The move of the newly established Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority to its new offices, in building 46 of the “El. Venizelos” Athens International Airport, is expected to be completed within November. The renovations and improvements of the building have been completed and now the time has come for the full installation of the organization at its headquarters.
In this phase, those who had stayed at the facilities of the old Airport will be transferred to the newly built APA facilities. That is, those who work in the facilities of Vouliagmeni island and the central service.
The move of the Civil Aviation Authority to its new buildings has caused optimism in the world of Civil Aviation, given the “appetite” of the Authority’s commander, Mr. Tsitouras, who seems to have… an allergy to slow, bureaucratic procedures.