Flights to Greece
Flights to Greece from the UK
Which Greek airport do flights land in?
There are many international airports in Greece but the main air traffic hub is Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport (often just called Athens International Airport), which is located 12 miles (20km) east of downtown Athens.
Are there direct flights between the UK and Greece?
Yes, there are frequent direct flights to Greece from the UK.
How long is the flight from the UK to Greece?
The flight from London to Greece can take anything between three to five hours depending on the destination.
What is the time difference between the UK and Greece?
Athens is two hours ahead of London time.
Which airlines fly to Greece from the UK?
EasyJet, Aegean Airlines, British Airways and Olympic Air offer cheap direct flights from the UK to Athens. Ryanair, British Airways, Thomson Flights and easyJet fly direct to Thessaloniki from the UK. Thomson Flights, easyJet, Monarch and Jet2 offer cheap flights to Corfu from the UK. EasyJet flies direct to Mykonos and Kalamata. EasyJet, flythomascook, Thomson Flights and Monarch fly direct to Zante (Zakynthos) from the UK. Ryanair, Thomson Flights, Monarch, Jet2 and easyJet offer cheap flights to Crete. EasyJet, Thomson Flights, Monarch, and Jet2 fly direct to Kos from the UK. EasyJet and Thomson Flights fly direct to Santorini from the UK. EasyJet, Thomson Flights, Monarch and Jet2 offer cheap flights to Rhodes from the UK.
Flights to Greece from the USA
Are there direct flights between the US and Greece?
There are direct flights to Athens from New York and Philadelphia, and a number of connecting flights to Greece from other parts of the US.
How long is the flight from the US to Greece?
The flight from New York to Athens takes about nine to ten hours.
What is the time difference between the US and Greece?
Athens is seven hours ahead of New York time.
Which airlines fly to Greece from the US?
KLM, Delta and Olympic Air fly direct to Athens from New York.
Aegean Airlines and US Airways fly direct to Athens from
Airports in Greece
The airport is situated 20 miles (33km) south east of Athens city centre.
Kalamaki, south of Zakynthos
Messini, northwest of Kalamata
2 miles (4km) southeast of Fira/Thira Town, near Monolithos
The airport is located 5 miles (about 8km) south of Argostoli.
The airport is located 4 miles (about 7km) south of the town of Preveza.
Souda Bay, 8.7 miles (14km) east of Chania
The airport is located 10 miles (about 16km) south of the city centre.
18.6 miles (30km) east of Kavala
The airport is located 2 miles (about 3km) northeast of Xanemos.
3km south of Corfu
The airport is located just nine miles (14km) from Rodos on the island of Rhodes in Greece.
The airport is located three miles (5km) east of Heraklion on Crete.
Kos Island International Airport is located roughly 16 miles (26km) southwest of Kos Town.
The airport is located 2.5 miles (4km) from Chora.