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Greek Consumer Body Wants Airline ‘No-show’ Clause to be Scrapped

Greece’s consumer body is calling for the termination of a "no-show" clause in the terms of agreement with airlines, to protect passengers from unfair charges.

Tourism Minister Rings NYSE Bell at Special Wall Street Greece Day Event

Greek Tourism Minister Elena Kountoura rang the NYSE Closing Bell on Wall Street, on Tuesday, during the annual “Greek Day at NYSE” event.

WiFi4EU: 14 Attica Municipalities Get Funding for Free Wifi Hotspots

A total of 14 municipalities in Attica have gained access to EU funds for the development of free wireless Internet hotspots in public spaces.

Commission Approves Extension of Athens Airport Concession Deal

A bid by Athens International Airport SA for the 20-year extension of its concession agreement has been approved by the European Commission.

Travelport Signs Take-over Agreement for $4.4 Billion

Siris Capital Group and Evergreen Coast Capital Corp are set to take over travel services provider Travelport for a total of 4.4 billion dollars.

Cosmorama Travel Supports ‘Arcturos’, Protects Greece’s Wildlife

Aiming to support wildlife, Cosmorama Travel has adopted three wild animals - a bear, a wolf and a shepherd dog - in collaboration with Arcturos, a Greek NGO.

Poseidon Athens Hotel Wraps Up Renovation, Reveals New Logo

Following extensive renovation work in its rooms, suites and common areas, the Poseidon Athens Hotel, located on the Athenian Riviera, has revealed its new logo.

Seajets Announced Line Passenger of the Year by Lloyd’s List

Greek ferry operator Seajets was announced Line Passenger of the Year at the 15th Lloyd’s List Greek Shipping Awards held in Athens.

Planet Physics: Greece Welcomes First Interactive Science Center

Planet Physics, the first interactive science center in Greece, has opened its doors in the area of Vrilissia, north of Athens’ city center.