The Austrian authorities are preparing a new regulation, according to which the previous decree on the ban of commercial flights from high-risk SARS-COV-2 areas should be amended, whereby the air traffic on the Serbia-Austria route should resume, Novosti reports.
The daily writes that the decree should be announced in Austria's official gazette no later than July 31.
However, while planes from Serbia will be allowed to land at airports in Austria, it doesn't mean that citizens of Serbia will be able to travel to Vienna without restrictions.
The ban of entry of Serbian citizens remains in effect, excepting those with residence in Austria and those who are allowed to enter the country on some other premise.
The previous decree expires on July 31.
For Serbia, a ban on flights to three countries in Europe is in effect, namely, Italy, Romania and Austria.