More flights land at airports, but tourism expectations remain grounded

PoliticsGreek Politics Tags: Coronavirus, KINAL, New Democracy, SYRIZA, Tourism
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The spotlight fell on Greece’s tourism sector on Wednesday as regional airports, including on the islands, reopened to international flights, rekindling hopes that the arrival of visitors from abroad will boost the scant receipts gained so far this year by the industry.

The curtain went up at the regional airports as New Democracy approaches one year in power. An opinion poll published on Wednesday suggests that the government has a strong approval rating overall but that voters are disappointed with its performance in...

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