 3 weekly eff 02JUL20)
Tallinn – Sandefjord eff 29OCT20 2 weekly (Previous plan: 3 weekly eff 23OCT20)
Tallinn – Trondheim eff 05DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 24OCT20)
Vienna – Suceava eff 06DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 25OCT20; Original plan: eff 03JUL20)
Vienna – Tallinn eff 05DEC20 2 weekly (3 weekly 22DEC20 – 09JAN21; Previous plan: 3 weekly eff 27OCT20; Original plan: eff 02JUL20)
Vilnius – Birmingham eff 05DEC20 3 weekly (Previous plan: eff 22OCT20)
Vilnius – Hamburg eff 26OCT20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 22OCT20)
Vilnius – Liverpool eff 06DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 24OCT20)
Vilnius – Stockholm Skavsta eff 22OCT20 2 weekly (Previous plan: 2 weekly)
Vilnius – Trondheim eff 27OCT20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 24OCT20)
Vilnius – Yerevan eff 30OCT20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 26OCT20; Original plan: eff 03JUL20)
Warsaw – Tenerife South eff 03OCT20 1 weekly (2 weekly from 25OCT20; Previous plan: 2 weekly eff 02JUN20)
Zaporizhzhia – Gdansk eff 05DEC20 2 weekly (Previous plan: eff 27OCT20; Original plan: eff 22JUN20)

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  • European Union Latest News: High-speed train operator Thalys cancels 70 percent of trains from 2 November because of COVID-19 (Brussels Times, 27.10.2020). All flights between countries belonging to Schengen Zone will resume from 30 September (TFN, 28.09.2020). Thalys high-speed train operator cuts several services amid COVID-19 pandemic (Brussels Times, 22.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:

    European Union reopened borders to citizens of 14 countries since July 1. The list includes The safe countries deemed to have the coronavirus pandemic largely under control are Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay. Travelers from China would be approved to enter, but under the condition that Beijing would do the same for Europeans. Some EU countries have requested a delay in the decision for further examination, meaning the decision may be revised. The list is not entirely binding, border management remains a matter of national decision. (Prague Morning, 29.06.2020)

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    27.10.2020
  • European Union Travel restrictions: Council reviews the list of third countries for which restrictions should be lifted
    Following a review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the Council updated the list of countries for which travel restrictions should be lifted. As stipulated in the Council recommendation, this list will continue to be reviewed regularly and, as the case may be, updated.

    Based on the criteria and conditions set out in the recommendation, as from 22 October member states should gradually lift the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents of the following third countries:

    Australia
    Japan
    New Zealand
    Rwanda
    Singapore
    South Korea
    Thailand
    Uruguay
    China, subject to confirmation of reciprocity
    Travel restrictions should also be gradually lifted for the special administrative regions of China Hong Kong and Macao, subject to confirmation of reciprocity.

    Residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican should be considered as EU residents for the purpose of this recommendation.

    The criteria to determine the third countries for which the current travel restriction should be lifted cover in particular the epidemiological situation and containment measures, including physical distancing, as well as economic and social considerations. They are applied cumulatively. Reciprocity should also be taken into account regularly and on a case-by-case basis.

    Schengen associated countries (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) also take part in this recommendation.

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    24.10.2020
  • European Union Latest News: Thalys high-speed train operator cuts several services amid COVID-19 pandemic (Brussels Times, 22.09.2020).

    International Restrictions:
    European Union will continue to ban travelers from Brazil, Russia, U.S because of COVID-19 threat (Al Jazeera, 26.06.2020)

    European Union reopened borders to citizens of 14 countries since July 1. The list includes The safe countries deemed to have the coronavirus pandemic largely under control are Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay. Travelers from China would be approved to enter, but under the condition that Beijing would do the same for Europeans. Some EU countries have requested a delay in the decision for further examination, meaning the decision may be revised. The list is not entirely binding, border management remains a matter of national decision. (Prague Morning, 29.06.2020)

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    22.09.2020
  • European Union Following a review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the Council updated the list of countries for which travel restrictions should be lifted. As stipulated in the Council recommendation, this list will continue to be reviewed regularly and, as the case may be, updated.

