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Crete: Tourists See Chania as Safe Destination

Tourists see Chania as a safe destination and a possible vacation option for the near future, according to a survey by the Tourism Observatory of Western Crete.

Study: Western Crete Winning Over Families, Repeat Travelers

Western Crete appears to be an attractive holiday choice for families and repeat travelers while all-inclusive options are losing ground, according to findings released by the University of Crete.

Western Crete Study Sees Rise in Traveler Satisfaction, Numbers

Travelers to Western Crete appear to be satisfied with restaurant services, accommodation, local hospitality and transport, according to a recent study.

Heraklion Home-porting Boosts Cruise Passenger Traffic by 39%

Thanks to increasing home-porting actions, the Cretan town of Heraklion marked a 39 percent rise in cruise traveler numbers in 2018 against 2017.

Travelers Give Chania Thumbs Up for Hospitality, Safety

Visitors to Crete give Chania thumbs up for its hospitality, local products and hotels but are not satisfied with the infrastructure and cleanliness, an annual survey reveals.

Marketing Greece Launches Tourism Partnership with Chania’s Hoteliers

Marketing Greece has launched a “Tourism Partnership for Chania” by joining forces with the Chania Hotels Association and Fraport Greece – the manager of Chania Airport.

Primera Air Ceases Activity, Hundreds of Passengers Affected

Danish budget airline Primera Air, which also served a number of Greek destinations, declared bankruptcy leaving passengers stranded around the world.

Four Out of Europe’s Top 10 Worst Airports are in Greece

Four out of the 10 airports in Europe voted as being the worst in 2016 are in Greece, according to travel site sleepinginairports.net.

Ryanair To Offer More Flights From Chania To Thessaloniki, Athens

Low cost carrier Ryanair has announced that it will increase its flights from Chania, Crete, to Thessaloniki and Athens.

June-July 2014: Aegean Registers Growth In Int’l Passenger Traffic At Greek Airports

Aegean Airlines has registered significant growth in international passenger traffic at the Greek airports of Thessaloniki, Chania, Heraklio and Rhodes during the two summer months of June and July.

Ryanair To Fly To Chania, Crete, From Dublin Next Year

Ryanair recently announced it will add more routes next year, including one from Dublin, Ireland, to Chania on Crete, Greece.