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Revamp of Greek Regional Airports to Begin in November

Development and upgrading works at Greek regional airports, taken over by the Fraport consortium, are expected to begin in early November.
Posted On 06 Oct 2017

TUI on Greece: ‘We are Here to Stay’

Travel giant TUI is interested in strengthening its investment in destination Greece and extending the country's tourism season.
Posted On 05 Oct 2017

Turkey Hopes Transport Minister’s Athens Visit to Resolve Boat Ban Issue

Turkey expressed its wish to lift a ban on Greece-bound yachts and ferries when the country’s transport minister, Ahmet Arslan, visits Greece this month.

Thirty Hectares at Hellinikon Former Airport Declared as Archaeological Site

The Greek Central Archaeological Council has decided that some 30 hectares of the 620-hectare plot at Hellinikon will be classified as an archaeological site.
Posted On 04 Oct 2017

Public Revenue Authority Launches More Probes into Greek Hotels

In efforts to curb tax evasion, Greece’s Independent Authority for Public Revenue (AADE) said it was reinforcing inspections at hotel businesses across the country.

Syros Mayor Calls for More Ferry Connections

Aiming to make Syros more accessible, the island's mayor George Maragos recently met with professionals in order to explore ways of increasing ferry services.

Greece’s InSETE and Cornell University Partner in Tourism Studies

InSETE has partnered with Cornell University in the field of vocational training for Greek tourism industry’s employees and professionals.
Posted On 04 Oct 2017

Property Tax Burden Forcing Greek Isle Owners to Sell at Discount

All the more Greek islands, currently 40, are up for sale with prices going down by as much as 60 percent since the beginning of the crisis.

Piraeus Bank Backs SMEs with €700m, EIB Opens New Athens Office

Small and medium-sized businesses in Greece will be able to tap into a total of 700 million euros of funding by EIB, EIF and EBRD, through local Piraeus Bank.

DiaNEOsis Study: More Home Ports Key to Stronger Cruise Tourism to Greece

Making Greece a home port for luxury liners and securing strategic investments are crucial to a robust cruise travel sector, according to diaNEOsis.