Kos Island Airport
Locally referred to as Hippocrates Airport after the famous doctor, Kos Island International Airport is located on the island of Kos, roughly 16 miles (26km) southwest of the town of the same name. Popular with tourists who use the town as a base while exploring the Greek islands, Kos Island International Airport is the sixth-busiest airport in Greece, particularly in the peak summer season.
The small terminal processes roughly two million passengers per year, and has a reputation for being disorganised and chaotic during busy periods, with long queues snaking around the terminal. Passengers flying to Kos Island International Airport should bring a lot of patience.
Flights to Kos Island International Airport are available in the summer months from cities around Europe, including London, Amsterdam, Prague, Zurich, Tel Aviv and Frankfurt. During the winter however, the only flights to Kos are domestic routes from Athens, Thessaloniki, Leros and Rhodes.
Kos Island International Airport is located roughly 16 miles (26km) southwest of Kos Town.
There is limited parking at the airport, charged at €3.80 per hour for short-term and €26 per day for long-term parking.
Flights to Kos Island International Airport are available on Aegean Airlines, Air Berlin, Austrian Airlines, Condor, easyJet, Jet2.com, Monarch, Olympic Air, Ryanair, Sky Express, Swiss International, Thomas Cook, Thomson, Transaero and TUIfly.
Kos Airport has no wifi.
There are no conference or business facilities in the airport.
Kos Island Airport Taxis: the taxi fares above are intended as a guideline only.