Europe Athens International Airport Winner of Routes Airport Marketing Award

Athens International Airport Winner of Routes Airport Marketing Award

AIA_aerial“Routes Europe 2013”, Europe’s biggest airline and airport networking route development forum, was concluded with one more award for the Athens International Airport, its 12th in 9 years. During the 8th Routes Europe Forum, which was held in Budapest (May 12-14) with the participation of more than 1,000 aviation professionals, Athens International Airport was the award Winner in the 4–20 m. passengers category in recognition of its creativity and continuous dynamic support to its airline partners, especially in light of the extremely adverse conditions that the Greek economy is facing.
Having received the airlines’ recognition for 9 consecutive years, Athens International Airport (AIA) is the most awarded airport for its airport marketing performance.
Munich Airport was this year’s overall winner in the category over 20 million passengers.
(source: traveldailynews)

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