"This is your first chance to return to Europe… Don't miss it," Bloomberg News reported about American holidays in Greece.
Even before Greece announced on April 19 that it would be the first European country to host Americans - including those unvaccinated - demand for summer travel to the Aegean had risen.
Last minute bookings, the cool-headed application of the "lessons" of 2020 and the adaptability to the new conditions, are key success factors for this year's tourist season. The consequences of the pandemic grounded, for the past year, not just aircraft but also travelers, changing international travel habits, with security at the heart of every choice.
A classified presentation consisting of slides, including maps of the disputed areas in the Aegean
Some part of 459-acre island, known as Kalem Island off the coast of the Aegean province of İzmir's Dikili district, was put up for sale for 400 million Turkish Liras ($54 million).
Located 500 meters from the Turkish mainland and right across the Greek island of Lesbos, Kalem is known as a frequent destination for daily tour boats in the Aegean Sea.
Though largely unadmitted, the key truth about Turkish-Greek differences over the Aegean and the eastern Mediterranean is that they are solvable. How so? For the reason that there is in store a wealth of wisdom and experience accumulated over many years of arduous exploratory talks and negotiations between the two neighbors.
Turkish fighter jets carried out a fresh round of overflights in the eastern Aegean on Wednesday.
In particular, at 10.10 a.m. a formation of four F-16 aircraft flew over the islet of Athropofagoi at an altitude of 10,000 feet.
The Turkish aircraft were intercepted by Greek jets in line with international rules of engagement.