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Tripoli Military Airfield To Operate As Civil Airport In 2015

As of next year the Civil Aviation Authority will have partial use of the military airfield in Tripoli (Peloponnese), Greece, to service passenger traffic, according to a joint ministerial decision signed by the ministers of Defense, Dimitris Avramopoulos, and Infrastructure,...
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Kalamata, Santorini, Heraklion Champions In Tourist Arrivals

The arrivals of foreign tourists at the airports around Greece recorded an important increase, according to the first (temporary) data for September 2013.
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The Peloponnese Region Launches New Tourism Campaign

The Peloponnese Region aims to expand its tourism season to seven months over the next three years and in gradual stages become an all year round destination, according to the region’s new tourism development strategic plan.

Peloponnese Promoted To UK Market

Fourteen tour operators from the UK that plan to expand activities in Greece were introduced to the southern Greece region of the Peloponnese during a familiarization trip organized 30 September to 10 October 2012.

Navarino Dunes Project In Final Phase

The Navarino Dunes resort, part of one of the biggest investment projects under construction in the Messinia region in the southwest Peloponnese at a cost of some 550 million euros, will welcome its first visitors in May 2010, according to Achileas Konstantakopoulos, CEO of...

Hellas Wings Accepts Delivery Of New Aircraft

Local air taxi operator Hellas Wings recently took delivery of a new Jetstream 31. The twin-engine business aircraft is one of the most popular in the air taxi industry. It has an air speed of 429 kilometers per hour and a non-stop range of 1,852 kilometers. The medium-range prop...
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