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Luxembourg Luxembourg Airport will resume some flights within Schengen Area starting 29 May (OSAC, 28.05.2020) *****International Restrictions: Travel from an EU country or from Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein, is allowed without limit. Tranist is also allowed. If a third-country national coming from outside the EU and Norway, Switzerland, Iceland and Liechtenstein is already a legal resident in the mentioned countries, entry is permited with limitati... More information

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Malta Malta International Airport reopens and it is welcoming travellers from 18 European nations - including the Czech Republic, Latvia, Estonia, Ireland, Finland, Slovakia, Iceland, Norway, Denmark, Hungary, Cyprus, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Lithuania, Israel, Luxembourg and those from the Italian islands of Sardinia and Sicily - on 1 July with ‘everyone else’ able to visit two weeks later, from 15 July. (Evening Standard, 20.06.2020) *****International... More information

01.07.2020
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Mongolia Government extends its heightened state of readiness until 15 July (Xinhua, 30.06.2020) *****International restrictions: The Mongolian authorities have introduced new measures in relation to coronavirus. It is currently not possible for foreign nationals to enter or exit Mongolia due to restrictions imposed by the Mongolian Government, including the suspension of all international flights and rail until at least 30 June, the closure to foreign nationals o... More information

01.07.2020
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Pakistan UAE aviation authority will temporarily suspends flights from Pakistan as of 3 July. (The News, 01.07.2020) *****International restrictions: Inbound international flights will be allowed by special permission of the Government of Pakistan on a case by case basis. From 30 May, national and foreign airlines will be able to operate outbound commercial international flights from all international airports in Pakistan apart from Gwadar and Turbat. From 16 M... More information

01.07.2020
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Philippines *****Interntional Restrictions: On March 19, 2020, the DFA announced the temporary suspension of visa issuance effective immediately. The temporary suspension will deem all previously issued visas canceled, and foreigners with visas issued by Philippine Foreign Service Posts (primarily 9a Temporary Visitor/Tourist visas) will not be allowed entry into the country starting March 22, 2020. Visas previously issued to foreign spouses and children of Filipino... More information

01.07.2020
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Poland Border between countries Poland and Czechia to be fully reopened on 30 June (The First News, 30.06.2020) *****International restrictions: European Union citizens are eligible to enter Poland without any obstacles. Services present at the border will carry out random checks. No mandatory quarantine is imposed on EU citizens entering the territory of the Republic of Poland. External borders remain closed. The reopening of external borders will depend on the... More information

01.07.2020
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Portugal The border with Spain reopened on 1 July. (Reuters, 01.07.2020) *****International Resrictions Entry to Portugal is only allowed for: nationals of EU28, Schengen Area countries (Liechsteinsten, Norway, Switzerland and Iceland). Suspension of visa processing for the remaining countries. Transit through the country is allowed if flying but it is forbidden to exit from the airport. For third country nationals, non-essential travel is restricted in Portugal... More information

01.07.2020
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Romania *****International restrictions: Travel for the EU is allowed without restriction, although isolation or home quarantine is advised if travellers are coming from countries with high incidence, in concordance with dynamics of pandemic, also by list on [www.cnscbt.ro]. Transit travel is allowed for international passenger trains which operate only between Romania and Bulgaria. Traveling to RS, HU, UA, RoM is not possible by train. Trains to and from Hungary... More information

01.07.2020
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Senegal Government of Senegal Ends State of Emergency, Announces Resumption of International Commercial Flights (OSAC, 01.07.2020) *****International Restrictions: The Government of Senegal has closed land borders and airspace has been closed to commercial airlines except for flights with ‘special authorisation’. International commercial flights will resume 15 July. Land and sea borders remain closed until further notice. Senegal’s borders with neighbouring cou... More information

01.07.2020
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Serbia Serbian government bans inbound flights by Montenegro Airlines following Montenegrin government's refusal to reopen borders to Serbia (exYUAviation, 27.05.2020) *****International restrictions: There are commercial flight options to and from Serbia though schedules are subject to change at short notice. Border crossings are open, subject to entry requirements in neighbouring countries. It is no longer necessary to have a negative PCR test or special perm... More information

