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Greece Expresses Condolences on the Passing of Queen Elizabeth II

Greek President Katerina Sakellaropoulou and Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis expressed their condolences following the news that Queen Elizabeth II died on Thursday.

Greek Economy Boosted by Tourism in Second Quarter of 2022

Greece’s surge in tourism this year has boosted the Greek economy in the second quarter, according to data released by the Hellenic Statistical Authority (ELSTAT).

EU to Make it Difficult, More Expensive for Russians to Get Travel Visas

The Commission has proposed to fully suspend the EU-Russia visa facilitation agreement and make it more difficult for Russians to get a visa to enter the EU.

Air Travel Continues Recovery Trend in July, Some Markets Approach pre-COVID Levels

The performance of airlines in July continued to be strong with some markets approaching pre-COVID levels, according to IATA.

Greek Tourism Ministry Discusses Thessaloniki Accessibility Issues

The Greek Tourism Ministry is looking into ways to ensure Thessaloniki’s infrastructure, hotels and attractions are accessible to people with disabilities.

Safety Measures for Navagio Beach to be Updated

Greek authorities are reviewing the safety measures for the famous Navagio beach on Zakynthos following a landslide on Thursday due to a 5.4-magnitude earthquake.

Athens International Airport Completes Two ‘Single European Sky’ Projects

Athens International Airport (AIA) has achieved two major milestones of a European Commission co-funded project that concerns the EU’s priority for the creation of the “Single European Sky”.

TAL Aviation Group Appoints New Director Business Development

TAL Aviation Group, a global airline, travel and tourism representation organization, has appointed Ginka Tsenova as its new Business Development Director.

Q&A with WTM London Exhibition Director, Juliette Losardo

Juliette Losardo, the exhibition director of WTM London, briefs about this year’s World Travel Market, which will be back to its fully live, pre-pandemic format.