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Minister to Visit Regional Airports as Greek Tourism Opens

Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis on Wednesday will visit the regional airports of Corfu, Mykonos, Rhodes and Heraklion on Crete.

Fraport Greece Wins Gold for Upgrade of 14 Regional Airports

Fraport Greece received a gold award at the Tourism Awards 2019 event, for the upgrade works at the 14 regional airports under its management.

Greece Expected to Welcome More Arrivals by Air in September

Scheduled airline seats for foreign arrivals at regional airports in Greece are expected to rise in September by 13% compared to the same month last year.

Assets Fund Says Airports Deal to Boost Greek Coffers by €14bn

State coffers are set to get a much-needed boost to the tune of 14 billion euros following the privatization of 14 regional airports late last year, the Greek assets fund said on Monday.

Ryanair Eyes 10% Growth in Greece Next Year

Ryanair expects a growth of 10 percent in the Greek market next year, the carrier’s chief commercial officer, David O’Brien, informed during a recent press conference for the airline's Athens summer schedule for 2016.

AEGEAN: Improvement Initiatives Vital for Greek Airports

Greek carrier AEGEAN has called for urgent measures so the airline companies operating in Greece can continue to grow and support tourism and the country's economy.

Greece’s Airport Deal with Fraport Sparks Reactions

The Greek government's decision to privatize four airports in the Ionian region, has sparked angry reaction from regional and local authorities.

Minister Stathakis Listens to Greek Tourism Sector’s Concerns

Greece's tourism bookings, regional airports, European Union funds, investments, and illegal tourism accommodation units were the main topics discussed during the Thursday meeting between the Greek Tourism Confederation (SETE) and the Minister of Economy, Infrastructure, Shipping...

OSYPA to Hold Web Press Conference to Explain Negative Effects of Privatization of Greek Airports

The Federation οf Associations οf Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (OSYPA) has announced that it will present the negative impact the privatization of Greece’s 14 regional airports will have on the country's economy, society and sovereignty during a live web press conference...

SAAE Urges Improvements to Regional Airports in Greece

The Hellenic Association of Airline Representatives (SAAE) today referred to the urgent infrastructure needs of the regional airports in Greece.

Viewpoint – Regional Airports: All for One and One for All

"Australia has the most successful concession model in the world... In the Greek case, the country’s three busiest airports -- Thessaloniki, Rhodes and Hania – are all being handed over to one investor with the government as the other competitor." - Opinion editorial by Takis...
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Regional Airports Tender Continues With Seven Bidders

Seven companies and consortiums have been shortlisted for the second stage of the tender for the operation, management, development, and maintenance of the country’s regional airports.