Athens International Airport

What is Athens International Airport known for?


development title

” in the category of 100 - 500,000 metric tones annually. "AIA was honoured with the most prestigious international distinction in cargo air transport. The distinction was conferred at the “Cargo Airline of the Year” award ceremony, an annual event jointly organized by “Air Cargo News” Magazine and Airports Council International (ACI). AIA received international

- "Air Cargo Excellence Survey" in the category (100,000 - 499,000 tonnes Europe). "Athens International Airport was honoured with a significant international distinction in the field of cargo development: voted by cargo airlines from all around the world, AIA came out as winner in its category (100,000 - 499,000 tonnes Europe), in the framework


excellent work

to Athens International Airport. Athens secured this award due to its high economic performance in a very challenging context, its excellent work in redeveloping its traffic base while keeping a strong focus on the quality of service." 2014 Notes https: commons.wikimedia.org wiki File:Airlines_at_Athens_International_Airport.jpg External links


excellence quality

Department was honoured by the Hellenic Institute of Internal Auditors (HIIA) with the “Recognition of Commitment” (ROC). "During a special award ceremony, AIA’s Internal Audit Department was honoured by the Hellenic Institute of Internal Auditors (HIIA) with the “Recognition of Commitment” (ROC) for 2004 for demonstrating Professional Excellence, Quality


professional+excellence

Department was honoured by the Hellenic Institute of Internal Auditors (HIIA) with the “Recognition of Commitment” (ROC). in Frankfurt. Spanish construction company Grupo ACS, which already had almost 30 percent of Hochtief, launched in mid September, a bid that would allow ACS to have more than 50 percent of Hochtief. The bid was approved by the German Federal Financial Supervisory Authority (BaFin) on 29 November 2010. Bafin press release, Bafin website, accessed 5 April 2011 ACS raised the stake in Hochtief to 50.16 percent as of 18 June 2011 Deutsche Welle taking over control of the company. *1994-1996: Commerzbank Tower , Frankfurt am Main *1996-2000: Athens International Airport, Greece *1998-2000: Kandinsky-Klee house restoration, Dessau thumb 300px right File photo of the crashed Helios Airways B 737 © airliners.gr Elliot Kefalas (Image:Helios 737.jpg) A Helios (w:Helios Airways) airliner (Boeing 737 (w:Boeing 737), flight HCY 522) with 115 passengers and 6 crew onboard has crashed into a mountain at 09:04 UTC (w:UTC) (12:04 p.m. EEST (w:EEST)) near Grammatiko (w:Grammatiko), 40 kilometre (w:kilometre)s (25 mile (w:mile)s) north of Athens (w:Athens), while approaching the capital's airport (w:Athens International Airport). All on board perished. The plane was travelling from Larnaca (w:Larnaca), in the southeast of Cyprus (w:Cyprus) (Greek:Kypros, Κύπρος) and scheduled to arrive in Prague (w:Prague) after a stop in Athens. Norwegian also announced that their flights from Moss to Antalya (w:Antalya Airport), Valencia (w:Valencia Airport), Athens (w:Athens International Airport) and Istanbul (w:Sabiha Gökçen International Airport) will be closing for the winter season (previously they were all-year destinations).


special event

in a special event in Barcelona, on October 14th." 2013 - Winner of Routes Airport Marketing Award in the 4 – 20 m. passengers category. "“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


leading business

resources training and development, during the 6th Human Resources Symposium organized by KPMG, a leading business consulting firm." 2003 - ''European Airport of the Year 2004'' by the British Institute of Transport Management (ITM). "The successful implementation of its innovative business scheme earned AIA the title of the “European


industry international

in Paris with a prestigious international distinction, the "Aerospace Industry Awards 2005", in the "Infrastructure & Environment" Award category, within the framework of the 46th International Paris Air Show, the biggest industry international exposition (Le Bourget, Paris)." 2005 - OAG Airport Marketing Award in the category (10 - 25 million passengers).


innovative

resources training and development, during the 6th Human Resources Symposium organized by KPMG, a leading business consulting firm." 2003 - ''European Airport of the Year 2004'' by the British Institute of Transport Management (ITM). "The successful implementation of its innovative business scheme earned AIA the title of the “European

official web site "For the fourth consecutive year, Athens International Airport (AIA) won the OAG-Routes Airport Marketing Award for consistently and dynamically supporting airlines’ route development through the airport’s wide-scale, innovative marketing programmes*. AIA received the “OAG-Routes Airport Marketing Award” in the framework of the 14th World Route Development Forum, “ROUTES” (Kuala Lumpur October 12th-14th), this year sharing the 1st place with Brussels Airport, which also

of “Webbies” awards, in the framework of Flightglobal.com’s “Webbies – Aviation Web Awards 2008”. Athens International Airport’s www.aia.gr was awarded with the bronze award in the “Best Airport Website” category and the silver award in the category “Best Online Innovation”, for offering airlines personalized customer communication through the innovative e-tools “Infogate” and “Autopilot”, blending market intelligence with e-communication." 2008 - “Webbies – Aviation Web Awards


special award

" regardless of airport size. "Global Airport Monitor" by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). 2003 - KPMG “Award for Human Resources Training and Development”. "AIA was honoured with a special award for its significant activity in the field of human

Department was honoured by the Hellenic Institute of Internal Auditors (HIIA) with the “Recognition of Commitment” (ROC). "During a special award ceremony, AIA’s Internal Audit Department was honoured by the Hellenic Institute of Internal Auditors (HIIA) with the “Recognition of Commitment” (ROC) for 2004 for demonstrating Professional Excellence, Quality


award

Athens. All 115 passengers and 6 crew on board the aircraft were killed. With 121 fatalities, this was the deadliest aviation disaster in Greek history. Awards style "margin:auto;" class "wikitable sortable" - ! class "unsortable" Award ! class "sortable" Year - - Second place in Europe in the main category of "Overall Passenger Satisfaction" for airports handling up to 15 million passengers annually. ΙΑΤΑ Award ref name "

passengers annually. ΙΑΤΑ Award 2001 - First position in Europe, in the airport size category up to 15 million passengers per annum. IATA "Global Airport Monitor" Award for "Overall Passenger Satisfaction". "In the airport size category up to 15 million passengers

per annum, "Eleftherios Venizelos" moved up to the 1st position in Europe, but also to the 1st position in the world, according to the annual results of IATA's independent survey "Global Airport Monitor" for 2002." 2002 - First position in the world, in the airport size category up to 15 million passengers per annum. IATA "Global Airport Monitor" Award for "Overall Passenger Satisfaction". ref name "Europe 2002" >

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