On November 24th local time, the Polish government announced that the ban on international passenger flights would be extended from November 25 to December 8, and the number of countries on the ban will be reduced from 10 to 9, including the United States.
Under the new regulations, international passenger flights from Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Georgia, Jordan, Armenia, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Serbia and the United States (except Illinois and New York State) are prohibited from landing at airports in Poland.
The ban does not apply to: international passenger flights operated at the direction of the Prime Minister of Poland or with the consent of the Polish Civil Aviation Authority; charter flights by tourism agencies before the ban takes effect; the implementation of COVID-19 testing
Allowing only passengers with negative testing for the virus to board the plane and informing Poland in advance of flights; the Polish army and foreign military based on the basis of the presence of the Stay and transfer relevant laws to carry out relevant flights in Bosnia and territory.
The new version of the flight ban will take effect on November 25 and will be valid until December 8. The current ban on flights, which is in effect, took effect on 11 November and expires on November 24.
The ban list includes 10 countries in Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Georgia, Jordan, Argentina, Armenia, Costa Rica, Lebanon, North Macedonia and the United States (except Illinois and New York).