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Jet2 Suspends Flights and Holidays to Greece Until 2021

UK package holiday specialist Jet2 has suspended all flights and holidays to Crete and Rhodes in Greece until 2021, due to Britain's Covid-19 lockdown.

Celestyal Cruises Offers Complimentary Travel Insurance

Celestyal Cruises will provide complimentary travel insurance for new, individual bookings made through to November 30, for sailings during March-June 2021.

Study: Greek Tourism Sees Severe Losses in the ‘New Normal’

Greek tourism revenue and employment have been hit hard by Covid-19, according to “The New Normal – Short- & Long-term Effects” study by Ira Media.

New Celestyal Experience Ship to Debut March 2021

Celestyal Cruises, as of March 6, 2021, will set sail for the Greek Islands and the Eastern Mediterranean with its "Experience" ship, the newest addition to its fleet.

Ministry’s Tourist Guide Schools Attract 2,880 Applications

Greece’s five tourist guide schools this year accepted a total of 2,880 applications, which shows the increasing demand for tourism education in the country.

SWISS Continues to Grow its Presence in Greek Market

Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS) maintains its strong presence in the Greek market, conducting almost 60 weekly flights to and from Greece.

‘Run Greece’ Series of Events Canceled for 2020

The running events of Run Greece 2020, scheduled to take place in seven Greek cities in September and October, have been canceled due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Condor to Extend Services from Kalamata to Munich and Dusseldorf

Condor Airlines will extend its routes from Kalamata, Greece, to Munich and Dusseldorf in Germany, until November.

Travelers Share Their Love for Rhodes via New Campaign

Travelers from all over the world are sharing their love for Rhodes in a new digital campaign that aims to attract new visitors to the island.

International Music Festivals Taking Place on Rhodes

The island of Rhodes, this summer will host two international music festivals as part of its efforts to enrich its tourism product and enhance the travel experience of visitors.

Campaign Invites the Greeks to Discover… Greece!

Aiming to boost domestic travel, Marketing Greece has launched a campaign that introduces Greece's popular and lesser-known destinations to Greek travelers.

Lufthansa Group: 152 Weekly Flights to Greek Destinations

The Lufthansa Group is now offering 152 weekly flights to popular destinations in Greece including Athens, Thessaloniki and the Greek islands.

Paros Voted Best Island in Europe for 2020

Paros in Greece has been voted as Europe's best island for 2020 by the readers of Travel + Leisure (T+L).

Minister to Visit Regional Airports as Greek Tourism Opens

Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis on Wednesday will visit the regional airports of Corfu, Mykonos, Rhodes and Heraklion on Crete.

Lufthansa to Connect Rhodes and Corfu with Munich for Summer 2020

Lufthansa will launch services from Munich to the Greek islands of Corfu and Rhodes for the 2020 summer season.

Amada Colossos Resort on Rhodes is Ready to Open on July 9

The five-star Amada Colossos Resort on Rhodes will launch its operations on July 9 under strict health and safety protocols.

Cyprus Airways: Flights to Greece, Switzerland, Israel on Summer Program

Cyprus Airways has announced flights from Larnaca, Cyprus, to five destinations in Greece, as well as to Switzerland and Israel for the summer of 2020.

Cyprus Airways to Fly to 5 Greek Airports in Summer 2020

Cyprus Airways will resume flights to Athens as of June 9 and to another four airports in Greece as of July.

Condor Gets Ready to Fly to 14 Greek Destinations

German leisure airline Condor, this summer will be flying from Germany to 14 popular holiday destinations in Greece.

Rhodes: One of the Safest Tourism Destinations in the World – Message from Vice Mayor

"Rhodes remains one of the most popular and safest tourist destinations in the world," says the island's Vice Mayor of Tourism Konstantinos S. Taraslias.