ATPI Alerts Travel Restrictions per Country due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
ATPI Alerts Travel Opportunities and Travel Restrictions per Country during Coronavirus (COVID-19) - 25 May 2020
Countries all over the world are implementing travel bans and restrictions in an effort to limit the spread of the COVID pandemic outbreak.
Here you can find the travel restrictions, flight operations and screening per country (source International SOS).
Airlines Policies Reference Sheet
This is a summary view of policies that has been captured on airline websites on a periodic basis. The summary text does not represent the complete terms and conditions and is provided for informational purposes only and without guarantee of accuracy. Please click on the links in this document to see the most up to date and detailed airline policy changes. This information is also likely to change depending on rapidly-evolving circumstances.
Most recent bans
Below you may find the most recent bans in short. Note that unexpected travel cancellations are taking place and airlines status may change at any given time without prior notice. The enlisted information are based on the officially announced governmental travel restrictions and quarantine measures.
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Areas & airports opening or softening restrictions
- Kazakhstan, Turkey: Update: Flights between countries may resume in late June amid COVID-19 pandemic
- Europe: Update: Cyprus will reopen its airports for flights from 19 countries from 9 June; hotels to reopen on 1 June
- Spain: Update: Government will reopen to international tourism from July
- Turkey: Update: Government to resume some train services as it gradually eases partial COVID-19 lockdown
- Hungary, Serbia: Update: Border between countries reopens for local citizens after COVID-19 prompts closure
ASIAN /AUSTRALIAN COUNTRIES:
- India: Hyderabad's Rajiv Gandhi International Airport will resume flight operations from 25 May after suspension because of COVID-19
- India: Update: Domestic flights to resume 25 May
- Iran: Update: Government announces further relaxation of COVID-19 lockdown measures
- Ecuador: Update: Some 30 percent of passenger flights to resume on 1 June amid COVID-19 pandemic
- India: Update: SpiceJet to resume operations from 25 May after COVID-19 prompts suspension
- Europe: Update: Luxair to resume regular passenger flights between Luxembourg and Stockholm, Lisbon, Porto, Hamburg and Munich on 29 May after COVID-19 prompts suspension
- U.K.: Update: Jet2 to resume flights from 1 July after COVID-19 forces suspension
- Europe: Belavia Belarusian Airlines will operate flights between Armenia, Belarus and Spain starting 2 June amid COVID-19 outbreak
- India: Update: GoAir expected to resume domestic flights from 1 June because of 'operational and regulatory issues' after COVID-19 travel restrictions eased
- Europe: Update: Montenegro Airlines expected to resume some commercial flights from early June following COVID-19 suspension
- Germany: Update: Lufthansa will resume flights to 20 destinations from mid-June after COVID-19 suspension
- Caribbean: Air Antilles, Air Caraïbes resume regional flights amid COVID-19 pandemic
Areas & airports imposing further restrictions
- U.K.: Update: Government to introduce 14-day quarantine for almost all international travelers from 8 June because of COVID-19
- Peru: Update: Nationwide COVID-19 lockdown extended until 30 June
- Greece: Update: Government extends suspension of flights to several countries because of COVID-19 (including the Netherlands)
- Barbados: Seawell's Grantley Adams Airport to remain closed to commercial traffic until 30 June because of COVID-19 outbreak
- Argentina: Update: COVID-19 lockdown in Buenos Aires extended to 7 June
- Europe: Update: Wizz Air suspends all flights in its Polish network until 6 June after government extends COVID-19 travel restrictions
- This information is up to date at the time of publication and is subject to change without prior notice. The above (as uploaded in ATPI Alerts) are the most recent and urgent travel news. However, we suggest that you also follow the below links including updated news for any country of your interest.
- Last update in PDF: 25 May 2020
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More updated news:
International SOS: https://pandemic.internationalsos.com/2019-ncov/ncov-travel-restrictions-flight-operations-and-screening
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