Changes to the airport of Greece’s most popular island

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Fraport Greece will invest 25 million euros to build a new airport on Mykonos, based on the traditional architecture and character of the Cyclades islands.

Presenting its plans, Fraport Greece said the new airport will serve two million passengers in 2026, from around 1.3 million currently, and noted that the new airport will be completed in 2021.

It will cover an area of 12,000 square metres, from 10,000 square metres currently, with 16 check-in desks and seven boarding gates. The new airport will have new commercial areas (700 square metres) and a restaurant area (1,000 square metres), new infrastructure and car parking.

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