Kos airport management reports says facility operating normally, safely; only minor delays cited
Fraport Greece on Friday morning assured that the airport on the quake-hit island of Kos is operating normally and safely for passengers and flights.
The German-Greek consortium, which manages the Kos facility as well as another 13 airports around Greece, said inspections were immediately made on the runway and all facilities.
Fraport said no injuries or serious damage was recorded, while the areas where minor damages occurred are being restored.
Regarding scheduled flights, only minor delays were cited, with an expected normalization during the day on Friday.
Passengers are requested to contact their airlines and tour operators in order to be accurately informed of any delays on their scheduled flights.
You may be interested
Organised beaches to open on Saturday across Greecemakis - May 05, 2021
Organised beaches in Greece will open n Saturday, May 8, as the easing up of the Covid-19 measures is taking…
Restarurants, cafes partially open in Greecemakis - May 03, 2021
People sitting at tables outside, in restaurants, eateries, and cafes, sipping their coffee or having a snack, were encouraging images…
Covid vaccination platform for 40-44 age group to open tonight – SMS code “6” for food and coffee from Mondaymakis - Apr 28, 2021
Deputy Minister of Civil Protection, Nikos Hardalias, reiterated the need for all the protection measures in the churches, starting the…