Fraport Greece on Wednesday presented its plans for the development of the airport in Mytilini on the island of Lesvos, that are expected to increase its capacity and upgrade the overall experience of passengers and visitors.
“Our goal is to contribute for Lesvos to gain the position it deserves among the most popular Greek destinations,” Fraport Greece CEO Alexander Zinell said during an event held on Lesvos and attended by representatives of local authorities and stakeholders.
According to Zinell, Fraport Greece will invest in a new, modern terminal building at the ‘Odysseas Elytis’ airport in Mytilini that will meet the needs of the residents and the expectations of Lesvos’ visitors. The total size of the terminal will triple in comparison to today’s, reaching 7,185 m2.
The plans presented by Zinell also include the construction of a new fire station, new Waste Water Treatment Plant and a new apron.
Significant interventions for the improvement of services will also be implemented, including a 29 percent increase in Check-in desks and a 50 percent increase in security lanes.
Fraport Greece is expected to begin works immediately at the ‘Odysseas Elytis’ airport.