Mykonos Airport Facelift Plans Revealed

The runway of the island's busy airport was reconstructed in 2017, while the total revamp will be completed by 2021.

Fraport Greece presented its plans for the revamp of Mykonos Airport this week, with its design influenced by Aegean dovecotes and architecture in a marriage of the island’s traditional heritage with its modern side.

It is expected that Mykonos Airport will be handling up to 2 million passengers a year by 2026, up from 1.3 million today, and its area will grow to 13,000 sq. m. in 2021 from 10,000 sq.m. today upon completion of the 25-million-euro investment.

There will be more check-in counters and improved facilities throughout.

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