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Athens Among World’s Most Beautiful Cities to Explore by Night

Athens is on the list of the world’s most beautiful cities to explore by night, released by UK-based hotel chain Premier Inn.

KLM Slowly Restores European Network, Makes Masks Mandatory on Flights

KLM announced that it will gradually begin restoring its European network and that it is making face masks compulsory on board.

SWISS Adds New European Destinations to 2019 Summer Schedule

Swiss International Air Lines is adding Gdansk in Poland and Herinsdorf in Germany to its European route network for summer 2019.

Thebes Archaeological Museum Nominated for ‘EMYA 2018’ Award

The Archaeological Museum of Thebes, located in Greece, has been nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award (EMYA) 2018.

Air SERBIA To Expand Global Network With Six More Destinations

Air Serbia is offering more travel choices in the first half of 2014, with services being launched to six new destinations in Europe and the Middle East.
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LOT Announces Athens-Warsaw Route For Winter Period

LOT Polish Airlines has announced its winter flight schedule for service between Athens, Greece and Warsaw, Poland starting 28 October 2013.
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Ryanair Οpens Νew Hub Οn Chania, Crete

Irish low-cost airline Ryanair on Thursday, 25 April, opened its first Greek hub on Chania, Crete. Until October 2013, Chania Airport “Ioannis Daskalogiannis” will serve 26 European destinations with 106 flights per week and a total of 500,000 passengers.
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Aegean Presents New Flight Schedule

“Despite the four years of the crisis, Aegean has managed to increase its contribution to tourism by 54 percent, from 2.2 to 3.5 million passengers,” Aegean Airline’s vice-president, Eftichios Vassilakis, said on 25 April during a press conference held on Rhodes to present the...
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Hotel Chamber: Athens Tourism To Benefit From AIA-Aegean Airlines Cooperation

The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels applauded the joint initiatives launched recently by Athens International Airport (AIA) and Aegean Airlines that aim to boost tourism in Athens and have a beneficial outcome for Greece's entire tourism industry this year.

Athens Airport And Aegean Airlines Join Forces To Support Athens Aviation Market

Athens International Airport (AIA) and Aegean Airlines recently announced joint initiatives for the summer season 2013 that aim to create a favorable framework in the aviation market of Athens and further enhance passenger traffic.

Tourism Off To a Good Start

Tourism Development Minister Fanni Palli-Petralia expressed her optimism for the summer at a recent press conference where she explained how this May has been the most successful one in recent years. This substantiates her claims that Greece has now become a "preferred...

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.