Despite Sweden and particularly the UK being major tourism markets for Greece, authorities still deem the risk of Covid-19 too high to allow direct flights.
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A majority of respondents to a recent survey said they are ready to resume international travel once restrictions are lifted.
Tour operators including tourism giant TUI have said that flights from Britain to Greece and Spain are likely to begin July 11.
Austrian Airlines appears to be expecting solid demand for Greek holidays this summer.
The German government announced the official lifting of its travel warning issued in March for a number of countries, including Greece.
In an interview with the AP, Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis said that all tourists would be welcome, but that safety will come first.
The Greek government has published clarifications about the timeline and rules governing Greece's reopening to international tourism.
As of June 15, Aegean Airlines will once again be flying certain international routes to and from Thessaloniki Airport.
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