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Fraport offers “off airport check-in” at Thessaloniki throughout TIF

FRAPORT will be offering “off airport check-in” including luggage drop-off services in a specially designed area during the International Fair in Thessaloniki TIF. The service will be provided throughout the duration of the Fair, that is form 8th September to 16th September 2018.

The service aims to better facilitate the TIF visitors making their transfer to the Thessaloniki airport “Makedonia”, the company that manages “Macedonia” airport said.

TIF visitors can find a special Fraport booth at the heart of the trade fair,” Fraport said in a statement.

The service aims to better facilitate the TIF visitors making their transfer to the Thessaloniki airport “Makedonia”, Fraport said in a statement.

During the 83rd Thessaloniki International Fair (TIF), Fraport Greece will be offering “off airport check-in” facilities – an innovative service provided by airport operators at conferences and trade fairs worldwide.

In order to better facilitate the TIF visitors making their transfer to the Thessaloniki airport “Makedonia”, Fraport Greece will be offering an “off airport check-in” including luggage drop-off services in a specially designed area at the fair.

Fraport Greece will be providing the service throughout the duration of TIF (8th September – 16 September 2018) in cooperation with three ground handling companies and airlines. The “off airport check-in” procedure allows passengers to use the service 12 to 3 hours prior to the scheduled flight departure time.

Exclusively designed by Fraport Greece, the “off airport check-in” service will be located at B13, right at the heart of the trade fair.

Fraport Greece CEO Alexander Zinell said: “I am delighted that Fraport Greece, a strategic partner for the growth of Thessaloniki, will be offering the innovative “off airport check-in” service facilitating professionals and visitors of the country’s largest trade event”.

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