Today, The Association of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) reconfirmed its belief that this year's tourism target for 19 million travelers will succeed, even with challenges arising from a decrease in Ukrainian and Russian travelers.
The nation's leading airports each experienced a major rise in air traffic last month. As confirmed by SETE statistics over the past seven months, the largest rate rises occurred in Kalamata at 62.5%, Mykonos at 39.9%, Athens at 31%, Santorini at 26.7% and Chania with 22.9%, as reported by ANA-MPA. Athens International Airport is predicted to surpass its set target of 750,000 more travelers this year.
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