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No More PLF for Travel to Greece from March 15

From tomorrow, March 15, travelers from abroad to Greece will no longer be required to fill in the Passenger Locator Form (PLF) before their trip.

The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA) on Monday issued a reminder and stated: “All passengers arriving in our country from any destination abroad do not need to fill in the online PLF form before arrival in Greece”.

All other entry rules to Greece are still in force.

The PLF was introduced in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic as a mandatory requirement for travel and admission into Greece.

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  1. MARIA Reply

    I accidentally filled out the form and don’t leave for 2 weeks.. does that matter at all?

  2. Fernando Reply

    What’s the point though? They allow people who are unvaccinated to enter the country with a negative test but they cannot enjoy Greece truly because of the mandatory vaccine requirement once you are actually in the country. You may as well require it to enter via plane if that’s what you encounter once in the country.

  3. Đoka Reply

    You will have to lift more of your bans of you want guests.

  4. Patricia Billimore Reply

    Can I enter with a printed NHS Vaccination Certificate without taking a pre departure PCR test?

    • Stamo Reply

      Yes you can.. you shoukd download from the NHS application with option for travel.

  5. robert davies Reply

    Was so looking forward to my flight with aegean from manchester to samos 1st may,but aegean have cancelled the flight and did not even inform me!! great for tourism !!

    • Amanda Wright Reply

      There is some sort of strike that takes place every May 1st in Greece. All transportation places. Taxis included

      • Con lio Reply

        It’s not a strike it’s the labour day holiday for Greece and many countries on the first of may.

    • Amanda Wright Reply

      Look up the strike, it happens every May 1st in Greece.

  6. T Ferguson Reply

    When is testing to enter going to stop ?

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