Athens Airport to Cut Landing Charges
December 2, 2005
Athens International Airport said Friday it was cutting landing charges for airlines that introduce new or additional cargo services at the airport.
Under a three-year incentive policy, the airport said it would reduce landing and parking charges for the first year of operations by 50 percent, by 37.5 percent in the second year and by 25 percent for the third year.
The move is designed to boost profitable cargo traffic flows, the airport said. It introduced a similar incentive policy in September for passenger flights.
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