connect with us
A Service by: GREEK TRAVEL PAGES
 

UK Votes EU Away, Fears of Domino Effect Linger

Europe appears to be shocked at the decision of UK citizens to leave the EU voting by 51.9 percent for an exit while conservative parties across the 28-member bloc are now calling for referendums in their countries placing European unity at risk.

Brexit: Travel and Tourism Legislation to Remain Unchanged for Now

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) said on Friday that travel to, from and within the EU and UK will not be affected in the short term. The statement came after Britain voted to leave the European Union in a referendum on June 23.

Europe’s Airports Call for EU and UK Aviation Markets to Remain Integrated

Taking note of the results of the UK referendum on EU membership, European airport trade body, ACI EUROPE, has called for the EU and UK aviation markets to remain fully integrated in the future – to safeguard and promote vital air connectivity for consumers as well as continued...

ABTA: How will ‘Brexit’ Affect Your Holiday? – Q&A

The Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) has released a very useful Q&A that provides answers to questions regarding the impact of "Brexit" on travel plans.

Greece: Last Minute Bookings May ‘Pay’ Brexit Price

The president of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), Andreas Andreadis, expects last minute bookings to Greece to be affected from the United Kingdom's vote to leave the European Union.

Hey Traveler, After UK EU Dropout Think About This…

Brexit and its repercussions is all over the news after last Thursday’s decision by UK voters to leave the EU behind and go it alone. But what can a traveler to much-loved London and other British destinations now expect?

Piraeus Chamber Wary of Brexit Backlash on Greek Tourism, Trade

The dwindling rate of the British pound and the possibility of imposed customs duties may impact foreign trade between Greece and the UK, leading to a potential loss of some 2.3 billion euros and of 2 billion euros in tourism, the Piraeus Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PPCI)...

SETE: Brexit Expected to Bring Changes in Greek Tourism

The United Kingdom's vote for Brexit creates new conditions for Greek tourism, according to the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE).

Canadean: UK Travel Industry Facing Years of Uncertainty in Wake of Brexit Vote

The consequences of the UK electorate’s decision to leave (or Brexit) the European Union (EU) following the country’s referendum on June 23 will be far-reaching for the entire EU travel market, according to consumer insight firm Canadean.

Alpha Bank: Brexit May Have Negative Impact on Greek Tourism

UK demand for Greek tourism services may be adversely affected if the rate of the British pound against the euro remains at a low level for a long time, according to Alpha Bank's weekly bulletin.

ETC: Will Greece Feel the Pinch of the Brexit in the Short-term?

The Brexit inevitably sparks tourism fears concerning air fares and the future of border travel, the European Travel Commission (ETC) notes in its latest report “European Tourism – Trends & Prospects” (Q2/2016).

WTM London 2016: Brexit Brings Exclusive Delegate Discounts on Accommodation, Flights

With the UK Pound Sterling at a record low following the Brexit vote, the move to a three-day event, plus exclusive delegate discounts on accommodation and flights, it has never been cheaper to do business at WTM London 2016.

UNWTO: International Tourism On the Up

Despite challenges in Europe and around the world, people have not been discouraged from travelling, says the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO).

SETE: 2016 Greek Tourism Depends on Road Arrivals, Developments in Turkey

Greece's tourism progress this year heavily depends upon arrivals by road and developments in Turkey, the president of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), Andreas Andreadis, told journalists during a media briefing on Thursday.

EU, Canada Agree on Free Trade, Sign Deal

A free trade deal between the EU and Canada set to create jobs and boost growth was inked on Sunday. Known as CETA, the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement, paves the way for the majority of import duties to be removed early next year.

WTM 2016: Brexit Will Hit Inbound and Outbound Markets – But Trade Is Resilient, Say Bosses

Countries around the world will see a decline in visitors from the UK as Brits feel the pinch following the referendum vote, according to experts in a debate on Brexit, held during the first day of the World Travel Market (WTM) London on Monday.

Greece @ WTM London 2016 – Photo Report by the Greek Travel Pages (GTP)

Greece received messages of confidence from the British travel market during the 37th World Travel Market (WTM), held November 7-9 on the fairgrounds of ExCeL in London.

EU Leaders Sign Rome Declaration: ‘Europe is our Common Future’

Celebrating the 60th anniversary of their founding treaty, EU leaders signed the Rome Declaration, which proclaimed "Europe is our common future."

Ryanair Urges UK to Secure Flying Rights with EU Ahead of Brexit

Ryanair has called on the UK government to put aviation at the forefront of its negotiations with the EU and provide a coherent post-Brexit plan.

Historic Moment for Europe: UK Triggers Article 50 and Begins Brexit Process

On Wednesday, March 29, UK Prime Minister Theresa May triggered Article 50 of the Lisbon Treaty, officially launching Britain's exit from the EU.
12