Greek Government Under Fire for Decision to Increase Highway Speed Limit

The Ministry of Infrastructure and Transport's announcement to increase the speed limit on motorways; as part of the reform of the Road Traffic Code,...

First Successful Greek Seaplane Test Flights Completed in Corfu

The first Greek seaplane test flights on a 10-seat Quest Kodiak aircraft were successfully completed on the island of Corfu last weekend, following seven...

Traffic Jams all Over the Capital Due to Athens Metro Strike

The Athens Metro came to a standstill on Thursday when workers in the Greek capital began a 24-hour strike to oppose the planned privatisation...

Four Greek Airports Among Europe’s Worst

Four Greek regional airports are among the worst in Europe, according to what travelers vote through the Sleeping in Airports website. This year Heraklion in...

The First Greek Electric Vehicle Ecocar Hits the Road

The first commercial Greek electric vehicle - a two-seater car with an autonomous range of 100-120 kilometres capable of speeds of up to 80...

Aegean Airlines to Add Eleven new Routes in 2018

Aegean Airlines; the largest Greek carrier, plans to add 11 new routes in 2018 and will choose between Airbus and Boeing planes by the end...

Greek First Lady among Passengers of the First Athens-Beijing Direct Flight (photos)

Betty Baziana, partner of Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras, was among the passengers of the first direct flight by Air China between Beijjing and...

Fraport to Demand Compensation from Greece over Regional Airports

Germany’s Fraport is to demand compensation of around 70 million euros from the Greek government, for the deficient maintenance of some of the regional...

End of an Era: Greece’s TrainOSE Sold to Italian Rail Operator

On Thursday, Greece finalized the sale of railway operator TrainOSE to Italy’s Ferrovie dello Stato, and Greece expects hundreds of millions of euros to...

Railways in Greece Immobilized After Rail Workers’ 24-hour Strike

Greek railway workers started a 24-hour strike and stopped the movement of all trains. They are protesting against the privatisation of the railway operator. The...

Italian Railways Τake Οver Greek TrainOSE on September 14

Italian railways are set to sign a final agreement to take over full ownership of TrainOSE on September 14 during a ceremony in Corfu,...

Race Against Time to Contain Oil Spillage in Saronic Gulf After Tanker Sinks

Greek authorities are battling to contain pollution in the Saronic Gulf; just south of Athens, after a small tanker sank in the early hours...

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