No More PLF for Travel to Greece from Today

ATHENS – Visitors to Greece from abroad will no longer have to submit a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) as of Tuesday, said Civil Aviation Authority.

This COVID-related notam facilitates the entry of passengers from abroad if they have a vaccination certificate, it was added.

All other entry rules to Greece are still in force.

The PLF was introduced in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic as a mandatory requirement for travel and admission into Greece.


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