01.07.2020
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Slovakia Slovakian government to allow travel to Poland from 20 June (Reuters, 19.06.2020). Kosice International Airport in Slovakia is partly restarting its operation with flights being resumed by Kosice-Prague route operated by Czech Airlines (CSA). The first flight is scheduled for 15 June. The next airline to resume its flights from Kosice is Austrian Airlines, operating the Vienna-Kosice line. The first flights are scheduled for 22 June. (Reuters, 10.06.2020)... More information

01.07.2020
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Slovenia Government imposes 14-day quarantine for most people arriving from Serbia, Bosnia, Kosovo (Reuters, 18.06.2020) *****International Restrictions Travellers from countries that are considered epidemiologically safe (green list), can enter Slovenia without restrictions. Permanent or temporary residents from countries that are not on the list of epidemiologically safe countries, require a 14 day quarantine. The list of epidemiologically safe countries and it... More information

01.07.2020
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Spain The Spanish government is planning to reopen its borders with Morocco on Wednesday 1 July. (Morocco World News, 29.06.2020). International high-speed train service between Spain and France will resume with two daily frequencies in both directions from 1 July. (Travel Daily News, 25.06.2020). *****International restrictions: Internal border controls have been lifted on 21/6 for EU Member States and Schengen Associated States. There are no travel restrict... More information

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Sweden Government will ease restrictions on domestic travel from 13 June (Reuters, 04.06.2020) *****International restrictions: Entry from the EU is permitted without restriction. Transit is permitted without restricrion. As from 1 July, EU Member States should start lifting the restrictions on non-essential travel into the EU for residents of the following third countries: Algeria, Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, Montenegro, Morocco, New Zealand, Rwanda, Ser... More information

01.07.2020
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Switzerland The Swiss government will impose a quarantine requirement for individuals returning to the country from regions at high risk for the coronavirus. The Federal Office of Public Health will maintain and update a list of high-risk countries from which travelers returning to Switzerland will be subject to self-isolation. (Reuters, 01.07.2020) *****International restrictions: Switzerland does not apply any restrictions to travelers departing from Switzerland. I... More information

01.07.2020
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East Timor *****International restrictions: The government of Timor-Leste’s “State of Emergency,” expired on 26 June. Borders remain closed to non-Timorese citizens with exceptions only for permanent residents of Timor-Leste, those born in Timor-Leste, and those responsible for transporting and releasing goods (with restrictions to remain in the “international zone” of airports, seaports, and land borders), those who are legal representatives of Timorese minors, an... More information

01.07.2020
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Tonga *****International restrictions: A State of Emergency was declared on 20 March by the Government of the Kingdom of Tonga, this has been extended until 8pm on Wednesday 8 July 2020. Tongan borders are closed to entry by all foreigners. Tonga's government has delayed plans to reopen its border to New Zealand. All international cruise ships and yachts scheduled to arrive after 19 March shall not be granted entry into Tonga until further notice. Some countries... More information

01.07.2020
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United Kingdom London Southend Airport reopens to passengers as of 1 July. (Breaking Travel News, 01.07.2020) London City Airport resumed domestic operations as of 21 June. Initially flights will be restricted to those within the UK and Ireland. Additional flights to countries elsewhere in Europe are likely to recommence in the coming weeks. *****International restrictions: From June 8, 2020, individuals arriving in the UK must self-isolate for 14 days and may be... More information

01.07.2020
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USA Domestic flights are resuming from July/August from at Memphis International Airport. (Daily Memphian, 01.07.2020) Travelers arriving from the Schengen Area, the UK, Iran, or China, or have transited through these locations in the past 14 days, are not permitted to enter the US as of Thursday, June 18. Nationals, permanent residents, or their spouses, are exempt from this ban. Those exempt must arrive in the US through one of 15 approved airports, which a... More information

01.07.2020
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Peru Domestic travel expected to resume no later than 15 July (Explica, 30.06.2020). Government to lift some COVID-19 lockdown measures in July in most areas of country; borders still closed (Reuters, 27.06.2020). Government extends state of health emergency thru Sept 7 (andina, 04.06.2020) *****Interntional Restrictions: On March 16, the Government of Peru closed its borders, restricted all international and domestic travel. *****Internal Restrictions: On 1... More information

01.07.2020
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