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Hungary government bans passenger planes from UK until February 8

Christian Fernsby |
Hungary’s government banned air passenger planes from Britain from landing in Hungary until Feb. 8 to limit the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, the government said in a decree published late on Monday in its official gazette

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Topics: HUNGARY   

The decree, signed by Prime Minister Viktor Orban, extends to regular and charter flights but does not include emergency landings, which are permitted.


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