The reality of Greece’s 2021 tourism restart begins to sink in. Chances are, this season will end up no better than 2020.
Fraport Greece delivers redeveloped and modernized airports ahead of schedule – New services, more comfort and more choices for passengers.
In news from Chania, regional authorities met last week with Fraport Greece CEO Alexander Zinell to discuss ways to attract companies to the region. At the to discuss expanding the horizons for Chania’s “Daskaloyiannis” airport, concerns were expressed about Ryanair’s decision to scrap its base in Chania. Underneath the positive news though, stakeholders in Crete worry the German company may be mucking up any shot at off-season tourism wins.
Following a very successful year for Kos airport, marked by a 20.7% increase in passenger traffic and an overall number of 2.3 million passengers, Fraport Greece is now implementing major upgrades to the facilities there.
Fraport Greece has appointed Ilias Maragakis as its new Chief Operating Officer. Mr Maragakis, who until recently served as Director of Safety and Performance, succeeded Ian Matheson, a senior executive with international experience in airport concession projects, who successfully fulfilled the challenging task of setting up Operational processes and managing the first months of the concession.