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Greece Moves Ahead with Biometric Border Management System

Greece is planning to implement a biometric border management system that will record all crossings at ports, airports and border check points.

ASN: 2019 One of the Safest Years Ever for Commercial Aviation

Τhe year 2019 was one of the safest ever for commercial aviation, according to the Aviation Safety Network (ASN).

ERA: EU’s Flight Compensation Rule Impacting Smaller Carriers

The European Regions Airline Association (ERA) is re-examining an EU legislation covering issues of compensation for travelers, claiming it is impacting smaller carriers.

Athens to Host 2019 Convention of European Airshow Council

Athens, for the first time, will host the annual convention of the European Airshow Council, which will run between February 28 and March 2.

Athens City Issues Top Agenda of Hoteliers-Mayoral Candidate Talks

Safety and cleanliness in Athens were among the main issues discussed between the city's hotel association and Kostas Bakoyannis, who is running for mayor.

EU Passengers Getting Compensation, but ‘Still Need to Fight for It’

EU legislation safeguarding passenger rights is considered a success, but securing compensation remains a struggle, according to the Association of Passenger Rights Advocates (APRA).

‘Chauffeur Greece’ Puts Safety First for Passengers

Aiming to offer high-quality luxury transport services, Chauffeur Greece recently ran an educational program on driving safety for its drivers.

New US Travel Advisory Says Greece Safe Destination

Greece is among the world’s safest destinations, according to a new travel advisory system assessing security conditions for American holidaymakers, announced by the US State Department.

Greece Condemns Deadly Paris Attack

“Democracy cannot be intimidated,” the Greek foreign ministry said in a message to the French people condemning the terror attack on Thursday, April 20.

Christmas Marred by Terror after Berlin, Ankara Strikes

Less than a week before Christmas, and alarm is on red yet again across Europe after two terror strikes on Monday, in Ankara and Berlin left dozens injured or dead, including the Russian ambassador to Turkey.

UNWTO: Visa-free Travel on the Rise

The number of tourists traveling the world visa-free is growing, paving the way for further growth of the sector, the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) reports.