Mykonos is well-connected being a top tourist destination in Greece. If you are traveling from other parts of the world, you will have to take note of the flights that will get you to the island. There is one airport in Mykonos. Located 4km from the main town, Chora, this airport serves daily flights from the airport of Athens via Aegean Airlines and Olympic Air. During summer though both these airlines provide direct flights from Thessaloniki daily. It is also during this peak season that flights from Santorini, Rhodes, Volos, and Crete by Sky Express is provided. From May until October, many charter airlines from a number of European airports fly directly to the island. Among them are:

  • Vueling from Barcelona and Madrid
  • Trawel Fly from Milan Orio al Serio
  • ThomasCook and Jetairfly from Brussels
  • German Wings from Bonn
  • Lauda Air from Vienna
  • Edelweiss Air from Zurich and Geneva
  • Borajet from Istanbul
  • Arkefly from Amsterdam
  • Air Berlin from Hamburg, Munich, Vienna, and Nuremberg

Mykonos flights

From the airport you can take a cab to take you to the accommodation in Mykonos (hotels in Mykonos, hostels in Mykonos, or apartments in Mykonos) that you booked for. Taxis will not be hard to look for as there are plenty waiting at the airport – opposite to the terminal building. Taxi cost around € 8 and a few more for carrying your luggage. Many of the accommodations in the island though offer free transfer from the airport to them.