The new international airport for Athens, Greece is to get a dedicated business aviation terminal in time for the Olympic Games next year, and is calling for help in estimating the likely number of users.

The relatively new Eleftherios Venizelos international airport has no special provision for business aircraft, but the new business aviation terminal will house customs and immigration, passenger and crew lounges and office space. Athens International is calling for potential users to contact them or the European Business Aviation Association - which has been pressing Athens to provide a dedicated terminal - with expected levels of use for the period.

Visitors need to prepare well in advance as the predicted high number of movements could squeeze slot allocation.

Source: Flight International