    Based on the criteria and conditions set out in the recommendation, as from 8 August member states should gradually lift the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents of the following third countries:

    Australia
    Canada
    Georgia
    Japan
    New Zealand
    Rwanda
    South Korea
    Thailand
    Tunisia
    Uruguay
    China, subject to confirmation of reciprocity
    Residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican should be considered as EU residents for the purpose of this recommendation.

    The criteria to determine the third countries for which the current travel restriction should be lifted cover in particular the epidemiological situation and containment measures, including physical distancing, as well as economic and social considerations. They are applied cumulatively.

    Regarding the epidemiological situation, third countries listed should meet the following criteria, in particular:

    number of new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days and per 100 000 inhabitants close to or below the EU average (as it stood on 15 June 2020)
    stable or decreasing trend of new cases over this period in comparison to the previous 14 days
    overall response to COVID-19 taking into account available information, including on aspects such as testing, surveillance, contact tracing, containment, treatment and reporting, as well as the reliability of the information and, if needed, the total average score for International Health Regulations (IHR). Information provided by EU delegations on these aspects should also be taken into account.
    Reciprocity should also be taken into account regularly and on a case-by-case basis.

    For countries where travel restrictions continue to apply, the following categories of people should be exempted from the restrictions:

    EU citizens and their family members
    long-term EU residents and their family members
    travellers with an essential function or need, as listed in the Recommendation.
    Schengen associated countries (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) also take part in this recommendation.

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    10.08.2020
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    International restrictions:

    European Union will continue to ban travelers from Brazil, Russia, U.S because of COVID-19 threat (Al Jazeera, 26.06.2020)

    European Union reopened borders to citizens of 14 countries since July 1. The list includes The safe countries deemed to have the coronavirus pandemic largely under control are Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia, and Uruguay. Travelers from China would be approved to enter, but under the condition that Beijing would do the same for Europeans. Some EU countries have requested a delay in the decision for further examination, meaning the decision may be revised. The list is not entirely binding, border management remains a matter of national decision. (Prague Morning, 29.06.2020)

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    08.08.2020
  • European Union Travel restrictions: Council reviews the list of countries for which member states should gradually lift travel restrictions at the external border

    Following a review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the Council updated the list of countries for which travel restrictions should be lifted. As stipulated in the Council recommendation, this list will continue to be reviewed regularly and, as the case may be, updated.

    Based on the criteria and conditions set out in the recommendation, as from 31 July member states shouldΒ gradually lift the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents of the following third countries:

    AustraliaCanadaGeorgiaJapanMoroccoNew ZealandRwandaSouth KoreaThailandTunisiaUruguayChina, subject to confirmation of reciprocity

    Residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican should be considered as EU residents for the purpose of this recommendation.

    TheΒ criteriaΒ to determine the third countries for which the current travel restriction should be lifted cover in particular the epidemiological situation and containment measures, including physical distancing, as well as economic and social considerations. They are applied cumulatively.

    Regarding theΒ epidemiological situation, third countries listed should meet the following criteria, in particular:

    number of new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days and per 100 000 inhabitants close to or below the EU average (as it stood on 15 June 2020)stable or decreasing trend of new cases over this period in comparison to the previous 14 daysoverall response to COVID-19 taking into account available information, including on aspects such as testing, surveillance, contact tracing, containment, treatment and reporting, as well as the reliability of the information and, if needed, the total average score for International Health Regulations (IHR). Information provided by EU delegations on these aspects should also be taken into account.

    Reciprocity should also be taken into account regularly and on a case-by-case basis.

    For countriesΒ where travel restrictions continue to apply, the followingΒ categories of people should be exemptedΒ from the restrictions:

    EU citizens and their family memberslong-term EU residents and their family memberstravellers with an essential function or need, as listed in the Recommendation.

