Slovenia extends commercial flight ban


Slovenia has extended a ban on commercial flights to and from the European Union by a further two weeks, until May 12, in an effort to stem the spread of the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic. The country initially suspended all commercial air services from the EU until March 30 and later extended the measure until April 13 and again until April 27. Under EU regulation, such decisions must be reviewed every two weeks. Commercial flights from outside the block are banned until further notice. The ban does not apply for aircraft transporting cargo or mail, those conducting special transport without passengers, ferry flights, or foreign aircraft or helicopters on humanitarian or health missions.


  1. Anonymous10:58

    here you have one possible destination less for the news from todays main article

  2. Anonymous13:07

    Actually, this is good news for the hard-working workers who are currently constructing the beautiful Scandinavian style airport. They will have less noise and pollution and can work more efficiently.

  3. Anonymous23:12

    Hopefully they will get paid for the work


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