Russia Invasion of Ukraine and Your Travel Plan of 2022

Russia Invasion of Ukraine and Your Travel Plan of 2022

February 24, 2022 was the day when Russia started its full scale invasion of Ukraine. The world witnessed the rage of Russian president Vladimir Putin as he announced his intent to the world.

Like any other areas, the traveling sectors are also affected by this incident. As the situation unfolds , the traveling plan to Ukraine, Russia or neighboring countries like Poland, Romania, Belarus, Georgia or to some extent, in many parts of  Europe travel plans are under the dilemma.

Is Travel to Europe Safe Now ?

For those who are planning to travel to Europe, there is no reason to panic to visit the majority of countries of the continent. Except for Russia, Ukraine and Southern Belarus, the rest of Europe seems fine to travel at the moment.

Impact on Global Travel from the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

According to CNN The  European Union and the UK have closed the airspace of all countries for the Russian airlines , in response to this Russia also closed its airspace for 36 countries. This will definitely impact all those traveling through the airspace of Russia or via the airlines of Russia.

Also those planning to travel to Ukraine or via Ukraine will be affected with the ongoing situation between Russia and Ukraine.

Tourists with short term visit plans to Poland are also advised to book their accommodation in advance.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Will travel be affected by Russia invading Ukraine?

Yes in some neighboring countries of  Russia, Ukraine and also neighbors Belarus, Poland, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania and Moldova, the travel will be affected.

Is it safe to travel right now with Russia and Ukraine?

For now it is advisable to avoid traveling to the areas of Russia along its border with Ukraine.

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