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Greek Authorities Mull Harsher Covid-19 Measures for August 15 Holiday

Greek health authorities may announce harsher measures against Covid-19, ahead of the August 15 holiday which marks the largest mass exodus of the year in Greece.

Greece’s Covid-19 Imported Cases Remain Low, Says Minister

Greece's Covid-19 cases from incoming travel arrivals have remained at a low number since the country opened its gates to tourists.

Covid-19: Greece Prohibits Crossing of Land Borders from 11pm to 7am

All of Greece's land border crossings will be closed overnight, with the exception of the country’s northern entry point with Bulgaria, Promachonas.

Covid-19 Drives Athens Hotel Prices Downward

The Covid-19 pandemic is putting pressure on Athens hoteliers to lower their prices, as indicated by Trivago’s Hotel Price Index.

Air Passenger Numbers in Athens Tumble in July

Passenger traffic at Athens International Airport (AIA) may have picked up in July, following dramatic drops in June and May, but figures still remain below the respective 2019 levels.

Report: Greek SMEs Feel the Covid-19 Effect

The outbreak of Covid-19 has impacted Greece’s small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) as much as the economic crisis in 2009, says the National Bank of Greece.

Analysis: Controls, National Covid-19 Policies Affecting Airfares

Flight restrictions and government travel policies, including Covid-19 testing and quarantine measures, are affecting travel trends, according to an analysis by ForwardKeys.

Best of Aegean Islands’ Gastronomy Unveiled in New Video

A new video focusing on the rich gastronomy of the South Aegean islands was recently released to promote the Region as a top culinary tourism destination.

Greek Civil Protection Staff Gifted Free Vacations for Efforts Against Covid-19

Greek airline company AEGEAN and the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) are offering holiday packages, including flights and accommodation, to Greece's Civil Protection staff.

Lufthansa Sees Losses of €1.5 Billion in Q2 Due to Covid-19

The Lufthansa Group recorded losses of 1.5 billion euros in the second quarter of the year, due to the collapse in demand for air travel caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

MSC Cruises Unveils Health Protocol to Restart Operations in the Med

MSC Cruises has introduced its health and safety protocol that has been developed to support the restart of operations in the Mediterranean.

Autohellas Announces New Digital Services

Autohellas-Hertz has launched new digital services to reduce wait times and offer its customers contactless services with additional levels of security.

Ολοκληρώνονται οι αιτήσεις για τον 3ο κύκλο του CapsuleT

Ελάχιστες μέρες απομένουν για την ολοκλήρωση της υποβολής αιτήσεων ενόψει του 3ου κύκλου του Προγράμματος Επιτάχυνσης του CapsuleT Travel & Hospitality Accelerator.