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Grand Hyatt Athens Opens in Greek Capital

The Grand Hyatt Athens, the first Hyatt hotel in the Greek capital and the first Grand Hyatt branded hotel in Greece, has opened its doors.

Greek Holiday Home Market Making Comeback

The Greek market for holiday homes is picking up pace with going prices for properties on main island destinations increasing in the first half of 2018.

ACI: First Half Traffic Through Europe Airports Up by 6.7%

Europe’s airports welcomed increased traffic in the first half of 2018 up by 6.7 percent with Athens International Airport (AIA) stronger by 11.4 percent.

DRV Selects Peloponnese as Host Destination for 2019 Conference

The German Travel Association (DRV), which represents most of Germany’s tour operators and travel agents, will hold its high-profile 2019 conference in the Peloponnese, Greece.

Fraport Expects 14 Greek Airports to Record Rise in 2018 Passenger Numbers

Greece’s 14 regional airports are set to record a high single digit rise in passenger numbers this year, according to Fraport Group.

‘Event-ually Athens’ Campaign Invites Culture Lovers to the Greek Capital

“The city you are destined to visit… Event…ually” starts off the latest campaign by Marketing Greece to promote Athens as a leading year-round tourist destination.

TUI Sees Summer 2018 Bookings Rise Despite Heatwave

TUI Group is seeing its current 2018 booking levels ahead of prior year despite prolonged hot summer, according to the company's CEO Fritz Joussen.

Air France Unveils New Business lounge at Paris-Charles de Gaulle

Air France has unveiled a completely redesigned lounge with a surface area of 3,200 sq.m. that offers several new features for optimum comfort.

Grace Mykonos Hosts ‘Paintings & Ceramics’ Art Exhibition by George Hadoulis

Grace Mykonos, in collaboration with Skoufa Gallery, is hosting the exhibition "Paintings & Ceramics" by artist George Hadoulis.

SWISS Sees 7.6% Passenger Growth in July

Swiss International Airlines (SWISS) transported 1,791,301 passengers in July, 7.6 percent more than in the same period last year.