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AirBaltic Extends Athens – Riga Seasonal Routes to December

AirBaltic is extending its seasonal routes between Riga and Athens until December 1, aiming to meet the increasing demand for travel between the two countries.

AirBaltic Orders Up to 60 Bombardier CS300 Aircraft

AirBaltic has signed an agreement with Bombardier Commercial Aircraft for the purchase of 30 CS300 aircraft, with options for an additional 30 aircraft.

MCE Central & Eastern Europe 2017

The MCE Central & Eastern Europe forum offers the perfect mix of pre-scheduled face-to-face meetings, educational sessions presented by industry opinion leaders, plenty of networking opportunities and social events.

airBaltic Launches New Route Between Riga and Rhodes, Greece

Latvian airline airBaltic on Friday launched a new route between Riga and the Greek island of Rhodes.

airBaltic to Launch Routes from Riga to Thessaloniki and Rhodes in Summer 2015

airBaltic, Latvia's national airline, has announced new routes connecting Riga with Thessaloniki and Rhodes as of this June.

Athens International Airport Reveals 10% Passenger Traffic Increase

Athens International Airport announced another record-breaking year with a total of 16.5 million passengers in 2007, an impressive 10 percent increase from its 15.1 million passengers in 2006. There was an eight percent increase in the number of flights that for the first time...

Tourism Organization Warns Against Unnecessary Health Scare

The WTO is to meet with the World Health Organization to combat the looming threat of an avian flu epidemic, which could have a serious impact on international tourism. "We must ensure that people are not deterred from traveling without good reason," said WTO Secretary-General...

Forty-nine New Hellenic Tourism Organization Offices Planned

The tourism ministry is planning to establish 49 new Hellenic Tourism Organization offices around the world, in addition to the current 23 international offices, Tourism Development Minister Dimitris Avramopoulos said during a press conference called last month.