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Enterprise Greece: €1bn Worth of Investments in the Pipeline

One billion euros worth of investments are in the pipeline for Greece in the areas of tourism, energy, telecommunications and commerce.

Four Seasons Astir Palace Hotel Athens Aiming for Spring 2018 Opening

The multi-million-euro revamp of the Astir Palace will proceed according to schedule with plans to open its doors to the public in spring next year.

Astir Palace Project Moves a Step Ahead After Minister’s Approval

Greek Culture Minister Lydia Koniordou has approved the investment plan and the environmental impact study for the overhaul of Astir Palace in Vouliagmeni.

TUI Invests in Greece: 10 New Hotels and More Cruise Ship Visits

Travel giant TUI plans to expand its presence in Greece by opening 10 new upscale hotels and adding more visits from its cruise ships to Greek ports.

Air Links with New Markets Top Kountoura-Fraport Talks

Connecting Greece with new markets was at the center of talks between Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura and Fraport’s CEO Alexander Zinell.

SEV: Greece Tourism Infrastructure Needs Upgrade Now

The Greek tourism sector is showing healthy signs of recovery but for growth to continue infrastructure should be upgraded immediately, according to SEV.

Airports, Ports and Logistics Top Athens Transport, Infrastructure Meet Agenda

Ways to tap into the expansion of combined transport and upgraded infrastructure were explored during the 1st conference on "Infrastructure and Transport in Greece: Prospects for Development” held in Athens.

Greek PM Visit to China Set to Pave Way for Investments

Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is expected to sign a three-year agreement with Chinese officials to attract investment to Greece, during his visit to Beijing in May.

Fraport, Intrakat Ink Greek Airport Construction Projects Deal

Fraport Greece has entered an agreement with Intrakat for the overhaul works on the 14 regional airports that have come under its management.

Consortium to Lend Fraport €1bn to Run 14 Regional Airports in Greece

A consortium of financial institutions will lend Fraport Greece approximately 1 billion euros for the 40-year concession of 14 airports across the country.

New Shipping Minister Vows to Get Greek Waterways Out of the Rut

Newly appointed Shipping and Island Policy Minister Panagiotis Kouroumblis has set speeding up the licensing procedures for Greece’s pending waterway network as a leading priority upon taking office earlier this month.

PM Tsipras: Trip to Paros Best Promotion for Greece @ Island Airport Opening

Paros Airport is an important infrastructure project that will contribute to tourism and the economy, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said from the Cycladic island of Paros on Friday during the inauguration of the new airport there.

First Flight from New Paros Airport to Take Off on July 25

The new airport of Paros, expected to handle four times the traffic and contribute to an increase in tourism, strengthen the local economy and create new jobs, is set to open its doors and be fully operational on July 25.

Nine Greek Transport Projects Get European Commission Go-ahead for Funding

Nine Greek transport projects are slated to receive EU funding under the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) after the European Commission’s decision earlier this month to inject 6.7 billion euros in transport infrastructure to boost jobs and growth.

Six Greek Airports Get Funding, Move to Upgrade

Six regional airports in Greece will get EU funding to the tune of 197 million euros towards their upgrade under the EU Infrastructure Investment Plan, the Greek Infrastructure, Transport and Networks Ministry announced.

Greek PM Launches Works on TAP Pipeline, Paving Way for 8,000 New Jobs

Speaking from Thessaloniki on Tuesday, during a special ceremony marking the launch of works on the TransAdriatic Pipeline (TAP), Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said TAP marks a new era for Greece, describing the project as one of "regional cooperation" and of great...

Major Greece Tourism Works to Get Underway Backed by Juncker Plan

Tourism is among the first sectors in Greece to receive EU funding to the tune of 112 million euros for three projects in addition to a fourth included in the infrastructure transport sector, under the EU Infrastructure Investment Plan.

Paros Airport Ready by July, Milos, Naxos, Syros to Follow

The airport of Paros will be fully operational and linked with Greek and international destinations by July 16, Transport and Infrastructure Minister Christos Spirtzis said on his recent visit to the Cycladic island, adding that renovations were expected to get underway at...