    Schengen associated countries (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) also take part in this recommendation.

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    30.07.2020
  • European Union Council updates the list of countries for which member states should gradually lift travel restrictions at the external borders

    Following the first review under the recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU, the Council updated the list of countries for which travel restrictions should be lifted. This list will continue to be reviewed and, as the case may be, updated every two weeks.

    Based on the criteria and conditions set out in the recommendation, as from 16 July member states shouldΒ gradually lift the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents of the following third countries:

    Algeria
    Australia
    Canada
    Georgia
    Japan
    Morocco
    New Zealand
    Rwanda
    South Korea
    Thailand
    Tunisia
    Uruguay
    China, subject to confirmation of reciprocity

    Residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican should be considered as EU residents for the purpose of this recommendation.

    TheΒ criteriaΒ to determine the third countries for which the current travel restriction should be lifted cover in particular the epidemiological situation and containment measures, including physical distancing, as well as economic and social considerations. They are applied cumulatively.

    Regarding theΒ epidemiological situation, third countries listed should meet the following criteria, in particular:

    number of new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days and per 100 000 inhabitants close to or below the EU average (as it stood on 15 June 2020)stable or decreasing trend of new cases over this period in comparison to the previous 14 daysoverall response to COVID-19 taking into account available information, including on aspects such as testing, surveillance, contact tracing, containment, treatment and reporting, as well as the reliability of the information and, if needed, the total average score for International Health Regulations (IHR). Information provided by EU delegations on these aspects should also be taken into account.

    Reciprocity should also be taken into account regularly and on a case-by-case basis.

    For countriesΒ where travel restrictions continue to apply, the followingΒ categories of people should be exemptedΒ from the restrictions:

    EU citizens and their family memberslong-term EU residents and their family memberstravellers with an essential function or need, as listed in the recommendation.

    Schengen associated countries (Iceland, Lichtenstein, Norway, Switzerland) also take part in this recommendation.

    https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2020/07/16/council-updates-the-list-of-countries-for-which-member-states-should-gradually-lift-travel-restrictions-at-the-external-borders/

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    16.07.2020
  • European Union The European Union Council will update its list of epidemiologically safe third-countries, by removing Serbia and Montenegro from it, due to an increase in COVID-19 cases in both Western Balkan countries.

    EU diplomats told RFE/RL (which were not named by the medium) that the Council has decided not to add any new countries to the list, considering the epidemiological situation in these countries is not safe, instead only removing Serbia and Montenegro from the list.

    The same sources confirmed that travel from the United States was not even part of the discussions, mainly due to the sharply increasing number of Coronavirus cases all across the US.

    The European Union has decided to drop Serbia and Montenegro from its safe list of countries from which non-essential travel is allowed, and did not even discuss including the United States given its sharp rise in coronavirus cases, EU officials said.

    While there was a possibility of removing Algeria and Morocco from the list as well, as proposed by some EU countries, the majority were against, pointing out the number of infections in these countries remains low.

    An updated list of the remaining 13 countries will be announced in the following days. The list remains a recommendation, and it depends on the EU and the Schengen Member States, to fully or partially apply it, or to reject implementing it as some countries as Hungary have done so far.

    The 13 countries that remain on the EU list are as follows: Algeria, Australia, Canada, China, Georgia, Japan, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunisia and Uruguay.

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    15.07.2020
  • European Union Council agrees to start lifting travel restrictions for residents of some third countries.

    The Council today adopted a recommendation on the gradual lifting of the temporary restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU. Travel restrictions should be lifted for countries listed in the recommendation, with this list being reviewed and, as the case may be, updated every two weeks.

    Based on the criteria and conditions set out in the recommendation, as from 1 July member states shouldΒ start lifting the travel restrictions at the external borders for residents of the following third countries:

    Algeria
    Australia
    Canada
    Georgia
    Japan
    Montenegro
    Morocco
    New Zealand
    Rwanda
    Serbia
    South Korea
    Thailand
    Tunisia
    Uruguay
    China, subject to confirmation of reciprocity

    Residents of Andorra, Monaco, San Marino and the Vatican should be considered as EU residents for the purpose of this recommendation.

