The Fraport-led joint venture running 14 Greek airports is embarking on a EUR10 million (USD12 million) development plan for Kavala International Airport, which serves eastern Macedonia and Thrace in northern Greece.
Fraport Greece is remodelling the terminal and expanding it by 2,029 m2 , introducing inline hold baggage screening; refurbishing and expanding the aircraft rescue and firefighting station; expanding the wastewater treatment plant; reconfiguring the apron; refurbishing the airside pavement; and adding two check-in counters, bringing the total to 10.
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