A 13% rise in tourist arrival was registered for September year on year, as announced by SETE.
The Union of Greek Tourism Enterprises (SETE) announced these figures today, also noting that the overall increase for the first three quarters of the year was 10,23% over 2012.
The numbers are based on provisional figures from the country's main airports, reaffirming projections for a record year with 17.5 million arrivals from abroad, worth 11.5 billion euros in revenues.
In the three quarter period, all airports, apart from that on Samos, showed increased arrivals.
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