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IATA: Three Proposals to Unlock Potential of Greece’s Aviation Market

Greece is emerging in Europe’s aviation market and if it plays its cards right, can ensure robust performance in the immediate future, says IATA.

Digital Technology Delivers Far More than Cost Savings for Airports, Says Report

The potential of digital technologies within the airport environment are explored in a study titled “Airport Digital Transformation”, conducted by Arthur D. Little and commissioned by Amadeus.

Study: 72% Of The Greeks To Vacation In The Homeland In 2014

A study on the travel tendencies in Europe showed that an estimated 72 percent of the Greeks plan to vacation in a destination of their own country this year.

Study: Greece Lags Behind In Online Activity For Travel

A relatively low proportion of enterprises in Greece are using e-commerce to connect to potential customers, according to an Oxford Economics study entitled "The Impact of Online Content on European Tourism," recently presented in Athens.

Finance Minister: Tourism Has Contributed Significantly To Greece’s Economy

"The Greek economy has entered a new phase," Greek Finance Minister Yiannis Stournaras said on 21 October while delivering a speech on the first day of the Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises’ (SETE) 12th Tourism & Development Conference in Athens.

Study: Athens Airport Contributes Significantly To National Economy

Athens International Airport (AIA) contributes an annual total added value of 5.1 billion euros, corresponding to 2.63 percent of Greece’s GDP, according to a study conducted by the Athens University of Economics and Business.

Amadeus Puts Passengers First In New Global Study

"Passengers first: re-thinking irregular operations," a new PhoCusWright report commissioned by Amadeus takes a detailed look at the full impact delays and cancellations can have on a passenger’s journey.
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Greece In German Preferences But There Is Room For Improvement

Entrepreneurship with professionalism, the special ability of cooperation and having a strong profile are among the strategic success factors for Greek tourism, according to a study conducted by the the Westküste University of Applied Sciences in Germany.