Civil Aviation Authority

Greece extends flight ban for six countries until May 15

The Civil Aviation Authority announced on Wednesday that it would extend a ban on commercial flights to and from six countries until May 15 as part of the measures to halt the spread of the coronavirus in Greece.

According to the notice to airmen (NOTAMS) issued by the authority, the ban concerns Italy, Spain, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the Netherlands and Germany.

Aegean Airlines suspends international flights until April 30

Greek carrier Aegean Airlines announced Monday they were suspending all international flights as of March 26 and until April 30, citing the "extraordinary circumstances" created by the coronavirus outbreak and the travel restrictions imposed by the government, the EU and other states.

Passengers continue to increase at Greek airports

January posted an increase in air passengers amounting to 5.4 percent from the same month in 2019, reaching a total of 2.25 million for all the country's airports, according to official figures by the Civil Aviation Authority.
This means that in the first month of the year there were 114,844 more passengers than a year earlier.

Elliniko residential areas to be split into neighborhoods

The fourth and final ministerial decision regarding the seven "neighborhoods" of the Elliniko development has just been published in the Government Gazette, paving the way for the start of the project's implementation. The decision offers a glimpse of what those seven neighborhoods will look like.

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