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Ukraine Colors Light Up Athens’ Omonia Square for Europe Day

The fountain on Omonia Square in the center of Athens lit up on Monday night in the colors of the national flag of Ukraine.

Americans Visiting Greece on 63 Weekly Flights

Americans keen on traveling to Greek destinations this summer can now do so on 63 direct flights a week from the United States to Greece.

Greece’s Online Reputation Strong in March

Greece saw its online reputation improve in March, recording the best level achieved over the past two years, according to data provided by SETE Intelligence.

IATA Warns of Airport Delays Due to Pent-up Demand for Air Travel

With Covid-19 travel restrictions being removed in most places, IATA is calling on governments to have plans in place to meet expected demand this summer.

Travel Searches Surge as Covid-19 Restrictions Ease, Says Expedia

The further opening of borders and easing of Covid-19 travel restrictions led to a significant increase in travel searches during the first three months of 2022, says Expedia.

Celestyal Puts Thessaloniki on the Cruise Destination Map

Celestyal Cruises has officially launched its 7-day voyages out of Thessaloniki for the 2022 season, recognizing the incredible potential of the Greek Northern city as a homeport.

TUI Sees Tourism Recovery Fast Approaching 2019 Levels

TUI Group CEO Fritz Joussen expects to see the tourism industry recoup 80% of pre-pandemic 2019 levels this year or even reach 100%.

Syntagma Square Revamp Works to Be Completed Soon, Says Athens Mayor

The revamp works at Syntagma, the Greek capital’s central square, are expected to be completed in the coming weeks, according to Athens Mayor Kostas Bakoyannis.

Int’l Tourism Professionals Explore Athens at 8th Travel Trade Event

Dozens of Greek and foreign travel and tourism professionals are participating in the 8th Travel Trade Athens, the Greek capital’s annual B2B tourism event.

EU Approves €6.8m Greek Aid Measure to Compensate Ellinair for Covid-19 Damages

The European Commission has approved a €6.8 million Greek aid measure to compensate Ellinair for the damage suffered due to the coronavirus pandemic.