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Fraport: Passenger Traffic Up 8.3% in 14 Greek Airports in August

Photo source: Fraport

Photo source: Fraport

The 14 Greek regional airports that are managed by German-Greek consortium Fraport Greece achieved combined traffic growth of 8.3 percent to some 5.1 million passengers in August 2017, German transport company Fraport said on Tuesday.

Fraport GreeceAccording to Fraport, the busiest of the Greek airports included Rhodes Airport with around 1.0 million passengers (up 2.4 percent), Thessaloniki Airport with 781,617 passengers (up 14.6 percent) and Corfu Airport on the island of Corfu with 628,681 passengers (up 2.7 percent).

The consortium of Fraport and Slentel (a unit of Greek energy Copelouzos Group) inked a 40-year contract in December 2015 with the Greek state to manage the airports at 14 regions across Greece that include three mainland gateways (Thessaloniki, Aktion, and Kavala) and 11 airports on Greek islands (Chania on Crete, Kefalonia, Kos, Mykonos, Lesvos, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos and Zakynthos).

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