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Stakeholder engagement meetings
In an event held on December 7th 2017 at the Chamber of Commerce in Kavala, Fraport Greece presented to the local community, representatives of local authorities, local tourism stakeholders and local media its analytical construction plans for the development of Kavala airport. In the context of taking over the management and operation of the 14 regional airports on April 11th, Fraport Greece held a round of nationwide stakeholder engagement events during which Fraport Greece presented its plans for all airports.
During the Q&A session the key issues that emerged regarding the Kavala airport were the following:
• Potential impacts on aeroclub
• Request for public transport connection to and from the airport
• Significantly expensive airfares
• Possibility of increasing passenger traffic.
As part of its mandate for taking over management and operations at the 14 airports, Fraport Greece has prepared a comprehensive plan for the modernization and development of the airports. The company’s plan includes immediate projects and development works for upgrading the airports’ facilities, which will contribute significantly to improving the overall customer travel experience, while responding to the expected increase in passenger traffic. Fraport Greece will invest a minimum of 400 million euros for development works until 2021. During the 40-year concession period the company will implement additional maintenance and upgrading works, as well as capacity expansions (dependent on traffic growth) -- resulting in possible total investments of some 1 billion euros.
- Terminal expansion by 2,029 m2
- Remodeling the current terminal
- HBS inline screening
- Refurbishing and expanding the fire station
- Expanding the waste water treatment plant or connection to municipal service
- Reorganizing the airport apron area
- Refurbishing the airside pavement
- 20 percent increase in the number of check-in counters (from 8 to 10)