Tag: Travel restriction

Finland announced latest travel restrictions, effective on 28 Sept

On 24 September, the Government of Finland adopted a decision on restrictions on entry into the country, which will enter into force on 28 September. For all other non-Schengen countries restrictions on entry allow only return traffic to Finland and other EU and Schengen countries, transit traffic at Helsinki Airport and other essential traffic. In…

Norway opens borders for most European countries on 15 July 2020

The Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs announced on 10 July 2020 their borders are going to reopening to certain countries from 15 July 2020. As well as additional advice that traveling should be well thought out as Covid-19 situation is still unpredictable globally. The statement said: The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is introducing new exceptions…

Finland reopening borders for certain countries on 13 July 2020

The Finnish government agreed in a meeting on 8 July 2020 that they have finally moved on to open border to several other EU Member States as well as to the residents of 11 third-countries.The Cabinet agreed to lift entry restrictions for the residents of number of countries after monitoring that the incidence of the…

Thailand opens its air borders to certain groups of foreigners

The Civil Aviation Authority of Thailand(CAAT) published another air border restriction announcement due to Covid-19 pandemic on 29 June 2020. The majority details remain the same as the first temporary ban on international flights announced on 3 April 2020, but some foreigners are now excempted from the ban: Foreigners with a Thai spouse or Thai…

Finnish embassy in Hanoi published travel advice to travelers

The embassy of Finland in Hanoi published an official statement for travelers to consider options regarding restrictions during Coronavirus crisis on 15 June 2020. The statement said: Due to a pandemic, the situation in any country or region can change suddenly and unforeseeably. If your own journey is necessary, you must still remember that restriction…