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Travel Giant TUI Schedules First Greece Arrivals in March 2022

Travel giant TUI has agreed to schedule the first tourist arrivals to Greek destinations in March 2022.

WTM London: Decision Makers from Over 80 Countries Join Buyers’ Club

Representatives from over 80 countries have signed up to the Buyers’ Club at WTM London, the leading travel trade show scheduled to take place in London, in November.

Facilitating Greece – Germany Summer Travel Tops Ministers’ Talks

Ways to enable travel between Greece and Germany topped the agenda of talks between the tourism ministers of the two countries.

EU Approves €1.25bn German State Aid for TUI

The European Commission has approved German plans to contribute with up to 1.25 billion euros to the recapitalization of TUI AG.

TUI Group Announces Resignation of George Dimas

TUI Group has announced that George Dimas is resigning as the company's head of TUI Musement in Greece and a member of the Board of Directors of TUI Hellas to pursue other opportunities.

TUI Sees ‘Light at the End of the Tunnel’, Summer 2021 Bookings Up By 3%

With travel bookings for next summer already up by 3%, TUI Group is preparing for a new start in 2021 after the Covid-19 crisis year 2020.

TUI Sees ‘Very Promising’ Bookings for Summer 2021

Hanover-based TUI Group is seeing demand for travel returning and reported a 145 percent rise in bookings for summer 2021.

TUI Ready for Travel but Needs to Cut Costs

TUI is ready to resume travel activities and due to the Covid-19 crisis has decided to move ahead with a global realignment of its plan and to cut costs.

TUI to Receive KfW Bridge Loan of €1.8bn

Travel giant TUI received the approval of the German government for a bridging loan of 1.8 billion euros from the KfW, to cushion the unprecedented effects of the coronavirus pandemic.

TUI Suspends Vast Majority of Travel Operations Due to Coronavirus

Travel giant TUI is suspending the vast majority of all travel operations until further notice - including package travel, cruises and hotel operations - due to the coronavirus outbreak.

TUI Group Announces New Sustainability Director

TUI Group has appointed Charlotte WWiebe as its new sustainability director.

Experts Urging Tourism Stakeholders to Lead Climate Change Battle

Scientists and environmental experts are calling on the tourism industry to take the lead in addressing the climate change challenge and work harder towards a carbon-free sector.

Atlantica Amalthia Beach Hotel to Open in Summer 2020 for Adults Only

The Atlantica Amalthia Beach Hotel on Crete will open in summer 2020 as an adults-only resort, under the management of Atlantica Hotels & Resorts.

Greek Tourism Minister Holds Key Talks at WTM London 2019

On the sidelines of WTM London 2019, Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis met with airlines and travel groups interested in boosting their presence in Greece.

Stakeholders Call for ‘Transport and Tourism’ Portfolio in European Commission

Fifty European tourism stakeholders are calling for the European Commission to create a “Transport and Tourism” portfolio.

TUI Aims to Fill ‘Gap’ Thomas Cook Left in Greek Hotels

TUI is looking to pick up the pieces from the collapse of Thomas Cook, which left behind thousands of stranded tourists and lost hotel bookings in many countries, including Greece.

Brexit Doubts, 737 MAX Grounding Keep TUI Outlook Steady

Brexit uncertainty, aviation overcapacity to Spain, and delayed summer bookings appear to have taken a toll on TUI Group’s third quarter results.

TUI Expects to Bring 3 Million Tourists to Greece in 2019

With Greece ranking among its two most important destinations for travel in 2019, TUI expects to bring more than 3 million customers to the country this year from all across Europe.

TUI-Atlantica Joint Venture Opens New High-end Resort on Kos

Kos has welcomed the opening of the TUI SENSIMAR Atlantica Belvedere Resort & Spa by joint venture partners, travel giant TUI Group and hotel group Atlantica

IATA Expects Boeing 737 MAX to Remain Grounded Until August

Boeing’s fastest-selling aircraft, the 737 MAX 8, is most likely to remain grounded until August the earliest, according to estimates by the International Air Transport Association (IATA).