Fraport Greece Invests 30 Million for Kos Airport

Fraport Greece is to invest more than 30 million euros for the development of Kos “Hippocrates” International Airport.

The plans unveiled by Fraport Greece include the construction of a new terminal, a new fire station, and the refurbishment and extension of the sewage treatment facilities.

The area of the terminal will be increased by 188% – amounting to a total of 24,100 m2.

Meanwhile, significant interventions will be made to improve the quality of the services offered, including a 75% increase of check-in desks and a 125% increase of security checkpoints.

At an event in Kos last week, Fraport Greece CEO Alexander Zinel said that the new airport will be “three times bigger” than today’s facility.

“Our goal is to welcome the island’s visitors in a brand-new terminal in the summer of 2020, an airport that both Kos and its citizens rightfully deserve,” he added.