Corfu has become the latest Greek island to order evacuations over intensifying bushfires, as the first repatriation flights land to rescue British tourists.
Authorities in Corfu, a destination for hundreds of thousands of Britons each year northwest of the Greek mainland, told people in the areas of Santa, Megoula, Porta, Palia, Perithia and Sinies to leave late on Sunday.
Nearly 2,500 people have been rescued from the popular island overnight amid fires in northern areas, but no houses or hotels have been destroyed so far.
However, the fires are getting worse on Rhodes ahead of temperatures of 45°C expected on Monday. The easyJet airline will operate two rescue flights and a third on Tuesday, carrying hundreds of Britons.
The first repatriation flights from Rhodes landed overnight and more easyJet, Jet2 and Ryanair flights are scheduled to arrive at Gatwick, Stansted and Bristol on Monday afternoon.
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