Guidelines for travelling from Israel to Greece
According to the new regulation valid from 19.10.2020 , 10.000 permanent residents of Israel per week (all nationalities) can fly to Greece.
All passengers must have a PCR test performed maximum 72 hours prior to their arrival and the results should be in English (including the full name and passport number).
Minors up to 10 years old are exempt from PCR test.
All passengers must also fill the PLF ( https://travel.gov.gr/#/ ) the soonest possible and the latest 48 hours prior to their departure.Upon arrival in Greece all passengers must present proof of their temporary residence in Greece.
Note that you will be among the 10.000 travelers permitted to fly to Greece only if you successfully complete the PLF.In case of receiving a negative response from the PLF system ,you will have to re-schedule your trip to Greece.
A Covid-19 test will be randomly performed upon arrival in Greece.Passengers tested for Covid-19 must stay in isolation for maximum 48 hours, waiting for the results, in their temporary residence in Greece.
Only travelers with connecting flights to other Greek destinations will be tested to their final destination and will be obliged to isolate there.
International to international transfer passengers,upon arrival to Greece, will not go through COVID-19 test, nor they need to fill in the PLF and will proceed directly to Security Control and on to their departing gate.
Note that no other restrictions are applied for travelling within Greek territory.
Reminder: Travelers who need a visa for the Schengen Area must acquire a visa prior to their departure.