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Late Bookings to Greece are Bouncing Back ‘Slowly But Steadily’

The numbers of late bookings to Greece are bouncing back, slowly but steadily, the general manager of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), Alexandros Lamnidis, said in an interview to CNBC.

SETE on CNBC: ‘We Believe in the Euro’

Alexandros Lamnidis, general manager of the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE), told CNBC on Tuesday that SETE wants Greece to remain a member of the currency union.

CNBC Says Greece is the Word This Summer

Despite ongoing media reports focusing on Greece’s tightrope-styled political undertakings, American TV news channel CNBC focused instead last week on Greece as an ideal holiday destination in great part due to the friendlier exchange rate.

Etihad Airways Screens Live News And Sport In-Flight

Etihad Airways has transformed in-flight entertainment options with the introduction of eight live television channels that broadcast live news and sport.

Kefalogianni Promotes Greece On CNN, Bloomberg & CNBC

Visitor numbers to Greece are stronger than ever despite the country's economic woes, Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni told major media networks during the World Travel Market 2013 international fair in London, UK (4-7 November).
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Greek Tourism Minister To Travel To U.S., Canada

Greek Tourism Minister Olga Kefalogianni will take an official trip to the United States and Canada as of Sunday, 2 June, to promote Greece in the North American market.

40 Million Euro Greek Tourism Ad Campaign Launched

With distinct hopes of breaking last year's record number of tourism arrivals (up 10 percent over the year before), Greece launched its 40-million-euro advertising campaign (run by the consortium Ashley & Holmes Athens/Karamella) at a gala dinner last month. The campaign,...

Greek 60 Million-euro Tourism Promotion Campaign Well Underway

Greece's tourism promotion campaign steams ahead in both Europe and the USA. The first phase of the 60-million-euro campaign has been completed and the second phase is now in full force.