Athens International (ATH) has managed to attract 11 new airlines this year and is "coping rather well" with the adverse economic environment in Greece, ATH director-communications and marketing Lonna Papadopoulou told ATW at the recent World Route Development Forum in Berlin. However, passenger traffic in the first nine months of 2011 did fall 5% compared to the year-ago period. "Domestic traffic was the most severely hit, and decreased year-on-year by 11.8%. Greek people ...

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