PM to unveil four-year growth plan at Thessaloniki International Fair

In his first appearance at the Thessaloniki International Fair as prime minister on Saturday night, Kyriakos Mitsotakis is expected to outline the basic parameters of a four-year plan under the slogan "Growth for all" with a series of tax reductions anticipated to feature in his speech.

Bulgarian Flight Delays Trigger A Government Investigation

Last week we reported that the Greek government is enacting emergency measures to end flight delays in the country. But Greece is not the only state battling with this issue. More and more European countries seem to believe that government intervention is required as a solution to frequent flight delays. Bulgaria now joins the list.

Tourism drops in Greece after 5 record years

Tourism traffic this summer in Greece is slightly slower than last year, according to surveys, air arrival data and hoteliers.

The biggest pressure has been reported in Crete, as air arrivals dropped 7.2 percent in Iraklio in May and 5.6 percent in Hania. All other Fraport Greece-managed regional airports posted a decline averaging at 1.5 percent compared to a year earlier.

US company ONEX owned by Panos Xenokostas to buy Neorion shipyard

Ambassador Geoffrey Pyatt stressed once more the importance of Greek-American strategic partnership and U.S. interest in investing in Greece.

U.S. interest in investing in Greece is growing fast and major American companies are ready to move in strategic sectors of Greek economy.

Greek airports see increase in arrivals in September

An overall increase of 11.4 percent in arrivals during the month of September was reported by Fraport at the 14 airports it manages across Greece.

According to Fraport, domestic passenger traffic increased by 5.9 percent year-over-year last month, while international passenger traffic rose 12.6 percent, with Thessaloniki, Mytilini and Kos seeing the largest increase.