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Viewpoint – Regional Airports: All for One and One for All

"Australia has the most successful concession model in the world... In the Greek case, the country’s three busiest airports -- Thessaloniki, Rhodes and Hania – are all being handed over to one investor with the government as the other competitor." - Opinion editorial by Takis...

Greek Government, Professionals Talk Tourism

The Greek Government and tourism professionals are seeing eye to eye on the importance of tourism for the country's economy, according to the outcome of a meeting that took place at the Maximos Mansion.

SETE Conference To Focus On Necessary Investments For Greek Tourism

The results of the latest study on Greek tourism, prepared by McKinsey & Company, will be presented at the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises’ (SETE) 12th Tourism & Development Conference that will take place 21-22 October 2013 at the Athenaeum Intercontinental Hotel in Athens.

Greek Government Gives Incentive To Restaurants To Drop Prices

The price of wining and dining out in Greece is expected to fall as the value added tax (VAT) reduction in the food service sector from 23 percent to 13 percent comes into effect on 1 August.

Lufthansa’s “Queen Of The Skies” Debuts At Athens International Airport

German carrier Lufthansa's "Queen of the Skies" or B747-8 aircraft, made its debut flight from Germany today, 18 June, and touched down at Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos."

VAT Cut For Greek Restaurants Expected This July

“On 1 July the VAT on food catering services will be reduced to 13 percent following negotiations of the Greek government with the troika,” the president of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises, Andreas Andreadis, said 25 April, after a meeting with Greek Development...