aviation

Tunisair resumes flights to Algeria

June 2, 2021

(TAP) – National carrier Tunisair announced on Tuesday, the resumption of its flights to Algeria starting June 7, after a suspension of over two months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Any passenger travelling to Algeria must present a negative PCR test certificate when checking in in Tunisia, the date of which does not exceed 36 hours before the departure date, and the duly completed health form, Tunisair said in a press release.

The form is downloadable on: https://cutt.ly/ong47bI, the same source says.

The Algerian authorities had announced on March 16 the temporarily suspension of flights to and from Tunisia, in prevention against the coronavirus.

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