Athens International Airport (ATH)

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Athens Airport: Your Gateway to Meet Greece

Athens International Airport, officially named “El. Venizelos” and shortly known as AIA, is the biggest and most widely-known airport in Greece. Located 33km away from Athens city center, in Spata area, Athens airport is the “home” of Aegean Airlines and is listed among the busiest airports in Europe. Modern, multi-awarded and user-friendly, the airport of the Greek capital will offer you a wide range of amenities as well as quick and effective services.

Athens Airport Terminals

Athens International Airport has two terminals known as the “Main Terminal” and the “Satellite” Terminal. The two terminals are connected through an underground link.

The Main Terminal is spread through 3 levels. One hosts the dining area and the other two serve the arrivals and the departures respectively. What’s more, the Main Terminal has two Halls. Hall A handles flights from Non-Schengen and Non-European countries while Hall B accommodates domestic services and flights from Schengen Area countries. On the other hand, the Satellite Terminal has two levels, one for the arrivals and one for the departures.

Athens Airport Contact Info

Address: Athens International Airport “El Venizelos” SA, Spata, 19019, Greece
Phone: (+30) 2103530000 (available 24/7)
Fax: (+30) 2103530001
E-mail: airport_info@aia.gr
Lost Property Office: (+30) 2103530515 (located at the arrivals level)

Transportation

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Flights

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FAQs

Does Athens have only one airport?

Yes, Athens International Airport, El. Venizelos, is the only airport in Athens. It serves both domestic and international flights and is the largest airport of Greece welcoming millions of passengers annually.

How many terminals does Athens airport have?

Athens airport has two terminals, the Main Terminal and the Satellite Terminal, which are connected via an underground link. In the long term, the airport is planned to be expanded in order to cope with the rising passenger traffic.

How early should I arrive at Athens airport?

A two-hour arrival before the flight is recommended, especially during the peak season, which is during the summer.

Is Athens airport open 24 hours?

Athens airport is open around the clock. Therefore, you can travel stress-free even if you are landing in the early hours of the morning or you have to spend the night at the airport.

Airport Name: Athens International Airport

IATA Code: ATH

ICAO: LGAV

Location: Spata, Athens, Greece

Time Zone: Eastern European Summer Time (UTC+3)

Airport Map: Athens Airport at Google Maps