Despite the country's success in controlling the first wave of covid-19 and the projected image as a safe destination where hoteliers took all necessary safety measures, appetite for travelling to Greece remained low. During Q3 2020, international arrivals at Greece's main airports stood at 3.9 million passengers, a decline of 64% from the 10.8 million during the same period in 2019. On average, July declined by 71% y-o-y, August by 57% y-o-y and September by 64% y-o-y.

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