Athens International airport is also known by the name 'Eleftherios Venizelos' (ATH). It was named after the Prime minister of Greece, Mr Eleftherio Venizelo, and was opened on the 29th of March 2001. It is now ranked amongst the 30 busiest airports in Europe and is the principal hub for Aegean, Olympic and Cyprus airlines. Athens International Airport is in fact a major connecting point to the Middle East and Europe.
Athens airport, also known as Eleftherios Venizelos airport, is the most well-known airport in Greece. Located in Athens-Spata, it has one main terminal divided into two areas: area A and area B, plus a satellite terminal for charter flights.
Athens airport itself has spaces divided into 3 sectors:
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