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EU Aid Boosts Firefighting Efforts in Greece

In view of the severity of the forest fires in Greece, the European Commission pledged through its Civil Protection Mechanism to extend aid to the country.

Greece’s Travel Receipts Stronger in May by 34.7%

Greece's travel receipts increased by 34.7 percent in May and by 21.7 percent in the first five months of the year, according to the Bank of Greece.

Costlier Business Trips in 2019 Due to Fuel Prices, Growing Economy

Corporate travel is expected to become costlier in 2019 due to a growing global economy and rising oil prices, according to the 5th annual Global Travel Forecast, published by GBTA.

Airbnb Response Tool Offers Free Housing to Greek Fire Victims

Airbnb is making housing available to displaced individuals from this week’s wildfires in Greece, as well as to relief workers via its Open Homes project.

South Aegean Region Partners with Airlines to Promote Greek Islands

The South Aegean Region has partnered with Ryanair, AEGEAN and Ellinair in efforts to attract more visitors to the Cyclades and Dodecanese islands.

Naxos’ Nature, Sites, Gastronomy Featured in the International Media

The island of Naxos in Greece this year is being introduced to the world through Nautical TV and other international media.

Ryanair Supports ‘Santorini Experience’ Event with Special Fares

Ryanair, the official airline partner of the "Santorini Experience" event, has released seats for sale from Athens to Santorini at prices from €19.99.

‘The Luxury Hotels’ Continues Major Upgrade Program to Thessaloniki Properties

The Luxury Hotels of Thessaloniki - Grand Hotel Palace and Mediterranean Palace - are undergoing extensive renovation works, under the "Rebrand–Renovate–ReLux" project.

Amadeus Achieves Dual IATA Level 3 NDC Certification as Aggregator

Amadeus has received the level 3 New Distribution Capability (NDC) certification as an aggregator from the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Greece Wildfires Leave Dozens Dead and Missing

Wildfires ravaged the Northeastern Attica coastline in Greece on Monday, July 23, leaving over 70 people dead, hundreds injured and dozens missing.