As of today, flights will be resumed from Konstantin Veliki Airport in Niš, which closed on March 18 due to the pandemic.
After two months, a Wizzair plane from Dortmund will land at the airport at 11.25 a.m., and leave for the same destination at 11.55 a.m., according to the airport’s website.
The airport notes that all passengers must behave and have all the necessary documents in accordance with the rules imposed by the countries to which they are travelling.
As of today, according to the decision of the Serbian government, all arriving passengers will be able to enter the territory of Serbia without having to provide a negative COVID test and compulsory self-isolation.
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Based on the recommendations of the Ministry of Health and the Public Health Institute, airports in Serbia have undertaken all necessary protective measures so that passengers and airport employees remain safe during their travels and work.
Passengers are urged to behave responsibly during their stay at the airport, i.e. not to stay at the airport without a face mask and to follow the instructions in the terminal building which they will receive from the airport staff.
Flights from Niš and Kraljevo airports are expected to gradually normalize in June, while airlines will resume flights in accordance with their own assessments and decisions.
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