Fraport Greece has completed a 100-million-euro investment to turn Thessaloniki’s Makedonia Airport into the main alternative gateway to Greece and a connection hub for Southeast Europe and Asia.
The bulk of the investment went towards the construction of a new terminal building, exceeding 34,000 square meters as well as the renovation of the existing terminal. Along with the second terminal, this investment included: a new fire station and enhanced operational processes such as more check-in counters, a doubling of the security lanes, additional baggage delivery reclaim belts, a 50-percent increase in the number of terminal gates as well as a modern baggage handling and control system. At the same time, major upgrade works elsewhere at the airport included reconstructing the runway and apron areas.
Airport - Thessaloniki National Road, Thessaloniki 55103
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