Greece said Friday it would revive its air terminals in Athens and Thessaloniki to appearances from 29 nations from June 15, the beginning of the vacationer season.
Guests would be permitted to fly into Greece from 16 EU nations, including Germany, Austria, Denmark, Finland, the Czech Republic, Baltic nations, Cyprus, and Malta, the travel industry service said in an announcement.
However, nations hardest hit by the coronavirus pandemic -, for example, France, Spain, Britain, and Italy - were not on the rundown.
Outside the European Union, holidaymakers from Switzerland, Norway, and neighboring Balkan nations, for example, Albania, Serbia, and North Macedonia will be permitted to land at Greece's principle air terminals from June 15.
The rundown additionally incorporates Australia, Japan, Israel, Lebanon, China, New Zealand, and South Korea.
The service said that further nations could be included before July 1 when the nation's local air terminals additionally revive.
"The rundown... has been drawn up based on the epidemiological profile of every nation," considering the suggestions of the European Aviation Safety Agency and a report by Greece's bonus for irresistible sicknesses, the announcement said.
Greece started the continuous facilitating of lockdown limitations on May 4 and will begin reviving its lodgings one month from now.
It has been less seriously influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic that numerous EU nations, with 175 passings and 2,906 contaminations authoritatively enrolled up until this point.