How do you get a PLF?

How do you get a PLF?

The PLF is also available on the Visit Greece app and travel.gov.gr. All travelers are strongly advised to download the Visit Greece app (GDPR compliant) prior to their arrival in Greece. The app can be downloaded from Google Play or the App Store.

The app allows users to find information on what services are available at each Greek airport, as well as how to get there and book tickets. It also provides details on where to go after arriving at the airport and links out to other useful resources for tourists.

In addition to this, those who subscribe to the PLF newsletter will receive special offers and news about events and activities being held across Greece. Subscribers can choose whether they want to be informed via email or text message.

To get a PLF, simply visit any airport ticket desk and present your passport or identity card. The staff member will need to know your name and nationality to verify your identity. They will then enter these details into a computer system to check if you are allowed to enter Greece.

If you are allowed to enter Greece, you will be given a PLF which will contain an entry permit for one year and multiple visa stickers that you can use at different ports of entry along with an airplane ticket.

How can I remit my PLI payment online?

The following is the link to pay premiums for PLI and RPLI plans online:

  1. Https://pli.indiapost.gov.in/CustomerPortal/PSLogin.action. External Link:This will open in new window.
  2. Https://pli.indiapost.gov.in/CustomerPortal/PSLogin.action. External Link:This will open in new window.
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