Greece's biggest airline unveiled the updated look after receiving delivery of the first three of the 46 Airbus A320neo aircraft it has ordered.
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Responding to a growing interest in sustainable solutions for daily life, the forward-looking town of Karditsa takes a step towards a greener future.
According to figures from the company, passenger traffic grew 7% in 2019, year-on-year.
A new hotel near the airport is a likely development, according to market experts, and a shopping complex is also a possibility.
Commuters depending on trolley buses may need to find different transportation options on Wednesday, October 23.
The travel time has already been cut to four hours, but an improved signaling system and maintenance will make the trip even breezier.
Travelers heading to the Greek islands on Tuesday, September 24, may need to revise their plans.
Athens International Airport continues to set new records for passenger traffic, with 2019 seeing an 8.8 percent rise to date compared to 2018.
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