Mykonos Island National Airport in a nutshell


The smaller airport on Mykonos is located 4 km southeast of the town centre and about 10 km from the new port of Mykonos, from where you can take a boat to nearby islands such as Tinos.

The airport is mainly used during the summer months, when it reaches capacity to the extent that there is a restriction on aircraft staying on the tarmac for a maximum of 1 hour.

The airlines that operate the most flights to the airport during the summer are easyJet, Wizz Air and Ryanair. The high season runs from June to October, when you will also find the most direct connections.

There are regular year-round flights only to Athens. Tickets to the Greek capital and onwards to Europe can be purchased on the Greek Airlines website: or

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The airport's single terminal is very uncluttered and distances from the entrance to the aircraft are within 100 metres. In the summer season, be prepared for a shortage of seating and security lines extending outside the terminal (they can last up to 30 minutes).

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