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Poland to ban flights with Spain and Belgium

Christian Fernsby |
Poland’s government is planning to extend its international flight ban to 63 countries.

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Topics: POLAND    SPAIN    BELGIUM   

Among those to be added to the no-go list are European countries such as Spain, Belgium, Romania and Malta. However, Russia, China, Singapore and Serbia are to be removed, meaning flights to those destinations will be able to resume.

The list is currently a draft proposal, and the final version will not be officially issued until 25 August, the day that it goes into effect.

The full list of countries in the proposed flight ban, to go into effect on 25 August and remain in place until 8 September:

Aruba
Belize
Venezuela
Bosnia and Herzegovina
Montenegro
Brazil
Gibraltar
Andorra
Monaco
Saudi Arabia
Bahrain
Belgium
Eswatini
Spain
Mexico
Israel
Qatar
Kuwait
Libyan
French Polynesia
Albania
Argentina
Armenia
Chile
The Dominican Republic
Ecuador
The Philippines
Gambia
Guatemala
Honduras
India
Iraq
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Colombia
Kosovo
Costa Rica
Lebanon
North Macedonia
Maldives
Malta
Moldova
Namibia
Panama
Paraguay
Peru
South Africa
El Salvador
San Marino
Suriname
Cape Verde
Romania
Sint Maarten
United States of America Oman
Guam
Turks and Caicos Islands
Luxembourg Bolivia The Bahamas
Puerto Rico
US Virgin Islands
Faroe Islands.


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