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EU Looks to Make Travel Easy with Colour-coded Covid-19 Map of Countries

The European Commission has proposed to simplify travel during Covid-19 times with a common colour code for destinations and a set of measures.

Covid-19: Wales Puts Six Greek Islands on Quarantine List

Travelers arriving to Wales from six Greek islands must now self-isolate for 14 days, according to a decision by the Welsh Government.

Minister Defends Reopening Greek Tourism Market in Covid-19 Times

Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis highlights the importance of Greece reopening its tourism market despite the difficult conditions due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Central Macedonia Backs Covid-19-hit Businesses with €150m

The Central Macedonia Region will allocate 150 million euros to local businesses, tourism enterprises included, impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.

Greece Channeling More EU ESPA Funds into Projects

Greece has increased its absorption rate of EU resources - known in Greek as ESPA funds - since July 2019 compared to other member states.

Mycenae Site and Museum Reopen to the Public

The archaeological site of Mycenae has reopened to visitors after a recent wildfire charred the surrounding area.

Airports: Vanishing Traffic, Collapsing Revenues – Analysis

The global airport industry is confronted with vanishing traffic and collapsing revenues as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, an ACI World analysis reveals.

Air Ticketing Not Expected to Recover Until 2024, Says Study

Digital air ticketing transaction values are not expected to reach pre-Covid-19 levels before 2024, according to a new study from Juniper Research.

WTTC Launches Protocols for Safe Adventure Travel

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) has unveiled its latest protocols that focus on measures to ensure the reopening of adventure tourism.

Costa Cruises Introduces Covid-19 Tests for All Guests On Board its Ships

In view of its restart, Costa Cruises has announced that it will perform Covid-19 swab tests to all guests before boarding.

Alitalia to Receive €199.45m for Damages Suffered Due to Covid-19

The European Commission has approved a 199.45 million euros Italian aid measure to Alitalia to compensate the airline for the damages suffered due to the Covid-19 outbreak.

Lufthansa Group Pays €2.6 Billion in Ticket Refunds for First Half of the Year

The airlines in the Lufthansa Group have so far reimbursed around 2.6 billion euros to a total of 6 million customers for refund claims from the first half of the year.

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