Aegean Airlines has announced a drastic curtailment of scheduled flights abroad and in Greece by the end of April.
The COVID-19 outbreak leveling serious repercussions on Greece’s tourism industry. Thousands of jobs are at risk as because of the pandemic.
Greek Finance Minister Christos Staikouras has announced new measures to support Greece tourism in the wake of the impacts of COVID-19.
IATA now sees 2020 global revenue losses for passenger business at between $63 billion and $113 billion. There are no figures for cargo.
Naoussa, Greece and Saranda, Albania among Tripadvisors Travelers’ Choice trending and emerging destinations for 2020.
Unforgettable Greece launches a competition for International Women’s Day on March 8th called “Unforgettable Woman.”
Crete is to be the backdrop for a huge visibility campaign for the all-new Skoda Octavia campaign starting in mid-March, 2020.
According to Check24, Crete island attracts the second-largest share of German travelers booking island destinations for 2020 so far.
All across Crete Island people will celebrate “Apokries” with colorful carnival events culminating on “Clean Monday.”
World Bank says reunification of Cyprus would see the income of both Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriot increase by 7%.
According to news from the European Commission, forecasts for the Greek economy are likely to be revised upwards. This, highlighted news the commission is considering the country for eligibility for a part of a huge green fund for investing in sustainability. The EU Commissioner for Economy recently presented the Commission’s European “Green Deal,” an investment-growth […]
Greece recently won “Best Global Destination” at the Reisgraag Travel Awards, based on reviews by Dutch travelers booking 2020 trips.
AEGEAN set a new passenger traffic record with over 15 million passengers and a 7% increase in total passenger traffic for 2019.
Just maybe, 2020 will be the year Greece sets sail for a sustainable economy and future. It all depends on Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis.
The National Observatory in Athens is warning of severe weather for much of Greece beginning today with high winds offshore.