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Caterina Galiti, Training Manager at Mega Airlines Studies

This week, the Greek Travel Pages (GTP) introduces Caterina Galiti, the Training Manager at Mega Airlines Studies, a leading training center in Greece certified by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Brazil’s GOL Joins BSP in Greece, Appoints Discover the World as GSA

Brazilian airline GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes (G3), the largest low-cost airline in Latin America, announced it has joined Greece’s BSP (Billing Settlement Plan) booking system.

Lufthansa’s Decision to Charge for GDS Bookings Sparks Reaction from Amadeus

The Lufthansa Group airlines announced on Tuesday that as of September 1 it will include a 16-euro surcharge - the Distribution Cost Charge (DCC) - for every ticket issued by a booking channel using GDS for flights with Lufthansa, Austrian Airlines, Brussels Airlines and Swiss.

Amadeus Unveils Solution Allowing Airlines to Better Manage Delayed and Cancelled Flights

Amadeus recently unveiled the first mobile solution for handling flight disruptions based on personalized and intelligent re-accommodation options, in order to better manage the age-old problem of delayed and cancelled flights.

Etihad Airways Announces Strong First Quarter Results With Positive Growth

Etihad Airways has announced its strongest ever passenger and cargo volumes for a first quarter, together with $1.4 billion in total revenues during the three-month period, marking a year-on-year increase of 27 percent.

Condor To Connect Kalamata, Greece, With German Cities Via New Flight

This summer, Condor will launch a new route to Kalamata from the German cities of Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and Stuttgart.
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GTP’s Guide to Tourism Education in Greece

GTP Special on Tourism Education in Greece.

ECTAA: Still No Refund For Spanair And Malev Customers

“A solution to the bankruptcies of airlines is vital,” the Hellenic Association of Travel and Tourist Agencies (HATTA) said last month citing a statement released by the European Travel Agents and Tour Operators Associations (ECTAA), whose members include HATTA, in regards to the...

Memorial

The Greek tourism industry said goodbye last month to two of its prominent members. Anastasios Stylianopoulos and Panagiotis Zerzivilis were two leading figures that both had a vision and a passion for the sector they served.

Volcanic Ash Outcome On Tourism

From 15 April until 21 April a total of 1,177 flights to and from Greek airports were canceled due to the volcanic ash cloud from Ireland, according to Civil Aviation Authority data.

Airline Industry Performance Improving

The airline industry turned the corner in June, according to Giovanni Bisignani, IATA`s Director General and CEO. "Although we are still well below where we were at the same time last year, travelers are returning," he said. "We expect that traffic recovery will intensify through...

Tourism Crisis Not Critical

European Union travel agencies may be suffering somewhat financially, but for the moment the repercussions from the September terrorism attack are not near as bad as first anticipated, said Carl Axel Rheborg, president of ECTAA, which is the group of national agents and tour...