By 2021, Fraport Greece will have invested a minimum of 330 million euros for development works at 14 Greek regional airports (among them, Thessaloniki, Aktio, Mykonos, Zakynthos, Kavala, Corfu, Kefalonia, Kos, Mytilene, , Samos, Santorini, Skiathos and Chania).
According to the company’s comprehensive plan, the upgrade works will contribute significantly to improving the overall customer travel experience at the Greek airports, while responding to the expected increase in passenger traffic.
Once Fraport Greece takes over operations before the launch of the summer season, immediate actions at all airports will include general clean-up; improving lighting, marking of airside areas; upgrading sanitary facilities; enhancing services and offering new free Internet connection (WiFi); and implementing works to improve fire safety in all the areas of the airports.
An important element of Fraport Greece’s new era for the 14 gateways is to renew and modernize the external and internal image of the airports. “Indeed, the neat and, in some cases new, architectural designs will offer a new image at these 14 ‘gateways of Greek tourism’ – thus creating a pleasant travel experience to millions of passengers every year,” Fraport Greece said.
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