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Greek Ferry Companies Expect Easter Passenger Traffic to Rise

Outgoing traffic is set to peak on Holy Friday with ferry companies expecting an increase in passenger traffic by about 5 percent compared to last year for the Easter holidays, which this year coincide with May Day.

Athens Event Explores Refugee Crisis, Stresses Need for Solidarity

Only through cooperation and with solidarity can Europe effectively deal with the emerging refugee issue which is changing the current status quo in all its member states and demanding well-researched measures, an Athens conference on the refugee crisis found on Wednesday.

German, Chinese, Russian, UK Investors Cash in on Santorini

It᾽s no secret that Santorini is the place to see and be seen, and given Tuesday's Tripadvisor ranking naming the Greek island as the best in Europe and second best in the world, it’s no wonder investors are placing their bets there.

Three Greek Airlines Soaring Among Europe’s Top 50 for Punctuality

Aegean Airlines, Olympic Air and Ellinair have been listed among Europe’s most punctual carriers for the month of March by UK-based air travel intelligence firm OAG.

Olympian Bay Hotel Goes ‘Social’ with New Partnership

The four-star Olympian Bay Hotel, located in Pieria, has appointed the digital marketing company Social Mind to handle its social media accounts.

TradeWinds Shipowners Forum: Stage Set for Opening Debate at Posidonia in Greece

A full house is on the cards for TradeWinds Shipowners Forum as thousands of shipping executives from around the world make their plans to converge on Athens, Greece, during the second week in June.

Minoan Lines Announces Extra Itineraries on Friday, April 22

Due to increased passenger and commercial traffic a few days before the Holy Week of the Greek Orthodox Easter, ferry company Minoan Lines has announced extra itineraries on the Heraklion – Piraeus route on Friday, April 22.

SWISS to be First Airline to Operate Bombardier CS100 as of July 15

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) is to put its first CS100 aircraft into service on July 15, making it the first airline in the world to operate the new Bombardier C Series.