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Tourism Minister Paves Way for Development of Alimos, Chios Marinas

Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura is setting the tourist development of the Alimos and Chios marinas into motion after announcing the issue of the relevant presidential decrees.

Mykonos Mayor Sues Minister, Calls for More Police in Summer

Mykonos Mayor Konstantinos Koukas has pressed charges against former alternate public order minister Nikos Toscas and the head of Greek Police for failing to ensure order on the island.

Lamia to Get Modern Greek History Museum

The central Greek city of Lamia is set to get its own Modern Greek History Museum after regional authorities reached an agreement with the Athens War Museum.

Airlines to Halt Flights to Iran as of September

Airlines British Airways, Air France and KLM have announced that they will halt flights to Iran as of September.

Late Minoan Chamber Tomb Comes to Light on Crete

Archaeologists have discovered an intact Late Minoan chamber tomb with two adult skeletons and well-preserved pottery, near Ierapetra on the island of Crete.

Ryanair Launches New Route from Athens to London Luton

Ryanair has announced a new route from Athens to London Luton, which will operate three times per week as part of its winter 2018 schedule.

Apollo Travel: New Flight from Oslo to Samos for Summer 2019

Apollo Travel has announced the launch of a new flight from Oslo to Samos for summer 2019, which is expected to bring some 13,000 Scandinavians to the island next year.

Greek Travel Agents Discover Hangzhou, China, at Athens Event

The Hangzhou Tourism Commission and Argo Travel Group hosted an event in Athens to introduce the city of Hangzhou to Greek travel agents.

Sabre: New Solution with Easy-to-use Tools for Hoteliers

Sabre Corporation has announced the launch of Business Travel Services, its new consolidated solution suite that offers easy-to-use tools to hoteliers.

IATA Expects Significant Growth in Aviation Jobs

Job opportunities in the aviation industry are expected to significantly increase in the next years, according to a survey released by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).