The Netherlands has resumed flights with countries that suffer the most from coronavirus

From April 17, the Netherlands lifted the ban on flights with Austria, Spain, and Italy. However, foreigners who want to enter the country are required to report their health status.

The easing of quarantine restrictions in the Netherlands is reported by Easa.europa.eu.

On April 17, the Netherlands lifted the ban on flights with Austria, Spain, and Italy, the message says.

True, passengers (including transit) who fly to the Netherlands from countries with an increased risk of coronavirus infection must provide a document on their state of health.

Airlines, before checking in for a flight, will provide passengers with a special form that must be filled out.

The passenger must truthfully answer the question. Subsequently, the form should be presented before boarding and stored throughout the flight. If the answer is “yes” to one of the questions on the form, the airline will not allow the passenger to board.

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