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Photo source: European Parliament Aviation experts Eurocontrol are forecasting that airline traffic to Greece may likely return to pre-pandemic 2019 levels in 2023 given Covid-19 is brought under control. According to the baseline scenario presented in the October report of the European Organization for the Safety of Air Navigation (Eurocontrol), Greece is moving up in
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Technology and innovation will be key in building traveler confidence and industry recovery in the next 12 months, according to a recent study by Amadeus, a leading provider of cutting-edge technology solutions for the travel and tourism industry. The research is the third in a series of surveys, where Amadeus takes a regular checkpoint on […]
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Photo source: WTTC Travel and tourism associations in Europe are requesting an end to the use of the combined indicators and color-coded Covid-19 travel guidance systems as well as of all travel restrictions for Digital Covid Certificate (DCC) holders irrespective of their country of origin.  The associations, which include ACI Europe, CLIA Europe, ECTAA, ETC, […]
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The Attica Region announced this week that it had secured funding through its partnership with the CIVINET Greece-Cyprus network to implement a circular tourism strategy in eight of its island/coastal municipalities. More specifically, the seven Attica island municipalities of Agistri, Aegina, Kythira, Poros, Salamina, Spetses, and Hydra and the coastal municipality
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Photo source: European Commission The EU Digital Covid-19 Certificate has played a decisive role in Europe’s response to the pandemic and has facilitated travel supporting the continent’s hard-hit tourism industry, the European Commission said this week. Commission Vice President Margaritis Schinas said the EU Digital Covid Certificate confirmed the EU’s role as a “global
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Athens, Greece. Photo source: Visit Greece / Y. Skoulas Starting on October 25, entrance into a defined area in the center of Athens will be allowed to certain vehicles based on an odd/even traffic regulation system dubbed the “green daktylios”. Transport Minister Kostas Karamanlis announced the reinstatement of the decades-old system which, he said, will for the