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Air France to gradually relaunch flights to Greece on May 23

PARIS – Air France will gradually relaunch its flights to Greece on May 23, the air carrier announced on Thursday.

The month of May will only see two flights to Greece from Paris' Charles de Gaulle airport: one each on May 23 and May 30.

Observing the gradual lifting of coronavirus travelling restrictions, the flights will then increase on a weekly basis: three flights per week as of June 1, four as of June 8, seven as of June 15 and eleven as of June 22.

Additionally, the direct flight between Charles de Gaulle and Heraklion, Crete will also resume on June 27, the company added.

Air France said it will observe diligent health safety protocols, including asking passengers to wear masks and keeping social distancing whenever possible in seating arrangements. It also said it will take infra-red temperature readings of passengers before embarcation on any flight.

 

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