FRAPORT ANNOUNCES DEVELOPMENT PLANS FOR KAVALA AIRPORT, GREECE

GERMAN airport operator Fraport has announced a new EUR10 million development plan for Kavala International Airport, which serves eastern Macedonia and Thrace in northern Greece. Fraport Greece CEO Alexander Zinell said Fraport would upgrade the existing terminal, expanding it by 2,000 square metres, installing a new baggage handling system while remodelling and expanding its fire station. Zinell said he hoped the improvement works would be completed during 2019. It is one of 14 regional Greek airports now operated by Fraport, which has promised a range of ...


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