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    icon avatar for Airport SuppliedAirport Supplied

      We have been informed by the company running the airport that at present there are no bottle filling stations available.

      Rodothea K
      Fraport Greece

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        You can buy 500ml for € 0.60. But you will have to ask for it at the register. The 500ml bottles which are on display, are the expensive ones – so don’t take those. 500ml for 60 cent
        #plasticfree #BeatPlasticPollution

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        icon avatar for EddieEddie

          Be prepared to pay €5.90 for a 500ml bottle of evian disgusting airport prices

          ( I have left more than 1 comment on the airports website. – admin )

          #plasticfree

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          icon avatar for NigelNigel

            As already mentioned there are cheaper bottles of water to purchase, the French Bakery (just before passport control) has 500ml for €0.6 (also 800ml bottles). Ask for the cheaper water at the till, brand is Aypa (blue cap).
            #plasticfree #BeatPlasticPollution

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            icon avatar for StephenStephen

              Money grabbing. That all, it is try to cut down on plastic waste
              #plasticfree #fraport

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              icon avatar for MichalMichal

                Hello, what does it mean, that “we would have to ask for the 60 cents water at the register”?

                You mean we need to ask cashier to give us not the water in display but for this exact price?

                 

                Thank you in advance.
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                icon avatar for GeorgeGeorge

                  Yes, 60 cents for local brand of water in French Bakery just before passport control.

                  #plasticfree #BeatPlasticPollution

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                  icon avatar for LeaalbaLeaalba

                    I am at Rhodos airport now, June 2024, and in the duty free (with all the alcohol/tobacco/sweets) there are 0.8l bottles of water in the fridge, the sign says 1€ each but I got 2 and was charged 1.40€ so 0.70€ each. This is after passport control, just to let people know.
                    #plasticfree #BeatPlasticPollution

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