    TheΒ criteriaΒ to determine the third countries for which the current travel restriction should be lifted cover in particular the epidemiological situation and containment measures, including physical distancing, as well as economic and social considerations. They are applied cumulatively.

    Regarding theΒ epidemiological situation, third countries listed should meet the following criteria, in particular:

    number of new COVID-19 cases over the last 14 days and per 100 000 inhabitants close to or below the EU average (as it stood on 15 June 2020)stable or decreasing trend of new cases over this period in comparison to the previous 14 daysoverall response to COVID-19 taking into account available information, including on aspects such as testing, surveillance, contact tracing, containment, treatment and reporting, as well as the reliability of the information and, if needed, the total average score for International Health Regulations (IHR). Information provided by EU delegations on these aspects should also be taken into account.

    Reciprocity should also be taken into account regularly and on a case-by-case basis.

    https://www.consilium.europa.eu/en/press/press-releases/2020/06/30/council-agrees-to-start-lifting-travel-restrictions-for-residents-of-some-third-countries/

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    30.06.2020
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    International restrictions:

    European Union will continue to ban travelers from Brazil, Russia, U.S when borders reopen on 1 July because of COVID-19 threat (Al Jazeera, 26.06.2020)

    European Union will reopen the borders to citizens of 14 countries starting from July 1. The list includes Australia, Canada, South Korea, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, Thailand, Uruguay, Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Georgia, Montenegro and Serbia. Travelers from China would be approved to enter, but under the condition that Beijing would do the same for Europeans.
    Some EU countries have requested a delay in the decision for further examination, meaning the decision may be revised. The list is not entirely binding, border management remains a matter of national decision. (Prague Morning, 29.06.2020)

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    29.06.2020
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    International restrictions:

    European Union will continue to ban travelers from Brazil, Russia, U.S when borders reopen on 1 July because of COVID-19 threat (Al Jazeera, 26.06.2020)

    26.06.2020
  • European Union From mid-June passengers can travel by train from Prague to Berlin, Vienna, Bratislava and Warsaw.(Radio.cz, 25.06.2020)

    Six airlines will be offering direct connections to 17 airports in nine countries and regions, including Sicily, Germany, Switzerland and Luxembourg, between July and October. The destinations and schedules include seven airports in Germany, and two each in Ireland and Switzerland. The airlines are Air Malta, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Lufthansa, Swiss and Luxair. (Times Malta, 11.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    EU External Borders to Remain Closed at Least Until the end of June: Third-country nationals will be unable to travel to the Schengen Area for nonessential purposes, at least until the end of June, the European Interior Ministers have agreed. European Union countries may bar U.S. travelers because of COVID-19 outbreak. (Reuters, 23.06.2020)

    While the European Commission (EC) recommends that member states close their external borders to all non-EU citizens until 15 June. The ban will affect all non-EU nationals except long-term residents, family members of EU nationals and diplomats, cross-border and healthcare workers, and people transporting goods. Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland UK citizens will be unaffected. The Ireland/Northern Ireland border is not affected. Internal travel within the EU remains based upon each countries’ respective restrictions.

    The European Union has imposed travel bans on a number of worldwide airlines, citing the failure to meet safety requirements amid the raging coronavirus pandemic.
    The restrictions, outlined in a lately released report, apply additionally to Armenian air carriers, together with Armenia, Armenian Airways, Armenian Helicopters, Atlantis America Airways, Atlantis European Airways, Mars Avia and Sky Ball. (Reporter.am, 02.06.2020)

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    25.06.2020
  • European Union
    Six airlines will be offering direct connections to 17 airports in nine countries and regions, including Sicily, Germany, Switzerland and Luxembourg, between July and October. The destinations and schedules include seven airports in Germany, and two each in Ireland and Switzerland. The airlines are Air Malta, Ryanair, Wizz Air, Lufthansa, Swiss and Luxair. (Times Malta, 11.06.2020)

