German airport management company Fraport Greece has broken ground on the site of its new passenger terminal at Thessaloniki Airport in northern Greece. The new 34,000 sq m terminal is planned to be operational in two years.   Fraport Greece, a subsidiary of Germany’s Fraport AG, is investing some €100 million ($118 million) in a wide range of improvements at the airport that serves Greece’s second-largest city. It served 6.4 million passengers in 2017. Along with ...

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