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The disaster was among the worst to hit the Greek capital in decades and the government declared a day of national mourning.
The convoy will travel to Greek capital Athens before heading for Lesbos, which has been swamped with refugees.
There will be a two-hour delay of Wednesday's Athens-Sofia-Athens flight No A3858 that was to land in Sofia at 19:25 and No A3859, which was take off en route to the Greek capital at 19:55.
1974: Thousands of Turkish troops invade northern Cyprus after last-minute talks in the Greek capital, Athens, fail to reach a solution.
July 20, 1974: Thousands of Turkish troops invade northern Cyprus after last-minute talks in the Greek capital, Athens, failed to reach a solution.
Geological Survey (USGS), but while it was felt in the Greek capital there were no reported casualties.
The "Silver Wind" started its tours from Port Sultan Qaboos in Muscat last Sunday as it will end its tours at the Port of Piraeus in the Greek capital, Athens.
It was also announced in Athens that the Cypriot President will visit the Greek capital on the 17th of April to brief the Greek Prime Minister on the outcome of the talks he will have with UNSG`s Special Advisor for Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide, who is expected to return to Cyprus tomorrow, Monday.
The culprits were planning to smuggle the contraband to Accra in Ghana, Lagos and Abuja in Nigeria, and the Greek capital of Athens.
The 932-kilometre sector to the Greek capital is already served by Aegean Airlines with 32 weekly flights, while the 1,128-kilometre route to Thessaloniki is also flown by the Greek carrier, this time with six weekly operations.
The airline launched its initial service from Birmingham to the Greek capital in June but it has announced plans for a major expansion next summer.
The guests were offered a spectacular concert of the Uzbek folk and classic music in the Greek capital.
Gulf Air will resume its flights to the Greek capital with four weekly flights to Athens International Airport from June 16.
Gulf Air Resumes its Flights to the Greek Capital Athens Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, today announced that it would be resuming its flights to the Greek capital, Athens, with 4 weekly flights to Athens International Airport starting on the 16th of June.
Flights to Athens will appeal to Bahrain and GCC residents as the Greek capital is popular with both business and leisure travellers.