After Austria lifted the landing bans for arriving passenger flights from a total of ten countries at the weekend, a new ban was issued on Monday at 6:16 a.m. This emerges from the NOTAM A1577 / 20.
Accordingly, machines with passengers on board who have taken off in the People's Republic of China, Iran, Lombardy, Belarus, Portugal, Sweden, Russia and the United Kingdom are again not allowed to land in Austria. There are some exceptions, for example, pure freight connections are permitted. Nursing staff and harvest workers, for example, may also be flown in.
All passenger connections between Spain and Austria remain permitted. The quarantine regulations between these two countries have also been lifted since June 21, 2020.
The NOTAM in the wording:
A1577 / 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 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 SECTOR AS WELL AS NURSING
AND HEALTH PERSONNEL.
EXEMPTIONS TO THIS PROHIBITATION OF LANDINGS DO NOT RELEASE PAX FROM
ANY ENTRY REQUIREMENTS. 22 JUN 06:16 2020 UNTIL 30 JUN 21:59 2020. CREATED:
22 JUN 06:17 2020