About Us

Shareholders

The shareholders of Fraport Greece are the German airport operator Fraport AG and the Greek business development organization Copelouzos Group. Both are highly experienced in worldwide airport operations. Fraport and Copelouzos have a longstanding partnership having successfully started their joint engagement in the project of expansion, maintenance & operation of Pulkovo Airport in St. Petersburg, Russia. Fraport Greece benefits from its shareholders’ comprehensive networks and will implement internationally accepted standards at the 14 Greek regional airports.

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Sustainability

Corporate Values

Fraport Greece is focusing on a sustainable future. Acting sustainably means shaping the future in a responsible way. This is true for employees, local communities as well as other stakeholders of the company. Fraport Greece understands sustainable development as a continuous process and this is what it bases its daily operations on. Fraport Greece has high demands of itself to be a responsible employer and a reliable business partner that takes its corporate values seriously.

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Our Expertise
Aviation

Fraport Greece’s aviation experts are mainly responsible for terminal and traffic management.

Terminal management comprises the overall management of terminal facilities and the optimization of passenger processes at the 14 Greek Regional Airports whereas traffic management includes route development, i. e. establishing and maintaining contacts with airlines.

Our aim is to increase passenger figures and to extend the tourist season on the one hand and to guarantee safe and smooth operations and passenger flows on the other hand.

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Non-Aviation

Fraport Greece is currently developing commercial concepts for Duty Free, Retail, Food & Beverage, Airport Parking, Advertising and other Non-Aviation Activities at each of the 14 regional airports in Greece.

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Airport Development

Fraport Greece’s technical team consists of highly-educated experts in airport development.

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