The Polish authorities extended the ban on international air transport until August 11 due to the coronavirus pandemic. The relevant decision of the Parliament came into force on Wednesday, July 29. However, Ukraine, as before, is on the permitted list of Poland. However, in some countries, it is now forbidden to fly.
In particular, the new rules provide for permission for air traffic with countries that are members of the European free trade agreement (EFTA), members of the European Economic Area (EEA), Switzerland, EU countries, with the exception of Sweden, Portugal, and Luxembourg added to this list.
Montenegro has disappeared from the list of countries where it was still possible to fly. At the same time, the list of countries where you can fly still includes Georgia, Japan, Canada, Albania, South Korea, and Ukraine.
In addition, flight bans have been lifted for Algeria, Morocco, Thailand, New Zealand, Belarus, Rwanda, Tunisia, Turkey, Uruguay, and Australia.