Fraport Consortium Wins Tender for 14 Greek Regional Airports

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Germany, November 26, 2014 (STAT):-Fraport AG Frankfurt Airport Services Worldwide and its partner Copelouzos Group have been selected as preferred investor for a 40-year operating concession by the Hellenic Republic Assets Development Fund (HRADF) for 14 regional airports in Greece. This is inclusive of Aktio, Chania (Crete), Kavala, Kefalonia, Kerkyra (Corfu), Kos, Mitilini, Mykonos, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos, Thessaloniki and Zakynthos. 

Fraport AG’s executive board chairman Dr. Stefan Schulte said, “The Greek regional airports add another airport investment with dynamic development potential. The choice for Fraport underscores our position as a leading global airport manager. Our extensive know-how gained over many decades will contribute to expanding and strengthening the competitive position of the Greek regional airports.”

Combined, these airports served a total of about 19.1 million passengers in 2013.  The total purchase price of 1,234 million euros will be paid by the time of closing, expected in the autumn of 2015.  Fraport AG will hold a majority share in the consortium.

The founder and chairman of Copelouzos Group, Dimitris Copelouzos commented, “Modernization of the airports will allow us, via reliable and safer transportation services, to further enhance Greek tourism continuously – thus empowering competitiveness of the local and national economies and generating new jobs. Our goal is to create airport gateways that meet the growing needs and expectations of the Greek people as well as visitors from around the globe.”

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