Athens International Airport
Greece's two largest lenders Piraeus Bank and National Bank said on Thursday they will be the exclusive joint underwriters for a bond loan facility to Athens International Airport (AIA) of up to 665.6 million euros ($742 million).
Proceeds of the loan facility will partly finance a 20-year extension to manage and operate the airport until 2046.
The exhibition "Destinations," currently on display at Athens International Airport, offers viewers a sense of the magic of theater through precious items used in memorable productions by the National Theater of Greece. Costumes and rare photographic material from the NTG's archives shed light on significant moments in the history of this great cultural institution.
Italian company Leonardo SpA announced on Tuesday it had won two contracts in European airport logistics for a total of 100 million euros, concerning services for Athens and Geneva airports.
In Athens a new transfer baggage facility will be constructed and baggage infrastructure throughout the rest of the airport will be completely overhauled and extended by 2020.