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FCm Travel Solutions expands into Greece and Cyprus

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FCm Travel Solutions has signed new partnership agreements with long-standing travel companies in Greece and Cyprus, as part of its ongoing expansion in Europe.

In Cyprus, FCm has partnered with Amathus Travel Ltd, one of the most established corporate and leisure travel specialists on the island.

Founded in 1947, Amathus Travel Ltd is a fully owned subsidiary of Amathus Public Ltd and part of the Lanitis Group, which has diversified interests in aviation, travel, tourism, shipping, cargo transportation and hotel ownership and management.

Headquartered in Nicosia, Amathus Travel Ltd has a team of 85 people and operates four business travel centres in the island's major cities. The company is also the owner and operator of Let's Go Tours, one of the island's leading tour operators, and offers incoming tourism services for both leisure tourism and MICE through specialised departments.

In Greece, FCm has partnered with Amathus Hellas SA, which is also a subsidiary of Amathus Public Ltd.

Established in 1998, Amathus Hellas SA is a strong player in the market. The company is based in Athens with two travel centres.

FCm's regional director EMEA, Mr Brian Donnelly, said, "With the addition of Cyprus and Greece to our established operations in Malta, Croatia and Libya, FCm is well placed to handle all corporate travel activities in this important Mediterranean region."

FCm in Cyprus and Greece offers an extensive range of business travel services, as well as dedicated MICE and destination management services including event management, incentives and team building programs.

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