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Hellenic Seaplanes: Volos Waterway Expected To Operate In April 2014

Greek company Hellenic Seaplanes recently got the go-ahead from the Volos Port Authority to apply for a license in perpetuity to operate the waterway that exists at the city’s port.
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New Greek Law Simplifies Licensing For Seaplanes

Waterway investments may finally begin to proceed in Greece and seaplanes allowed to operate in Greek waters without hassle as specific rules for their licensing and operation are included in a bill that was recently approved by the Greek Parliament.

Seaplanes To Make A Comeback

The Infrastructures, Transports and Networks Ministry announced last month its intention to establish waterways in Greece and attract seaplane companies to strengthen the transport of Greece’s border areas.

Aviation Chamber Sought To Tackle Problems

The establishment of an aviation chamber and the development of Greece’s general aviation to the benefit of areas where Greek regional airports are located are two issues that must be seen to immediately, according to the common conclusion of speakers at the fifth scientific...

New Seaplanes Connect Volos to Athens & Sporades

New seaplane carrier Argo Airways (a member of Kanapitsa Group) is expected to commence twice daily flights from the port of Volos to Athen's Flisvos Marina this month and extend its routes to Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos and Thessaloniki later in the summer.