The Greek tourism shows yet durability in one more difficult year, as evidenced by the international arrivals at 14 major airports in the first half of 2012, which was reduced by only 4.6% compared with the corresponding period of 2011. This development, according to the Association of Greek Tourist Enterprises (SETE), which collects data on arrivals, makes feasible the goal set for all international arrivals in 2012 of 16 million, ... Continue Reading →
One more international award won the Athens International Airport, the eleventh in eight years, during ROUTES Europe 2012, the biggest meeting of airports and airlines held in Tallinn, Estonia.
In the context of the 7th Routes, European Airline Growth Conference, bringing together nearly a thousand representatives of the aviation industry, AIA won with the votes of the airlines, with a special honorary award in the category ‘Mediterranean / N. ... Continue Reading →
Athens International Airport ‘Eleftherios Venizelos’ and the European Bread Museum welcome travelers and visitors to the airport to a new exhibition ‘The streets of bread’ (14 May – 31 August), a fascinating tour in the world of bread, the customs and its heritage preservation.
Through the many photographic material of the exhibition of traditional and ’embroidered’ breads based on customs (the cycle of life and time) from Greece and abroad, the ... Continue Reading →
Signed by the Minister for Infrastructure, Transport and Communications, Makis Voridis the decision exempting the use of airports payment of fees, paid by the airlines in return for services provided to them in the process of landing and permit aircraft to all airports in the state, except the International Airport of Athens, ‘Eleftherios Venizelos’.
The decision concerns the period from April 27, 2012 to December 31, 2012.
The ... Continue Reading →
Athens International Airport in collaboration with the High School of Fine Arts presents the educational and artistic work of the School at the exhibition hall of the airport ‘Art & Culture’ from May 3 to August 31, 2012.
The High School of Fine Arts, which during the 175 years of art education, research and outreach has contributed to the evolution of Greek civilization, will present multimedia from the most important historical moments at the exhibition. In particular, visitors will have the ... Continue Reading →