The Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos” is one of the largest infrastructure projects in Europe.
The project commenced on 5 September, 1996, and was inaugurated on 27 March 2001. It is considered to be one of the top airports in Southern Europe and has received significant international distinctions for its facilities and the travel experience it offers.
TITAN was the exclusive provider of cement for the airport’s entire runway construction project, an exceedingly demanding one, whilst we had a 50% participation in the infrastructure of the remaining buildings.
The two runways have a total length of 7,800 metres and the distance between them is 1,575 metres. The main terminal is on four levels with 14 passenger boarding bridges and the satellite building hosts 10 passenger boarding bridges.
The Athens International Airport is an architectural gem for Greece and an important European gateway to the south.