A tourism event in Ankara that will include B2B meetings between Greek tourism professionals and Turkish enterprises is under consideration, according to a recent announcement made by the Embassy of Greece in Ankara, Turkey.
“Turkish Airlines aims to make Thessaloniki a global city,” the airline’s director in Thessaloniki, Utku Yazan, said today, Thursday, 31 January, during the airline’s renewal of the Memorandum of Understanding* with the Thessaloniki Hotels Association.
Thessaly will be promoted to new markets and Japan is first on the list, according to an agreement between the region's governor Kostas Agorastos and the general director of Turkish Airlines in Athens, Gulay Ozturk.
The 4th Aviation Career Day will take place Sunday, 24 February, at the Hotel Athenaeum Intercontinental in Athens. The event is addressed to individuals who are interested to pursue a professional career in the aviation sector
Promoting the Argolida Region as a tourism destination to passengers of Turkish Airlines was discussed, during a recent meeting held between vice-regional governor, Anastasios Chividopoulos, and the general director of Turkish Airlines in Athens, Gulay Ozturk.
Greece's absence from the US market has led the country to lose a share of tourism revenue from some 290 billion dollars, which is the amount American tourists spend on their holidays annually, according to the Hellenic-American Chamber of Tourism.
Travel agents from Russia and eight countries from Asia and the Middle East recently experienced Greece's 5-star hotels, major sights and discovered the many options Greece offers as a tourism destination.
A group of Indian travel agents were recently introduced to Chalkidiki by the area's tourism organization within the framework of a familiarization trip to Thessaloniki organized by ASIT (Anatolia Splendid Incoming Travel) Greece and Turkish Airlines.
After last year's record 17.92 million arrivals, the momentum is continuing. Greece should expect another record year in tourism, according to recently released data on the expected passenger traffic at the country's airports in 2014.
The annual general assembly of the Hellenic Association of Travel & Tourist Agencies (HATTA) will open next week with interesting announcements and a number of important topics on the international and Greek tourism industry and travel agency sector.
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