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 corporate standards at the 14 Greek regional airports. 

Fraport AG is among the leading companies in the international airport business based in Frankfurt/Main, Germany. As a diversified group Fraport is active in airport operation, airport-related business and specialized airport consulting services.

With Frankfurt Airport, the company operates one of the world's most important air transportation hubs. Frankfurt Airport has become Germany's largest employment complex at a single location, with more than 500 companies and organizations providing jobs for more than 80,000 people. 

As a full-service provider in the airport management field, Fraport AG is active on four continents through investments and subsidiaries, e. g. in Lima (Peru), Antalya (Turkey), Ljubljana (Slovenia), St. Petersburg (Russia) and Xi’an (China). In total, Fraport employs around 21,000 people worldwide. 

In 2015, the Fraport Group generated revenues of EUR 2.6 billion and profits of EUR 297 million.

For more information on Fraport: www.fraport.com

Copelouzos Group plays a leading role in the Greek market and consists of various companies which are active in the most important business sectors in Greece and internationally.

The Group’s core business areas are electricity production and trading, including renewable energy (wind and solar parks, hydroelectric plants), infrastructure projects and concessions, real estate, advertising, exhibition and congress centers and construction and project management for large-scale projects.

Copelouzos Group has joint ventures with global groups such as Fraport, the Russian Gazprom, the Italian ENEL, the Bulgarian Electricity Company NEK EAD, the Russian VTB Capital, the French JCDecaux and others.

Within the airport business, the Group, apart from the 14 Greek regional airports, participates in the Athens International Airport - being the only Greek private company involved in this activity.

Both Copelouzos Group and Fraport are partners in Northern Capital Gateway, the company that manages St. Petersburg’s Pulkovo Airport.

 For more information on Copelouzos Group: www.copelouzos.gr

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