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TUS Airways Launches Athens-Larnaca Direct Service

TUS Airways is expanding its presence in the Greek market by launching a new direct service connecting Athens to Larnaca, starting on December 1, 2017.

Ryanair Appoints Chiara Ravara as Sales & Marketing Manager for Eastern Mediterranean

Ryanair has appointed Chiara Ravara as Sales and Marketing Manager for the Eastern Mediterranean, where she will oversee the airline’s marketing activities in Greece, Croatia, Cyprus, Malta and Montenegro.
Posted On 12 Jan 2016

Greece Plans to Boost Luxury Travel Through National Tourism Zoning Plan

The Greek Government is making efforts to facilitate investment through a national zoning plan for tourism that is currently being drafted and will include guidelines for the development of large tourism resorts designed to accommodate a range of top quality infrastructure.
Posted On 13 Oct 2014
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Athens: Mediterranean Luxury Travel Summit Begins On Monday

The Mediterranean Luxury Travel Summit 2013 will take place 7-8 October at the Divani Apollon Palace & Spa in Athens and bring together internationally-renowned thought leaders and consumer strategists, top travel & tourism executives and key decision makers across the industry,...
Posted On 04 Oct 2013
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Athens To Host Luxury Travel Summit Next Week

New geographical, marketing and technological horizons for the luxury and cultural travel sector will be presented at the Mediterranean Luxury Travel Summit 2013 to be held next week in Athens, Greece.
Posted On 02 Oct 2013

Sea Tourism Forum To Launch Next Month

The potential for sea tourism and the development of the economies of Greece, the Eastern Mediterranean and the Black Sea region will be examined during the first Posidonia Sea Tourism Forum, scheduled to take place 21-22 June at the Onassis Cultural Center in Athens.

Shipping Becomes Priority for Piraeus Mayor

Mayor of Piraeus Panagiotis Fasoulas recently proposed the organization of an annual event, on the level of the International Exhibition of Thessaloniki, to support shipping.

Greek Travel Pages Dives Into a New Era

Greek Travel Pages updates its services as it now offers an all-new section on diving centers throughout Greece. This new thematic section has 63 registered diving centers affiliated with recognized diving organizations worldwide, notably Andi Hellas, the International...
Posted On 01 Aug 2007

Expedia Promotes Benefits to Greek Hoteliers

Expedia, the world's leading online travel provider, is holding ten workshops in major cities throughout Greece. This initiative to help promote tourism in Greece and improve hotel competitiveness is a result of an agreement made between Expedia and the Hellenic Hotel Federation.
Posted On 01 Jan 2007

European Cruise Market Continues Expansion

Louis Cruise Lines last month announced the delivery of the latest addition to its fleet, the 1,250-passenger cruise ship Sea Diamond (ex-Birka Princess). After its planned upgrading, the Sea Diamond this month begins 3- and 4-day cruises from Piraeus on behalf of Louis Hellenic...
Posted On 01 Apr 2006

Crete Plans Construction of New International Airport

A new international airport costing more than 1 billion euros will be built on Crete, according to a government announcement. The new airport will be able to serve 5,000 holidaymakers at a time and will also serve as a transport hub for air cargo in the eastern Mediterranean.
Posted On 01 Mar 2006

Ekaterinari Asimina Xirotiri

For several years Greece's tourism policy has focused on improving and differentiating the tourism offer in order to attract the quality traveler. According to announcements, the principle of viable development through the protection and promotion of the natural and cultural...
Posted On 01 Nov 2003

Superfast And Costa Crociere Alliance

Attica Enterprises, the holding company for Superfast Ferries, and cruise company Costa Crociere, owned by Carnival Cruise Lines, signed signed a letter of intent to create two joint ventures in cruise and ferry operations.

WTO Chief Foresees Positive Tourism Growth

The global tourism industry is projected to grow by 1 to 1.5 percent this year, down from an original forecast of 3 percent, due principally to the global crisis brought on by the attacks on the USA on September 11, said Francesco Frangialli, secretary-general of the World...

Americans Remain Strong Mediterranean Cruise Passengers

The Mediterranean now attracts some 15 percent of world cruise passengers, according to recent data from the Cruise Lines International Association. The prime source for cruise passengers continues to be North Americans, with some six million estimated for this year, or about 80%...

Alemar Launches Greece’s Largest Catamaran Yacht

The largest Greek-flagged catamaran yacht was officially presented for the first time last month at the Palio Faliro Yacht Club. Christened Neptune, the vessel ranks eighth in the world, and is unique in its class in the Mediterranean.