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Italy reopens 25 airports

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In Italy, “phase three” started today with further easing of the measures taken due to the coronavirus. In view of the border openings within the EU, 25 airports have reopened today, including Terminal 1 of the largest northern Italian airport, Milan-Malpensa. Air traffic is expected to increase in the second half of June.

Greece also opens the first airports

Greece today also opened its two main airports for travelers from numerous countries, including Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The first flight arrived in Athens from Larnaka in Cyprus.

The Thessaloniki airport was also opened. From July 1, flights from abroad to all regional airports are again allowed, as the government announced.