The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority on Monday announced the extension of current flight restrictions between Greece and several countries, as part of its ongoing campaign to safeguard public health against the coronavirus.
This means that the following set of restrictions will be extended to midnight September 15:
– There will be no flights to and from Greece and Turkey or to and from Greece and Catalonia, Spain airports.
– All flights to-and-from Greece and Albania and North Macedonia will continue to land only at Athens International Airport.
– All passengers flying to Greece on connecting flights via Bulgaria, Romania, The United Arab Emirates, Malta, Sweden, Belgium, Spain, Albania and North Macedonia will only be allowed entry upon presenting valid proof of a Covid-19 negative test taken up to 72 hours prior to flying.
– No entry of non-EU citizens excepting those from Australia, Canada, Georgia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, South Korea, Thailand, Tunis, Uruguay, and the U.A.E.
– Passengers flying via Israel will only be allowed to enter Greece with a Covid-19 negative test.