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Lamda Development Is The Preferred Investor For Hellinikon Project

Following a positive opinion of the Council of Experts, the Board of Directors of the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (TAIPED) unanimously declared Lamda Development SA as the Preferred Investor for the acquisition of the 100 percent of the shares of Hellinikon SA.

Cultural Events Announced To Celebrate New Opening Hours Of Museums In Greece

A series of cultural events have been announced to take place throughout Greece on 1 April in celebration of the new opening hours of Greek museums and archaeological sites.

Report: Tourism Is An Opportunity To Go After In Greece

Tourism and travel are included among the opportunities "to go after" for aspiring entrepreneurs, investors and professionals, according to a report on "Entrepreneurship and Investment Opportunities in Greece Today" issued by Endeavor Greece.

Cyprus Airways Closes Sales Office In Athens, Greece

Cyprus Airways has announced the closure of its sales office in Athens in an attempt to cut costs in accordance to a restructuring plan.

South Aegean Region To Promote Rhodes As Wedding Destination

The Region of the South Aegean will promote Rhodes as an ideal wedding destination, particularly for the Chinese market, an announcement read.

Aegean Airlines Begins Accepting Applications For Student Support Program

Greek carrier Aegean Airlines has announced that it will begin accepting applications for its recently announced student support program "Close to the young" as of Tuesday 1 April.

Club Hotel Casino Loutraki Receives Green Key Label For 2014

Club Hotel Casino Loutraki, for the fourth year in a row, has received the international "Green Key – Eco Label" award from the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE) for its commitment to environmental protection.

Air France, KLM Launch Contest For Travel Agents

Air France and KLM are giving all IATA accredited travel agents in Greece the opportunity to take part in a major contest and win three great prizes.

Japan’s ANA To Order 70 New Aircraft From Boeing, Airbus

Japanese carrier All Nippon Airways (ANA) announced recently that it will order a total of 70 new Boeing and Airbus aircraft worth $16.4 billion.