Passengers on International Flights to Greece Will Have to Fill in PLF Form

ATHENS — All passengers on international flights to Greece will be required to fill in a Passenger Locator Form (PLF) at least 48 hours before check-in, according to a Civil Aviation Authority NOTAM issued on Saturday.

Ahead of the lifting of restrictions on flights from abroad, the CAA alerted passengers that the new NOTAM will apply from June 27 until August 31. Detailed instructions are available at the website https://travel.gov.gr/#/.

All passengers are obliged to fill in the form at least 48 hours before they check in to a flight to Greece, providing information on the departure airport, the address where they will be staying, the duration of their stay in Greece and other information included in the form.

The PLF form is a key element in Greece's planning and aims to protect the public and prevent the spread of Covid-19.



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