The openings on 19 May in Austria should also make international travel easier again. The amendment to the entry regulation will not only abolish the quarantine obligation for travellers from many EU countries but also for Austrians returning home.
The new regulation, which is based on the ECDC EU health agency's coronavirus traffic light system, provides for the fact that entrants from low-incidence areas will no longer have to go into quarantine in future.
Popular holiday destinations now without quarantine
As things stand, this would remove the quarantine requirement for popular holiday destinations such as Greece, Italy and Spain, countries where most of the tourist destinations planned for the summer from Graz are located.
Graz Airport summer flight schedule features about 15 sunny destinations. They include Calvi on Corsica, Karpathos, Naxos and Zakynthos, four new destinations. Most of the flights are to Greece to a total of nine destinations, but popular destinations such as Palma de Mallorca or Brac can also be found in this varied offer.
In addition, the return of flights to the important transfer airports of Frankfurt, Zurich and Amsterdam is planned in the next few weeks, among other things.
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