Thessaloniki Airport “Macedonia” at Europe’s top airports for the second consecutive year

He was recognized for the quality of his services provided at the “2023 Airport Service Quality (ASQ) Awards” in the category of airports hosting 5 to 15 million passengers per year, as well as in the category of airports with the highest level of cleanliness. Fraport Greece was distinguished at the “2023 Airport Service Quality ( ASQ ) Awards” for Thessaloniki Airport “Macedonia” , which for 2 the consecutive year was recognized as one of Europe’s top airports, in the category of airports serving 5 to 15 million passengers per year and for 1 year to one of Europe’s top airports, in terms of its level of cleanliness. In particular, ASQ Awards, an initiative by the International Airport Council (ACI), reward the best airports worldwide, according to passengers’ opinion. The specificity of these awards lies in the evaluation process, which directly gathers passengers’ comments during their journey, ensuring the more realistic capture of their experience and satisfaction. This distinction for Thessaloniki Airport “Macedonia” not only confirms the best practices applied, but also the high quality services provided by the fully trained personnel of the airport, but also helps to enhance the visibility of the city of Thessaloniki and Greece as a whole. Alexander Zinell, CEO of Fraport Greece, said about: “The awards that stand out at Thessaloniki Airport “Macedonia” as one of Europe’s leading airports—and even our passengers themselves— fill us with joy and pride for our Company, for all our employees, but also for our partners. This distinction gives us strong impetus to continue our work with even greater empathy, always focusing on the expectations and needs of all our passengers, as they are shaped over time. Our main goal remains to contribute to the development of Greek tourism and local communities, through the sustainable development of our Company, while providing a safe and memorable travel experience to all passengers.”

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