Which UK airports can fly to Greece?

There are non-stop flights to Athens from London Heathrow (LHR), London Gatwick (LGW) and London Luton (LTN) as well as from Edinburgh Turnhouse (EDI) and Manchester Airport (MAN). You can also fly direct to Thessaloniki, Rhodes and Corfu from the UK.

Are there flights from UK to Greece?

Flights from London to Athens, Greece: 3 hours 35 minutes. Flights from Manchester to Heraklion, Greece: 4 hours 10 minutes. Flights from Birmingham to Corfu, Greece: 3 hours 25 minutes. Flights from Glasgow to Athens, Greece: 5 hours 50 minutes.

Which Greek islands have direct flights from UK?

Geographically, Corfu and Rhodes are the nearest and furthest Greek islands from London, with 800km separating them. This means that at the extremities, you can get to Corfu in the quickest time, in 3 hours and 10 minutes, and Rhodes, the longest, at 4 hours and 10 minutes.

Where can I fly to in Greece?

Greek Islands You Can Fly to Directly

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  • Mykonos. Natural Feature. View. Add. …
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Where in the UK can you fly to Athens?

From the UK you can fly direct into Athens airport via London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Luton and Manchester airports. Recently two new daily flights have been added to the list at London Stansted Airport; Aegean Airlines’ new flights depart twice a day.

Can you travel to Greece right now?

The basics. Greece is still open to some vaccinated or certified Covid-free tourists without the need for quarantine, but restrictions have tightening to try to keep the Omicron variant in check.

Can I travel to Greece now?

The Department of State has issued a Travel Advisory Level 4 for Greece advising U.S. citizens not to travel to Greece due to COVID-19. Greek authorities continue to announce very high numbers of confirmed COVID-19 cases in the country.

Which Greek islands do Easyjet fly to?

Cities in Greece

  • Athens.
  • Corfu.
  • Crete Chania.
  • Crete Heraklion.
  • Kalamata.
  • Kefalonia.
  • Kos.
  • Mykonos.

What Greek islands does Ryanair fly to?

Greek Island Airports

  • Chania International Airport (CHQ)
  • Corfu International Airport (CFU)
  • Kefalonia International Airport (EFL)
  • Kos Island International Airport (KGS)
  • Mykonos Island National Airport (JMK)
  • Rhodes International Airport (RHO)
  • Santorini (Thira) International Airport (JTR)

Which Greek islands can you fly direct to from Heathrow?

For each of these destinations, there is an option to fly from London Heathrow, London Gatwick, London Luton or London Stansted.

  • Crete.
  • Corfu.
  • Kefalonia.
  • Kos.
  • Mykonos.
  • Rhodes.
  • Santorini.
  • Skiathos.

Is Greece on the green list UK?

Greece remains off the UK’s green list and is still on the amber list. This means Brits will need the following when returning to the UK from Greece: A negative test taken pre-arrival.

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Is Greece Rhodes on the quarantine list?

Is Rhodes on the quarantine list? Rhodes remains off the quarantine list for England, Wales and Scotland as well. It is worth checking local restrictions however, as some the islands are enforcing a night-time curfew from midnight to 7am.

Which airlines fly to the Greek islands?

The two main Greek flight companies, Olympic Air and Aegean Airlines, operate all year round international flights to major European capitals and domestic flights to most airports of the Greek mainland and the Greek islands.

Will the green list be in Greece?

Greece has yet to make it onto the government’s green list and has been amber for a number of months now.

Is Greece on the amber list?

Greece remains on the UK government’s “amber” list of countries as travel restrictions continue to ease. Ancient monuments, delicious food and around 200 (populated) islands to explore mean that Greece has long been a firm favourite with British holidaymakers.

Will Greek islands be on the green list?

Greece is unlikely to make the green list, as its infection rate has risen to 129 per 100,000 people. Case numbers have also been rising since late June, and are now well over 1,000 per day. Around 40 per cent of the adult population has received both doses of the vaccine.