Tourism after Coronavirus: Israel’s Flights Are Flying to Europe Again

After Cyprus and Greece announced that Israelis could enter their country without being confined, tourism activities continued to take place with other countries.

The British TV show “This Morning” announced on Monday that the concerned countries are Montenegro, Austria and Germany.

Israeli representatives from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Tourism and the Airports Authority will hold a first meeting today with representatives of Montenegro so that Israelis arriving in the country will not be required to stay in isolation for two weeks.

The Ministry of Health is visiting Ben Gurion Airport this morning – including the Deputy Director General, Professor Itamar Grotto, and the Head of Public Health Services, Professor Sigal Sadecki, the NSC and other military representatives to discuss the airport’s preparations for the possibility of opening the skies.

At the same time, the head of the Economics Department of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Ilan Plus is due to hold the first meeting with representatives of the Austrian government on the possibility of renewing aviation and tourism relations between the countries. Discussions with the German delegates are expected to begin in the coming days.

On Friday, Cyprus announced that from June 9 the Israelis will be able to enter the country without being isolated. However, on 19 June to fly to Cyprus should show a negative corona test result at least 72 hours before take-off. From 20 June, this test will be canceled. However, for the time being, there is still a two-week isolation requirement for those coming from Cyprus to Israel.

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