Thomson Airways starts for the summer 2012, direct flights from several cities of UK to Greek destinations including Santorini.
Starting in May until October Thomson Airways connects the airport of Santorini with the airports of London Gatwick and Manchester and until September with the Birmingham airport.
All routes will run every Tuesday.
Posted by: Santorini Airport
AIA: Significant incentives to airlines to support the passenger traffic in summer season 2012
Continuing a consistent the incentives policy to airlines, Athens International Airport, after the introduction of the winter special financial incentive which is valid until April 30 and involves reductions in passenger charges for low fares, introduced in summer 2012 three very significant incentives designed to support the airlines and to help maintain or enhance ...Continue Reading →
zoover.nl is the largest travel portal in the Netherlands, both to book and to compare tourism destinations and enterprises based on the reviews of the visitors.
For more than 2 months over 140,000 zoover.nl users were able to vote for their favorite holiday destination based on service quality, natural environment ...Continue Reading →
The tourist traffic from abroad to the country in 2011 was increased, as according to borders survey data conducted by the Bank of Greece and released by the Greek Statistical Authority (ELSTAT), January – December 2011 arrivals of non-residents from abroad increased by 9.5%, compared with those of the corresponding period of 2010. In particular, arrivals from Europe, accounting the largest share of arrivals (89.2%), increased by 10.4%, while arrivals from Member States of the European Union increased by 4.9%.
A ...Continue Reading →
Montreal – Athens line will begin June 1, and the flights are scheduled twice a week, while flights Toronto – Athens are scheduled for 4 times a week.
The routes are as follows:
Montreal – Athens – Montreal
AC828 YUL1820 – 1030 +1 ATH 763 16
AC829 ATH1200 – 1510YUL 763 16
Toronto – Athens – ...Continue Reading →