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German Travelers Choosing Crete for Autumn Holidays

Chania, Crete

All the more German travelers are choosing Crete for autumn vacations, as more airlines are scheduling direct flights from German airports to the Greek islands up until November, the Greek National Tourism Organization (GNTO) said on Friday.

The organization’s announcement came after hosting a press trip last week for German journalists that arrived on a direct flight to Chania from Nuremberg, Germany, by Corendon Airlines. The direct air connection between Nuremberg and Chania was launched in July and may possibly continue service until November due to high demand. The route was initially planned to operate until October.

Nuremberg International Airport, the second largest in Bavaria after Munich Airport, is directly connected to six Greek destinations, namely Thessaloniki, Corfu, Kos, Heraklion, Chania and Rhodes.

Corendon Airlines flies to the six destinations from a total of 16 airports in Germany, including Nuremberg.

GNTO explores promotion opportunities for Chania

During the press trip, the German journalists, who were from leading printed and online media in Nuremberg and the greater region, met with GNTO Secretary General Dimitris Fragakis and had the opportunity to discuss a number of tourism-related issues

In addition, Fragakis discussed the potential of common targeted online promotion activities for Chania with Nuremberg Airport Director Michael Hupe.

German journalists visited Lefka Ori on Crete.

During their stay on Crete, the German journalists met with local and regional authorities, tourism bodies and Chania Airport executives.

They also had the chance to visit landmark sites including the old town of Chania as well as the island’s Lefka Ori (White Mountains).

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