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Most visitors to Greece arrive by air, which tends to be the fastest and cheapest option, if not the most environmentally friendly.
Greece has four main international airports that take chartered and scheduled flights.
Many of Greece’s other international airports, including Corfu, Crete and Mykonos, have begun taking scheduled international flights with easyJet. Kos and Araxos also take direct flights from Germany. Other international airports across the country include Santorini (Thira), Karpathos, Samos, Skiathos, Hrysoupoli, Aktion, Kefallonia and Zakynthos. These airports are most often used for charter flights from the UK, Germany and Scandinavia.
Olympic Air is the country’s national airline with the majority of flights to and from Athens. Olympic flies direct between Athens and destinations throughout Europe, as well as to Cairo, İstanbul, Tel Aviv, New York and Toronto. Aegean Airlines has flights to/from destinations in Spain, Germany and Italy as well as to Paris, London, Cairo and İstanbul. The safety record of both airlines is exemplary. The contact details for local Olympic and Aegean offices are listed throughout the guide.
EasyJet offers some of the cheapest tickets between Greece and the rest of Europe and covers a huge range of destinations. If you’re coming from outside Europe, consider a cheap flight to a European hub like London and then an onward ticket with easyJet. Some airlines also offer cheap deals to students. If you’re planning to travel between June and September, it’s wise to book ahead.