Special “,” Green “and” yellow “, depending on epidemiological data.
On Friday, the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), the EU’s official body, released a “blacklist” of airports located in 34 countries with high levels of coronavirus transmission.
The list, which will be updated frequently and will be a guide to flights and tourism, is based on scientific data from the WHO and other health institutes.
The “black list” includes:
The EASA Flight Report has a separate section for non-EU countries. The “black list” for third countries includes:
United Arab Emirates
The 19 “green” countries that will send visitors to Greece:
Specifically for Greece, it is estimated that about 20 countries will receive a “ticket” to send tourists, by air or by road.
According to information, the first countries to send visitors to Greece are: Cyprus, Israel, China, Japan, Australia, Norway, Denmark, Austria, Bulgaria, Serbia, Romania, Albania, Northern Macedonia, Northern Macedonia, Croatia, Poland, Hungary, Slovakia and the Czech Republic.
We remind you that the European Aviation Safety Agency has published a comprehensive flight guide, which, among other things, clarifies who will be banned from traveling and lists all the strict rules for airports and aircraft.