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      GREECE’S COVID-19 NATIONAL LOCKDOWN LASTS UNTIL NOVEMBER 30TH –

      THAT IS 23 DAYS IN TOTAL

      Just a piece of added information on travel. Only essential domestic flights are operational from 0600hrs on November 7th. You need to contact your airline to check if your particular booked flight has been cancelled. Be aware that Aegean Airlines has caused of lot buzz on social media as they are not refunding paid fares on cancelled flights due to the coronavirus pandemic. Their informational page for what all passengers should know about cancelled flights is here.

      Majority of Aegean’s international flights are operational, but expect changes and cancellations dependant on passenger loads and other reasons.

      Due to Makedonia being a severely affected ‘red zone’ region for Covid-19, all flights are cancelled to/from Thessaloniki Airport for the period November 3rd to the 17th. Regardless of the carrier you are using for international flights to/from other airports in Greece, always check in plenty of time with the carrier you are booked on.

      Surface Travel Crete, an amended KTEL service is operational

      Petrol stations are operating normally.

      For the Heraklio-Lassithi bus routes, please contact them for bus scheduling tel: 2810 246530/38 ; their website , or email .

      For the Chania – Rethymnon – Heraklion bus routes, their contact info is for bus scheduling, tel:Τel: 28210 93305/93257, their website , or email.
      So far we have no information on ferry disruptions.

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      We will update as more information comes in.

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