Transfer at Thessaloniki Airport


The airport has two terminals - T1 and T2, which are connected in the public part by an internal corridor about 150 metres long. You can go between them on foot or outside.

In the transit area behind the security checkpoint, the two terminals are connected into one departure area. Whichever terminal you pass through security, it always leads to the common transit area.

The terminals are divided by airline, not by destination.

  • Terminal 1 - Air Serbia, British Airways, Cyprus Airways, easyJet, El Al,, Swiss, Tarom, Turkish Airlines, Wizz Air
  • Terminal 2 - Aegean Airlines, airBaltic, Austrian, Enter Air, Eurowings, Lufthansa, Norwegian, Olympic Air, Ryanair, SAS, Sky Express, Smartwings, Transavia, Volotea

Check-in desks are always on the 1st floor, the ground floor is reserved for arrivals.

The airport is overall very clear and modern.

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Transfer between flights

Thessaloniki Airport is used mainly by Aegean Airlines for connecting flights from their European flights to routes around the Greek islands. Thessaloniki is a much more pleasant airport for transfers than Athens (ATH).

The transfer is very easy and straightforward, just follow the "Flight Connections" signs. Most of the time you will be connecting within the Schengen area, during which time you will not go through any checks.

You can easily transfer from one flight to another in Thessaloniki in 25 minutes.

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