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Poland resumes flights to 8 non-EU countries

Xinhua | Updated: 2020-07-01 09:37
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Passangers wearing face masks walk the terminal of Warsaw Chopin Airport following an outbreak of coronavirus disease in Warsaw, Poland, March 13, 2020. [Photo/Agencies] 

WARSAW - The Polish government has published a list on Tuesday evening of 8 non-EU countries with which international passenger flights to and from Poland will be resumed.

Starting July 1, airlines can resume their connections with Japan, South Korea, Ukraine, the United Kingdom, Montenegro, Georgia, Canada and Albania.

Poland suspended all regular air passenger services in mid-March due to the coronavirus pandemic, but has gradually opened its airspace again for air travel.

Domestic flights have resumed, while connections to most EU and European Economic Area countries were resumed on June 17 with the exception of the United Kingdom, Sweden and Portugal.

The Polish national air carrier LOT also announced that it will resume flights to 20 additional European cities from Warsaw on Wednesday. On Friday, LOT will add 36 connections between Polish airports and popular holiday destinations.

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