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Athens Airport Among Best in Southern Europe for 2021

Athens International Airport ranks fifth on the list of the “Best Airports in Southern Europe for 2021” that was recently released by Skytrax.

May 2021 Flight and Passenger Traffic to Greece Improves

Incoming passenger traffic through Greece’s airports picked up this May marking a 673.4% increase compared to the same month in 2020.

Covid-19 Still Keeps Passenger Traffic Down at Athens Airport

The Covid-19 pandemic and global travel restrictions in March kept passenger traffic at Athens International Airport below last year's levels.

INSETE: Greek Tourism 2020 Performance in Numbers

The INSETE research body has released data showing the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Greece's tourism industry in 2020.

Rebuilding Air Connectivity: Routes and ACI World Partner to Help Airports

Routes and ACI World have partnered to provide guidance for airports at a world level to help them recover from the Covid-19 crisis.

Passenger Traffic Down by 81% at European Airports

Passenger traffic at European airports has decreased by 81 percent as a result of quarantine-based travel restrictions, ACI Europe said.

Covid-19: Athens Airport was Resilient in Q3, says ACI Europe Report

Athens Airport managed to show signs of resilience in the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic achieving a smaller third quarter (Q3) decline compared to other airports in the region.

Covid-19: Athens Airport Scores High for Safe Travel

Athens International Airport (AIA) is in the top 10 of the world's safest airports on the Safe Travel Score for October 2020.

Berlin Gets New Airport After Tegel Goes Down in History

Berlin recently opened its new Berlin Brandenburg Airport - 'Willy Brandt' after years of delays and is ready to say goodbye to Tegel airport.

Almost 200 European Airports May Face Insolvency Due to Crisis in Air Travel

Almost 200 airports may face insolvency in the coming months if passenger traffic does not start to recover by year end, according to ACI Europe.

ACI Gives Alternatives to Physical Distancing at Airport Security Checkpoints

ACI World has designed 11 alternative measures to physical distancing in order to keep air passengers and staff safe and checkpoints moving when traffic increases.

Air France Updates Flight Schedule for November, December

Air France has announced that it will operate 50 percent of its flight schedule planned for November and December.

Airports: Vanishing Traffic, Collapsing Revenues – Analysis

The global airport industry is confronted with vanishing traffic and collapsing revenues as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, an ACI World analysis reveals.

Air France to Connect Paris with the Caribbean in the Winter

Air France will increase its services to the Caribbean from Paris' Charles de Gaulle and Orly airports in the winter.

Study: Tourists Ready to Travel, If Safety Measures Are in Place

The majority of travelers are ready to consider booking domestic and international trips, but only if safety measures are in place, a study by Travelport reveals. Released by Travelport, the study found that at all parts of the travel journey, it is deemed criti

Minister to Visit Regional Airports as Greek Tourism Opens

Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis on Wednesday will visit the regional airports of Corfu, Mykonos, Rhodes and Heraklion on Crete.

Cyprus Airways: Flights to Greece, Switzerland, Israel on Summer Program

Cyprus Airways has announced flights from Larnaca, Cyprus, to five destinations in Greece, as well as to Switzerland and Israel for the summer of 2020.

More Airlines Added to EU Air Safety List

All airlines certified in Armenia have been added to the EU Air Safety List, which includes airlines subject to an operating ban or operational restrictions within the EU.

Passengers Through Europe’s Airports Down by 106m in March due to Covid-19

Europe’s airports lost 106 million passengers in March due to the Covid-19 outbreak, according to figures released by ACI Europe.

Europe’s Hard-hit Aviation Industry Calls on EU to ‘Act Now’

Europe’s aviation stakeholders are ringing alarm bells calling on EU lawmakers to take action now and protect the industry as the Covid-19 crisis pushes ahead.