Greece seeking to boost tourism by reducing airport charges. Ryanair reacts with 17 new routes

Greece has forecast improved visitor arrivals and tourism revenues in 2011, aided by a cut in airport fees and new incentives for airlines to expand in the market. European LCCs are again leading the expansion charge, with Ryanair one of the airlines reacting to the government's leads. The tourism industry is a key industry for Greece, which was and continues to be hard hit by the financial crisis. Tourism accounts for one in five jobs and 20% of the country’s GDP.

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