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Traffic Through Greek Airports Hits Historic High in 2018

A total of 63.7 million travelers went through Greek airports on 532,631 flights in 2018, marking a historic high, according to the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA).

Athens Airport Traffic Breaks Record with Over 24 Million Passengers in 2018

Passenger traffic at Athens International Airport (AIA) reached a new record in 2018 at 24.14 million, which is up by 11 percent compared to 2017.

Ministry Urges STASY to Reinstate Direct Athens Airport Metro Service

The Greek transport ministry is calling for Urban Rail Transport Company STASY to reinstate a metro route that takes commuters directly to the Athens Airport.

AIA Hosts ‘Images of Athens’ Exhibition from Benaki Museum

Athens International Airport (AIA) is hosting an exhibition titled “Images of Athens from Benaki Museum’s Photographic Archives” until July 15.

Athens Airport Honored for Marketing Strategy

Athens International Airport has received honors for an actual mystery novel it distributed as part of its "Aviation marketing delivered in a novel way" B2B campaign.

Aegean, Olympic Cancel Jan. 8 Flights Due to Strike

Due tomorrow's 24-hour strike by civil aviation employees at Greece’s regional airports, Aegean Airlines and Olympic Air announce the cancellation of the following January 8 flights.

Disruptions at Greece’s Regional Airports Due to Friday Strike

Travelers flying across Greece will be forced to re-schedule as regional airports will be facing disruptions on Friday, January 8, due to 24-hour strike called by the Federation οf Associations οf Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority.

Airport To Connect With Piraeus Port Via Metro

The contract for the 7.6 kilometer extension of Metro line 3 on the Haidari-Piraeus section that will include six brand new stations was signed last month, according to Attiko Metro S.A.

New Accessibility Plan Promises Tourism for All

Preparations for the Olympic and Paralympic Games in 2004 jumpstarted the long-needed improvements to make Greece, and Athens in particular, more accessible to people with special needs. Ongoing initiatives for improved access are being made through the Ministry of Environment's...