Poland reverses Croatia flight ban decision

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Poland has reversed its decision to ban flights to and from Croatia as of tomorrow. As a result, LOT Polish Airlines and Wizz Air will be able to continue operating to the country. Poland will lift its ban on flights to Serbia as of tomorrow as well. These decisions will be reviewed on September 15. Bosnia and Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro and Kosovo remain on the list of 44 countries to which commercial flights are banned to and from Polish airports.

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  1. Anonymous10:47

    these Visegrad states .. I just cant

    as of yesterday: Hungary practically closed all its borders

    chaos on a daily basis

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    1. Anonymous11:57

      Yep, Hungary closed its borders except for Visegrad states citizens...

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    2. Anonymous13:07

      nope, the borders are opened only for visegrad states citizens who have made travel arrangements before 1.09

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  2. Anonymous11:59

    They said now on one croatian TV that the possibility of flight ban is still here, after reviewing their rules in the middle of Sep :/

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    1. Anonymous12:05

      Well yes it's always a possiblity. It says in the article

      "These decisions will be reviewed on September 15."

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  3. Anonymous12:23

    I fully support this, the ban never made sense. We need to tear down the barriers, not build them.

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  4. Anonymous13:37

    Where is the picture of maluch/peglica?

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