Austria adapts "black list"

Photo: Jan Gruber.
Photo: Jan Gruber.

Austria adapts "black list"

Photo: Jan Gruber.
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Flights from the Netherlands, France and Italy (except Lombardy) are allowed again from Sunday evening. At the same time, Sweden and Portugal are banned.

On Sunday at 22:00 p.m. there will be changes on the now well-known “black list” of the Republic of Austria. From this point onwards, incoming passenger flights from Portugal and Sweden are no longer allowed to land at domestic airports. In return, connections from France and Italy (with the exception of Lombardy) are allowed again.

Passenger flights from the following countries are no longer allowed to land in Austria from Sunday evening:

  • People's Republic of China
  • Iran
  • Lombardy (all other regions of Italy are allowed)
  • Belarus
  • Portugal
  • Sweden
  • Spain
  • United Kingdom
  • Ukraine
  • Russian Federation

The ban is initially limited to June 30, 2020. The exceptions are described in NOTAM A1462 / 20 as follows: “Flights in the interests of the Republic of Austria, cargo flights, emergency and ambulance flights, ferry flights, repartition flights, flights for the transport of seasonal workers in agriculture and forestry as well as health and care personnel. "

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Jan Gruber is Senior Editor at Aviation.Direct. Before that, he had held the same position at AviationNetOnline (formerly Austrian Aviation Net) since 2012. He specializes in low-cost carriers, regional aviation in the DA-CH region and in-depth research.
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