Who can travel to Greece? COVID-19 UPDATE FOR GREECE

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From Saturday 7th November from 6 am until 30th November.

Greece is under a nationwide lockdown. Movement is only permitted for essential reasons. Supermarkets, pharmacies, and elementary schools are open. Some public offices will be open, and some specific workers may continue to work. Foreign residents may return  to their countries of residence but modes of transport both domestic and international will be much reduced.

1. All passengers arriving on international flights will have to display a negative PCR test conducted not more than 72 hours prior to entry. 2.  All arriving passengers on international flights are required to fill in the on line PLF minimum 24 hours prior to the flight date. The               resulting QR code will have to be displayed upon arrival.

3. Citizens/permanent residents of Greece departing on international flights, will also be required to fill in the on line PLF minimum 24 hours prior to the flight     date. The resulting QR code will have to be displayed upon departure.

4.  PLF is filled in on line (HTTPS://TRAVEL.GOV.GR/)

5. Only essential well documented domestic travel will be permitted (serious health issues, essential business etc). Tech stops, ferry flights,   flights with transit pax are exempt.

 

Non-Eu citizens are prohibited to enter Greece. Exceptions (amongst others):

1) Citizens/permanent residents from Australia, Japan, New Zealand, Rwanda, S.Korea, Thailand, Uruguay, UAE, Singapore.
2) EU and Schengen member state nationals
3) 3rd country nationals holding EU – Schengen member state residence permits
4) Type D EU Schengen VISA
5) Off duty air crew positioning on commercial. Valid crew ID required 6) Transit pax

All flights originating from the Spanish territory of Catalonia, are suspended.
All flights originating from the territory of Turkey, are suspended. Exceptions (amongst other):  Technical stops (with transit pax) and  Ferry flights

Pax who are permanent residents and arriving from Russia require negative PCR test not older than 72 hours.
A max of 500 pax per week are permitted. Entry to Greece will only be permitted via LGAV, LGTS, LGIR

Pax who are permanent residents and arriving from Israel require negative PCR test not older than 72 hours.
A max of 10000 pax per week are permitted.

USEFUL LINKS

IATA – The official IATA site with the latest information on who is allowed into Greece, and which direct flights are still banned from flying to Greece    https://www.iatatravelcentre.com/international-travel-document-news/1580226297.htm

aviation directives (NOTAMs) of the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA):

Passenger Locator Form (PLF) by all passengers of international flights to Greece can be found  here.

EASA – Compulsory testing and quarantine will be limited  to travelers, irrespective of nationality, arriving from airports of affected areas with high risk of transmission of the Covid-19 infection, as assessed by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA). The list is constantly updated and travelers should check before traveling (https://www.easa.europa.eu/SD-2020-01/Airports#group-easa-downloads).

 

We are carefully monitoring developments so for up to date information on COVID 19 related news, keep checking this page!

Comments

  1. Your Villas look amazing, my husband and I love the Greek Islands and would love to see the Villas your company have to offer!

    Kind Regards
    Julie

    Julie moon · May 23, 2020 · 7:13 pm · Reply

    • Thank you Julie! One of the team will email you to discuss your plans, or you can contact us on enquiries@fivestargreece.com

      ileanavonhirsch · May 25, 2020 · 10:23 am ·

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