Skiathos Airport ‘Alexandros Papadiamantis’ (IATA: JSI, ICAO: LGSK) is an airplane terminal on the island of Skiathos, Greece. Its 5,341-foot runway can oblige aircrafts up to the extent of a Boeing 757-200. The runway is portrayed as ‘short and slender’. In view of the uneven landscape on the island of Skiathos, Skiathos Airport was made by recovering area from the ocean between Skiathos island and the littler island of Lazareta adequately joining the two islands into one bigger island.It is appropriate for Small props, Small Jets and Regional Airliners. The air terminal initially worked in 1972. A traveler terminal and another control tower was developed in the late 1980s. The new and the present traveler terminal which opened in 2002, to better oblige the developing measure of travelers. Skiathos Airport has no jetways, implying that you need to walk the short separation from the flying machine to the terminal building. From 2014, there was expansion to the runway and another runway was presented. The Runway was reached out by 110 meters on the north side of the airplane terminal, which opened in summer 2014. An augmentation was added to the runway, for an extra 4–5 stopping stands. Prior to the development started, the air terminal had the limit with respect to just 2–3 extra stopping stands. This opened in 2016 In December 2015 the privatization of Skiathos Island National Airport and 13 other territorial air terminals of Greece was concluded with the consenting to of the arrangement between the Fraport AG/Copelouzos Group joint wander and the state privatization finance. “We marked the arrangement today,” the leader of Greece’s privatization office HRADF, Stergios Pitsiorlas, told Reuters. As indicated by the assention, the joint wander will work the 14 airplane terminals (counting Skiathos Island National Airport) for a long time as of fall 2016.
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