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ITB Study On Eurozone Crisis Consequences For Destinations In Southern Europe

To what degree does negative reporting on countries in crisis impact on their tourism statistics? This was the question which ITB Berlin and the market research institute IPK International examined as part of a travel trend assessment by the World Travel Monitor.
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British Airways’ Surprise Prices For Transatlantic Flights

This year, get ready to spend the holidays differently with the unique offers of British Airways that bring you even closer to the most popular destinations in the United States and Canada.
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Nature Festival Focuses On Crisis

The secretary general of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE), George Vernicos, was among the speakers at the open discussion held on the necessity of environmental action during a period of crisis on 4 November at Moraitis School.
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British Airways Signs Up For Amadeus’ New Revenue Accounting Solution

Amadeus, a leading travel technology partner and transaction processor for the global travel and tourism industry, recently announced that British Airways has become the first airline to sign for Amadeus’ new Passenger Revenue Accounting solution.
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Athens Showed Its Best At WTM 2012

“Strategic alliances and the joining of forces significantly enhance the effort to reposition Athens on the international tourism map,” the president of the Athens-Attica Hotel Association, Alexandros Vasilikos, said recently after his return from the World Travel Market (WTM)...
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Manessis Travel Releases New Holiday Brochure

Manessis Travel recently threw an office party on the occasion of the release of its new brochure with travel suggestions for Christmas, the New Year and the Epiphany celebration.
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The Margi Takes You To “Bakù” This Friday!

The Margi hotel in Vouliagmeni will unveil its new restaurant bakù this Friday, 16 November.