The Civil Aviation Service "relaxes" the protection measures for the minor passengers of domestic flights to the island destinations (ΥΠΑ), despite the fact that the cases are constantly increasing, while many islands are already in the "red".
Specifically, with a new aviation directive issued today, the CAA "corrects" the last notam, which stipulated that boarding the aircraft required either rapid test to 48 hours or PCR up to 72 hours and for underage passengers from 12 to 17 years.
Most with the new directive the CAA announces to the passenger public that for minors from 12 to 17 years (born after 1/7/2009) the obligation to board is also covered by a negative self test 24 hours.
Regarding pre-existing domestic flight directing from the mainland to island destinations, which is valid and valid until Monday 2 August 2021, added to the conditions for travel in the age category 12-17 years and the possibility of boarding with a self test.
Note that the self test was not allowed until now and there was simply the recommendation for conducting a self test for all those who are over 12 years on their return from the islands.