Fraport Deal Moving Forward With the Concession of 14 Regional Airports

Tuesday, March 21st, 2017
Last Update: 14:59

The deal has been in the making for months and now the last obstacle standing in the way for the concession of 14 regional airports to Fraport Greece has been cleared.

Sources have announced that on Monday the state finally signed off on the agreement for the National First Aid Center (EKAB) to provide first-aid at all of the airport terminals.

The deal had been stalled for months and now with this last detail worked out, it will move forward and the airports will soon be handed off to the consortium of Fraport with Slentel. Government sources have reported that the airports should be given to the consortium before Easter, ekathimerini.com says.

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