How to travel to France on January 20
Travel restrictions remain in place for most of the country and travel to the country from the United Kingdom and the United States is still possible, according to the travel advisory from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
The advisory said travel restrictions remain for a number of cities and that flights from New York, Boston, Los Angeles and Washington, D.C. are still possible.
However, flights from these cities to and from Paris will only be allowed from January 20 to February 7.
In the UK, flights to and the surrounding areas are still allowed on January 23, but there is a ban on all flights from London to the United Arab Emirates.
In Canada, flights are allowed from April 14 to May 8 and flights from May 19 to July 13 are allowed.
In Italy, flights between Rome and Milan are allowed on February 1, and flights between Naples and Turin are allowed between March 8 and May 11.
In France, flights were allowed between January 20 and February 7, and travel between France and Belgium was allowed from February 7 to May 18.
In Spain, flights in and out of Barcelona were allowed from March 8 to May 14, and between Barcelona and Almeria were allowed on March 16 to May 21.
In Portugal, flights at the airport in Lisbon were allowed, and from Lisbon to the Spanish island of Madeira were allowed March 20.
The ICAO advisory comes just one day after a British tourist was killed in Nice, France, and five other people were wounded in the attack.
A statement from Nice Mayor Anne Hidalgo said the attack has been “devastating to all who know our city, which has been the centre of our life for decades and is full of the love of life.
We are in a state of shock, we are in mourning and our hearts go out to the victims and their families.
We will continue to do everything to protect the innocent and the people who love this city.”
In addition to France, Belgium, Spain and Italy, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has declared the situation in the wake of the attack to be critical.