Fraport Greece was awarded for successfully implementing its investment program which, among others, includes the simultaneous expansion and renovation of the commercial spaces of its 14 airports throughout Greece.
“These Greek airports are the entry points for millions of tourists visiting our country. Our vision is that they contribute to [the passengers’] positive travel experience and play a crucial role in the continuous improvement of the competitiveness of the Greek tourism market,” said George Vilos, Executive Director of Commercial and Business Development at Fraport Greece.
According to an announcement, in just under two years, a large number of new outlets and restaurants have been developed at the airports, in line with Greece’s famous hospitality and service. By 2021, all commercial areas are expected to have tripled in space, exceeding 30,000 square meters.
New restaurants and coffee shops are already in place focusing on local flavors, aiming to offer travelers “a last taste of Greece” before departing. Greek and international food and beverage chains are also operating.
Fraport Greece’s recently revamped airports include Zakynthos, Kavala and Chania, while the company is moving full speed ahead with upgrade projects at the facilities on Samos, Lesvos, Rhodes, Skiathos, Aktion and Kefalonia.