Poland to extend Balkan flight ban


The Polish government wants to extend its ban on international flights until August 25, 2020 for 45 countries, the government wrote in a draft decree on the extension. Markets on the list include Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia, among others. LOT Polish Airlines, which serves Skopje, Podgorica and Belgrade, now plans to resume operations to the Macedonian and Serbian capitals in September, while flights to Podgorica have been terminated until the start of the 2020/2021 winter season, in late October. The decision also affects Wizz Air's and Ryanair's operations from Poland to Podgorica.


  1. Nemjee10:39

    And then yesterday Cyprus introduced PCR tests for all arriving from Poland because half of the infected in one day came from a flight from Poland. All this is becoming so messy.

    1. Anonymous11:26

      They just started new wave. Governments need to pretend they doing something. There are no real protection against viruses infection. No one should cheat you with useless masks. They do not protect you neither others.

    2. Anonymous11:29

      totally messy- the Balkans also needs a flight ban from Poland with their 800 cases per day.

    3. Anonymous12:36

      but we will not (just like during the first wave) to show solidarity... but we have seen their solidarity ....

    4. Anonymous17:11

      It is not solidarity, it is beggars not being choosers and willingness to take a few Euros along with Covid-19 infection.

    5. Anonymous17:50

      Anon 11:26
      Because of antimaskers like you we have all these problems !
      You are not only spreading virus but also your bullshit ..

  2. Anonymous17:45

    Haha, as if Croatia would be on another planet !
    But now serious :
    Croatia and Montenegro are wonderful places for holidays .
    If people would wear masks and hold distance we would not need these stupid bans .
    But people, and espially people from Balkans, have no discipline at all and thus mess comes automatically .


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