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There have been positive upticks across Europe in global search intent; Greece and Portugal are leading the recovery path and are successfully translating that purpose into bookings
There are encouraging signs that as restrictions are reduced and lifted there will be a significant demand for travel. New research from digital marketing solutions…..
The sale of another almost third of Athens International airport is confirmed and it has attracted some interesting new (and old) investors
The sale of an additional 30% of Athens International airport, which is held by the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund (HRADF), is making progress after…..
The Blue Swan Daily brings you a round up of some of the latest hotel news from across Europe, Middle East and Africa. Hyatt grows…..
India’s GMR Infrastructure has expressed interest in concessions to operate regional airports in Greece, including Kalamata International airport. This would be the second tranche of…..
Mamma mia! Greece’s travel and tourism sector is the main driver of its economy and its GDP contribution is almost double the global average
New data from the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) shows that the Greek travel and tourism sector grew at a rate of +6.9% in…..
Crisis, what crisis? Athens Airport continues rapid traffic growth as concession agreement is extended another 20 years
The Greek Parliament is expected to ratify the extension of the Athens International Airport SA’s concession to run Athens International Airport by a further 20…..
It has been an almost 35 year old story, but the New Heraklion Airport in Kastelli is moving (slightly) nearer to fulfilment
The Greek Court of Auditors has approved a convention for the construction of Kastelli/New Heraklion Airport on the island of Crete, to replace the existing…..
Second wave of Greek airport concessions is under way; mainly island airports, but it will be a hard sell
Greece’s economic problems may not be as evident as they once were but one of the requirements placed on the government by the ‘Troika’ of…..
As we prepare to enter the winter schedules, ‘G’ most definitely stands for growth in Europe with Gibraltar and Georgia leading the year-on-year capacity increases…..