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Greece a Top Holiday Choice for American Travelers in 2022

Greece this year is welcoming more American tourists thanks to the increased number of direct flights from the United States to Athens.

Greek Tourism Body Proposes Actions to Ease Energy Crisis

In view of what many expect to be a hard winter ahead, the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) proposed a set of measures to help sector businesses deal with soaring energy costs.

Europe’s Airports Call for Return to 80-20 Slot Use Rule for Airlines

ACI Europe is calling for the reinstatement of standard airport slot rules which would see airlines operating at least 80% of every planned slot sequence this winter.

Greek Ports See Big Passenger Traffic Rise in January-March

Greek ports saw a 91.9% increase in total passenger traffic (domestic and international) during the first quarter of this year, compared to the same period in 2021.

Athenian Riviera: Plans Announced for New Pedestrian-Bicycle Lane

Plans for the construction of a coastal pedestrian-bicycle lane that will cross most of the Athenian Riviera, from Kallithea to Voula, were announced by the Region of Attica.

Greece Launches International Tender for Argostoli Marina on Kefalonia

A tender process for the concession of the marina in Argostoli on the island of Kefalonia in Greece has been launched by the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF).

France Prepares for 2024 Olympics with ‘Soil’ from Ancient Olympia

In the runup to the Paris Olympics 2024, representatives of France’s Terre de Jeux 2024 label visited the birthplace of the Olympic Games in Greece - Ancient Olympia - where they collected 2,024 grams of soil to transport to Paris as a symbolic gesture.

Wyndham Adds ‘Vienna House’ Brand to Portfolio, Reinforces Position in Europe

Wyndham Hotels & Resorts has acquired the European “Vienna House” brand for 44 million euros adding approximately 40 hotels and more than 6,000 rooms to its portfolio.