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Greece a Top Choice for UK Holidaymakers Ready to Travel

More than half of UK travelers are planning a trip abroad in the next 12 months with Greece among their top choices, says data released by the Association of British Travel Agents.

Greece Among Most Popular Tourism Destinations for UK Travelers in 2022

Greece is among the top 5 overseas destinations UK travelers plan to visit in 2022, according to ABTA.

Covid-19: Opening Borders an Immediate Priority for Travel, Say Agency Trade Associations

Five travel agency trade associations are calling on government leaders to make the opening of borders a priority for the restart of international travel.

ABTA: Greece in Top 10 Destinations for UK Travelers in 2021

Greece is among the top 10 overseas destinations UK travelers plan to visit in 2021, according to ABTA.

Brits Looking Towards Greece for 2021 Spring, Summer Travel

Despite a general hesitation for travel in the post-Covid-19 era, British travelers are showing an interest in spending their holidays in Greece next year, according to ABTA.

ABTA: UK Outbound Travel Significant for Greek Tourism

Greece ranks among the 10 countries with the highest aggregate GVA generated from UK outbound travel, according to a report by ABTA.

ABTA Calls for Tourism Recovery in a More Responsible Way – Report

The travel industry must be rebuilt in a more responsible way in the aftermath of the Covid-19 pandemic, according to the Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA).

UK’s STA Travel Ceases Trading Due to Covid-19 Pandemic

STA Travel, a UK-based youth travel company, has ceased trading due to the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the global travel industry.

Greece Tables Brexit Regulations Bill in Parliament

The Greek Foreign Ministry has tabled a bill in parliament revising the regulatory framework and covering details with regard to the UK’s exit from the EU.

Tourism to Britain Sees Upward Trend Despite Brexit

Tourism to the UK has been on an upward trend over the last year with forecasts for a 6.6 percent rise in spending by tourists despite Brexit.

ABTA: Consumers Still Set on Spending for Holidays Despite Instability, Brexit

Consumers are still set on spending their savings on travel despite political instability and Brexit, according to the Travel Trends Report 2020 released by ABTA.

ABTA: Brits Plan to Stop by Greece in Next 12 Months

British travelers have a soft spot for Greece with 13 percent planning to visit in the next 12 months, a study by ABTA reveals.

Greece Lifts Partial Ban on Notorious Quad Bikes

A partial ban on the notorious quad bikes, seen in dozens roaming the Greeks islands during the summer months, has been lifted.

Rhapsody Travel Receives ‘Travelife’ Certification for Sustainability

Rhapsody Travel has been honored with the Travelife Certified Award for its long-term commitment to sustainability and corporate social responsibility.

ABTA Elects Alistair Rowland as New Chairman

The Association of British Travel Agents (ABTA) has elected Alistair Rowland, Chief Retail Officer of Mid-Counties Co-operative Ltd, as its new chairman.

UK Prime Minister to Step Down as Brexit Saga Keeps Brits Home for the Holidays 

British Prime Minister Theresa May has announced that she would be stepping down from her post in June, following inner-party pressure to reach a viable Brexit solution.

Peloponnese Tourism Professionals Working to Create the Arcadia Riviera

Actions are underway to put dozens of Kynouria's small mountain and coastal villages on the tourism map, while creating experiences that will bring tourists back to Arcadia.

ABTA: New Brexit Deadline Creates Confidence for Summer Travel

The extension granted to British Prime Minister Theresa May for Brexit by October 31, has provided travelers with confidence, according to ABTA.

Bloomberg: Greece Working to Keep UK Travelers Coming After Brexit

The Greek government is reportedly taking measures ahead of a no-deal Brexit, in efforts to facilitate incoming tourism from the UK.

IATA: Travel Up in the Air After Brexit Deal Rebuffed

Travel may be affected after UK lawmakers turned down Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit agreement, according to the International Air Transport Association (IATA).