Flights from Skopje to Albania, Greece and Turkey with a negative PCR test starting April 5


The Greek Civil Aviation Agency announced that it will lift restrictions on flights between Greece and Macedonia, Albania and Turkey from April 5. Flights from Macedonia starting April 5 will be allowed to all Greek airports, and not only to Athens airport as it was so far.

Greece extends domestic air travel restrictions until 6 a.m. on March 29, with the exception of urgent needs such as travel for health, business, return or permanent family reasons.

All passengers on international flights entering Greece are required to present a COVID-19 test performed in the last 72 hours prior to their arrival. Passengers arriving from the UAE and the UK are subject to a mandatory quick test upon arrival. Travelers from the UK should take a new PCR test on the seventh day of their quarantine after which they will only be able to leave if it come out negative.


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