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    International restrictions:

    EU External Borders to Remain Closed at Least Until the end of June: Third-country nationals will be unable to travel to the Schengen Area for nonessential purposes, at least until the end of June, the European Interior Ministers have agreed. European Union countries may bar U.S. travelers because of COVID-19 outbreak. (Reuters, 23.06.2020)

    While the European Commission (EC) recommends that member states close their external borders to all non-EU citizens until 15 June. The ban will affect all non-EU nationals except long-term residents, family members of EU nationals and diplomats, cross-border and healthcare workers, and people transporting goods. Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland UK citizens will be unaffected. The Ireland/Northern Ireland border is not affected. Internal travel within the EU remains based upon each countries’ respective restrictions.

    The European Union has imposed travel bans on a number of worldwide airlines, citing the failure to meet safety requirements amid the raging coronavirus pandemic.
    The restrictions, outlined in a lately released report, apply additionally to Armenian air carriers, together with Armenia, Armenian Airways, Armenian Helicopters, Atlantis America Airways, Atlantis European Airways, Mars Avia and Sky Ball. (Reporter.am, 02.06.2020)

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    23.06.2020
  • European Union The EU Commission recommends:
    ο‚· to prolong the application of the current travel restriction on non-essential travel
    to the EU until 30 June 2020. Applying the coordination mechanism set out under
    Chapter V, the intervening period should be used by the Commission and the Member
    States to prepare a list of those third countries for which travel restrictions can be
    lifted as from 1 July 2020. That list should be regularly updated in line with the
    criteria set out in this Communication. For all third countries that are not on that list
    by 30 June, the Commission recommends that Member States prolong the travel
    restriction on non-essential travel until they are put on the list of countries where
    travel restrictions could be lifted.

    ο‚· to lift the application of the travel restriction on non-essential travel from the following countries/partners as of 1 July 2020:
    o Albania;
    o Bosnia and Herzegovina;
    o Kosovo;
    o Montenegro;
    o North Macedonia;
    o Serbia.

    For those countries where no decision has been taken to end the temporary travel restriction for non-essential travel into the EU, the exemptions18 should be amended as follows:
    a) EU citizens and citizens of Schengen Associated States and third country nationals
    legally residing in the European Union, as well as their family members, should be
    exempted from the travel restriction, regardless whether or not they are
    returning home. Member States can, however, take appropriate measures such as
    requiring such persons to undergo self-isolation or similar measures upon return from
    a third country for which the temporary restriction on non-essential travel is
    maintained, provided they impose the same requirements on their own nationals;
    b) The specific categories of travellers with an essential function or need 19 should be
    extended to include also:

    ο‚· third-country nationals travelling for the purpose of study;
    ο‚· highly qualified third-country workers if their employment is necessary from an
    economic perspective and the work cannot be postponed or performed abroad.

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    11.06.2020
  • European Union

    International restrictions:

    EU External Borders to Remain Closed at Least Until the End of June: Third-country nationals will be unable to travel to the Schengen Area for nonessential purposes, at least until the end of June, the European Interior Ministers have agreed. While the European Commission (EC) recommends that member states close their external borders to all non-EU citizens until 15 June. The ban will affect all non-EU nationals except long-term residents, family members of EU nationals and diplomats, cross-border and healthcare workers, and people transporting goods. Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland UK citizens will be unaffected. The Ireland/Northern Ireland border is not affected. Internal travel within the EU remains based upon each countries’ respective restrictions.

    The European Union has imposed travel bans on a number of worldwide airlines, citing the failure to meet safety requirements amid the raging coronavirus pandemic. The restrictions, outlined in a lately released report, apply additionally to Armenian air carriers, together with Armenia, Armenian Airways, Armenian Helicopters, Atlantis America Airways, Atlantis European Airways, Mars Avia and Sky Ball. (Reporter.am, 02.06.2020)

     

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    08.06.2020
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