On this page you will find news related to Fraport Greece.
On this page you will find news related to Fraport Greece.
Special discounted prices for well known shops at SKG
“off airport check-in” located at the heart of the fair, booth B13
Leading multinational group SSP chooses Fraport Greece for the first Burger King in Greece
As part of a series of events hosted by Fraport Greece in the 14 regions where the airports it manages are located, company executives visited the island of Skiathos.
Fraport Greece and the Archipelagos Institute announce innovative programme to protect wildlife at Samos airport
Awarded the Best Transport Infrastructure deal in Central and Eastern Europe
50% discount on Airport Charges during the winter months - Incentives offered from winter 2018-2019
21% increase in passenger traffic compared to May 2017 - More routes, more options for all - New connections from Doha, London, Birmingham, Glasgow, Newcastle, Belfast, Edinburgh, Berlin, Dusseldorf, Nuremberg, Zurich, Hamburg, Dresden, Erfurt, Munster
In a fruitful dialogue, company executives discussed with the local community the upgrade and expansion of the airport and the prospects for tourism growth.
On Thursday 19 April, Fraport Greece unveiled its plans for the strategic upgrade of ‘Ioannis Daskalogiannis’ airport, as part of a series of open briefings held by the company in the areas that its 14 airports serve.
Purchase of 10 new state-of-the-art fire trucks worth €4 million - Replacement of old personal protective equipment
New hires to the 14 regional airports - Applications deadline: 4 March 2018
Following first successful airport run in Kavala, the second one will be held in Kefalonia on 11 March
Zakynthos – In an atmosphere of cooperation and optimism, Fraport Greece presented its €13m plans for the development of Zakynthos International Airport ‘Dionysios Solomos’ during an event that took place on Wednesday.
New, safe, compliant runway
Fraport Greece appoints Ilias Maragakis, an executive with extensive experience and airport management know-how, as its new Chief Operating Officer
Α. Ζinell: “Within just one year, Fraport Greece will completely overhaul the existing airport and significantly improve the passenger experience”
Α. Ζinell: “In the summer of 2020, we will welcome the island’s visitors in a brand-new, state-of-the-art terminal at an airport that both Kos and its citizens rightfully deserve.”
Today’s cancellations of flights from Thessaloniki “Makedonia” airport by an international airline, relate to the same strong concerns raised over a year ago by Fraport Greece, the local authorities, the airport community and the local tourism over the implementation of the state works at the airport and the subsequent reduction in airport’s traffic.
The first Airport Run in Greece has been held with great success on Sunday, November 5 at Kavala Airport.
Α. Ζinell: « Lesvos island will gain the position it deserves among the most popular Greek destinations»
The first stop will be Kavala airport on Sunday, November 5, 2017
Α. Ζinell: "In a couple of years, Santorini Airport will become another key element of the island's global reputation"
New, safe, compliant runway, able to withstand projected traffic for the next 20 years
During September 2017, the 14 airports operated by Fraport Greece recorded a significant increase reaching a total of 4.2 million passengers – an 11.4% increase compared to the same period last year.
Τhe biggest concession in the history of Greece is a complex project, both in technical and operational terms.
Passengers departing from Thessaloniki Airport experienced today a very pleasant surprise.
Following the statement by Ministry of Transport, Infrastructure and Networks, Mr. Ch. Spirtzis, Fraport Greece clarifies:
21,2% passenger traffic increase in Kos
CEO Zinell: “Rhodes will soon have an airport to be proud of”
In regards to the earthquake on Friday, 21.07.17 Fraport Greece would like inform that that the airport operates normally, in a safe and secure environment for passengers and flights.
Mykonos - In an official event held in Mykonos on Friday 12th May 2017, Fraport Greece presented to representatives of local authorities, local tourism stakeholders and local media its plans for the development of Mykonos airport.
New terminal to be constructed - Significant works for improving passengers’ experience and upgrading Kerkira as a travel destination
Fraport Greece has made an upfront payment of €1.234 billion in total – Fraport Greece will further invest about €400 million for improving and expanding the airports’ infrastructure by 2021 – Focus on enhancing facilities, operational processes and the passenger experience
EUR 968,4 million , in total long-term financing by ALPHA BANK , BSTDB, EBRD, EIB and IFC
The 30 years agreement contemplates more than a doubling of the current retail space from 5,000 m2 to over 12,000 m2.
Fraport Greece and Intrakat have signed two EPC (engineering, planning and construction) agreements totaling 357 million euros
New and modern image for the 14 “Gateways of Greek tourism” – Investments and enhanced processes for improving travel experience
CEO Zinell: “We have financial sufficiency and operational readiness for the smooth and safe operation of the 14 regional airports”
Safety is the highest priority – 540 fire fighters to be deployed – Fraport Greece will pay for staff and related costs
Successful dialogue forges spirit of cooperation – Goal is to creating synergies and partnerships – Fraport Greece is ready to take up operational management
Ιn view of taking over the management of the 14 regional airports, Fraport Greece held a comprehensive information meeting on February 13 in Athens, for the excellent preparation of all parties involved in airport operations.
Focus on enhanced comfort, safety and functionality to provide an excellent travel experience for passengers – Passenger traffic expected to increase 48 percent by 2026
In accordance with European regulations, Fraport Greece today presented its airport charges system for Thessaloniki Airport (SKG), which will apply once operations at SKG are transferred to Fraport Greece.
Fraport Greece is pleased to announce the appointment of two executive board positions: Bill Fullerton as chief technical officer (CTO), and Vangelis Baltas as chief financial officer (CFO).
Key points presented by Fraport AG’s Executive Board Chairman, Dr. Stefan Schulte, at the General Assembly of the Greek-German Chamber of Commerce and the 26th ACI Europe General Assembly, Congress & Exhibition in Athens, Greece
Fraport Greece Welcomes Parliamentary Ratification of the Concession Agreements for the Greek Regional Airports Project
Transcript of SKAI TV Interview with Dr. Stefan Schulte, Fraport AG Executive Board Chairman (CEO): Conducted in Athens, Greece, by journalist Sia Kosioni for the “Istories” information show broadcast via SKAI TV on Tuesday, May 10, 2016
Alexander Zinell has been Head of Fraport AG’s External Activities and Investments since 2009 – New Fraport Greece CEO with several years of Experience Abroad
Transfer of Airports Expected in Autumn of 2016 – Regional Airports Vital for Strengthening and Expanding Greek Tourism Industry