Suceava - Brussels Zaventem (BRU) with TUI fly, from April 16
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Soon, a new airline and a new country on the map of destinations operated from the “Ştefan cel Mare” International Airport in Suceava. TUI fly, a member of the TUI Group - the largest tour operator in the world based in Hanover (Germany), will start operating frequent flights on the route Brussels-Zaventem (BRU) - Suceava (SCV).
According to the announcement made by the airport in Suceava, the flights will be operated starting with April 16, with a frequency of 2 weekly rotations. Tickets can be purchased from the company's website at www.tuifly.be.
Obviously, the start date and the frequency of flights may also change depending on the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. At present, Belgium is still on Romania's yellow list, there are restrictions on entry into Romania for all those who choose to travel from Belgium.
At the same time, Belgium prohibits non-essential travel (for tourist or recreational purposes). Currently, those traveling from Romania to Belgium need the negative result of a PCR type molecular test COVID-19, complete a form no later than 48 hours before entering Belgium and self-isolate for 10 days. Quarantine may end earlier if the person performs a PCR-type molecular test on the 7th day and the result is negative. Upon entering Belgium, passengers will receive an SMS message informing them of quarantine and testing (the message will contain the code required to register for a test center).