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Sunday, April 18, 2021

The Greek airport that was left to fall apart | CNN Travel

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Serving over 20 million passengers before the pandemic, the Athens International Airport was once considered the world’s gateway to Greece’s treasures. The airport is located at the southern Athenian coast, roughly three times Monaco’s size, Hellenikon. For decades, the airport was the only international airport in Athens and was once Athens’s main hub for commercial air travel. But with Greece’s tourism industry rapidly expanding, the airport shut its doors indefinitely to make way for a larger, more modern facility and was left to decay.

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