The Athens and Thessaloniki international airports will lift some restrictions for incoming international flights on Monday, with specific health safety banksnewscols in place on the ground.
On Monday, Athens International Airport (which continued to receive international flights from specific countries during the last three months), will lift restrictions on arrivals from Italy, Spain, and The Netherlands until June 30.
Flights from Albania and North Macedonia will be allowed only for essential travel of non-tourist nature, while the ban on flights from Great Britain and Turkey will be maintained, regardless of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) list.
The Thessaloniki International Airport, after three months of restrictions, will, as of Monday until June 30 receive all international flights, except those from Italy, Spain, The Netherlands, Great Britain, Turkey, Albania, and North Macedonia.
All other airports across the country will open to international flights on July 1.
A 1.5 meters distance among everyone at airports and at all times must be observed as must the use of face masks.
Passengers arriving from June 15-30 from airports outside of the EASA list and from Italy, Spain and The Netherlands will be sampled and travelers will be subjected to one day of self-isolation at a hotel of their choice until the test result is available; if the test is positive, they will be quarantined for 14 days.
As of July 1, all travelers arriving in Greece will have to submit a Passenger Load Factor (PLF) form with their contact details in Greece.