The Republic of Austria lifted all remaining flight bans early on Saturday evening. This is clear from the NOTAM A1568 / 20. The ban on arriving passenger flights from a total of ten countries was lifted without replacement on June 20, 2020 at 21:59 p.m.
Specifically, this means that not only aircraft coming from Spain, but also those that took off in the People's Republic of China, Iran, Lombardy, Belarus, Portugal, Sweden, Russia, the United Kingdom and the Ukraine will again have passengers may land on board in Austria. This enables the airlines to resume their connections.
To date, no NOTAM has been published that would ban the named countries or the Lombardy (Italy) region with a renewed ban. However, the lifting of the landing ban does not change anything in the entry regulations of the Republic of Austria.
The NOTAM 1568/20 in the wording:
A1568 / 20 - COVID 19: FLIGHT RESTRICTIONS
ACCORDING TO PARA 25 EPIDEMIC ACT 1950
- PEOPLE REPUBLIC CHINA
- ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF IRAN
- LOMBARDY REGION - ITALY
- PORTUGAL PILGRIMAGE
- UNITED KINGDOM
ARE PROHIBITED TO LAND AT FIR LOVV. EXEMPTED ARE: FLIGHTS IN THE IMPERATIVE INTEREST OF THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA, CARGO FLIGHTS, EMERGENCY FLIGHTS, AMBULANCE FLIGHTS, FERRY FLIGHTS, REPATRIATION FLIGHTS, FLIGHTS TO TRANSPORT SEASONAL WORKERS IN THE AGRICULTURAL OR FORESTRY AS NECTOR AND HEALTH. EXEMPTIONS TO THIS PROHIBITATION OF LANDINGS DO NOT RELEASE PAX FROM ANY ENTRY REQUIREMENTS. 19 JUN 11:29 2020 UNTIL 20 JUN 21:59 2020. CREATED: 19 JUN 11:30 2020