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Greek Beaches On CNN’s World’s Top 100

American news network CNN included four Greek beaches - two in Crete and two in the Ionian Sea - on its recent "World's 100 Best Beaches" list.
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Kefalogianni On New Tourism Bill, Ministry’s Future Plans

“The new tourism bill aims to respond decisively to all needs of the tourism industry,” Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni said today, 29 May, during the closed session of the 21st General Assembly of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE).
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Germanwings Announces New Destinations In Greek Market

Budget airline Germanwings will soon expand in the Greek market with three summer destinations from the new Hub Hamburg to Heraklion, Kos and Corfu.
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Results Released For Subsidized Tourism Internship Program In Greece

The results from a selection of applications submitted for a subsidized internship program that aims to offer young Greeks training and work experience in the tourism sector, were announced on 29 May.
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Ukraine International Airlines Launches Direct Flights To Greece

Ukraine International Airlines (UIA) recently announced that it will launch direct flight to Greek cities Thessaloniki and Athens from Kiev.
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ΗΑΤΤΑ-ΠΕΤΑΓΑ: Παρουσίαση Προγράμματος NDC της ΙΑΤΑ – 31/05/2013

Η ΙΑΤΑ ετοιμάζει την εξαγγελία του Resolution 787 (NDC) (Νέο Πρόγραμμα Διανομής - New Distribution Capability) το οποίο θα επηρεάσει μεσομακροπρόθεσμα τα παραδοσιακά...
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Art Gallery Opens At Thalassa Beach Resort, Crete

Thalassa Beach Resort, the Adults Only hotel in Chania, Crete, has announced the opening of a new gallery of contemporary Greek and international art, on the hotel's premises.
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Emirates Resumes Services To Libya

Emirates will restart passenger flights to Tripoli from 1 September 2013, illustrating Libya’s importance in Emirates’ global network and the airline’s commitment to the country.
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Greece In German Preferences But There Is Room For Improvement

Entrepreneurship with professionalism, the special ability of cooperation and having a strong profile are among the strategic success factors for Greek tourism, according to a study conducted by the the Westküste University of Applied Sciences in Germany.
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Greek Ports Need Better Infrastructure To Boost Cruise Tourism

“Of the 36 billion euros plus revenue spread across European cruising destinations, Greece is the recipient of just 600 million euros due to its lagging home porting capabilities and infrastructure challenges,” international cruise experts said on the first day of the 2nd...