The largest German airline Lufthansa restarted flights to Athens and other tourist destinations in Greece on 18th of May. The plane that arrived to Athens airport was full of passengers, and all of them were wearing masks. These measures confirms the measurements that Greek government issued in preparation of easing lockdown due to current pandemic situation.
Currently all passengers arriving to Athens airport are obliged to follow some medical procedures – they are taken a test for coronavirus and being transported to one of the hotel in central Athens, where they need to wait for 24-hour period when the results for test are known. Even if the test for coronavirus gives a negative results, all people arriving to Greece must follow the 14-day self-isolation rule.
Currently Lufthansa flights from Frankfurt to Athens are carried out. Lufthansa flights from Munich to Athens will follow in May.