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2013 is a promising year in many levels for Greece and Chania especially.
Some major investments in various sectors including real estate are going to materialize this year.
We, at Talos Properties, will continue our commitment to life long learning and in investing in our business, aiming to offer higher quality services to all our clients and partners.
One of the events that we know will attract more international people to Chania this year is the announcement of Ryanair airline for direct flights to Chania International Airport from 26 different European cities.
Specifically the representative of Ryanair stated the following:
In Chania Ryanair’s Kate Sherry said:
“Ryanair is delighted to announce Chania as our 55th base (and our first in Greece) and to unveil 11 new routes (26 in total) to/ Billund, Bremen, Bristol, Eindhoven, Katowice, Marseille, Memmingen, Thessaloniki, Venice, Vilnius and Warsaw beginning in April, as part of our summer 2013 schedule, which go on sale on www.ryanair.com.
Visitors to Greece can now beat the recession and escape high fares and fuel surcharging by switching to Ryanair’s lowest fares and our no fuel surcharge guarantee between Chania and 26 European destinations, including Edinburgh, London and Milan, amongst others. Ryanair’s 500,000 passengers p.a. will sustain up to 500 “on site” jobs in Chania, in a welcome boost to the Cretan economy, as we grow our passenger traffic by 100% at Chania.