Greece Extends COVID-19 Restrictions for Flights to Islands

ATHENS — The Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced an extension of an air directive concerning domestic flights to and from island destinations. The extension will be valid until Monday, August 30, 2021 at 06:00 in the morning.

Passengers from the mainland to islands will only travel with the presentation of a vaccination certificate, or a negative test (PCR 72 hours / RAPID 48 hours), or a certificate of illness.

For the return from the islands, the boarding of the travelers will be done with a vaccination certificate or a certificate of illness or a negative test (PCR 72 hours / RAPID 48 hours / self test 24 hours).

Passengers at the age group 12-17 years can travel to and from the islands with a 24-hour self test. The measures are aimed at limiting the spread of COVID-19.


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