Leros Municipal Airport, also known as Leros Airport, serves the island of Leros in Greece. The airport is located in the north of the island, about 3 kilometers away from Platanos. Its operation began in 1984 and served type ATR-43 aircraft.
Leros Airport is small with limited facilities. There is only one small cafe available for passengers. However, the airport provides basic services such as check-in counters, baggage handling, and security checks. The airport is fully accessible for passengers with disabilities.
Leros Airport was constructed in 1984 and has undergone several renovations and upgrades over the years to modernize its facilities and enhance the passenger experience.
Owner and Operator
Leros Airport is owned and operated by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA), a public organization responsible for the regulation and supervision of civil aviation in Greece. The HCAA is also responsible for developing and managing airports in Greece.
Distance from the Center of Platanos
Leros Airport is located approximately 3 kilometers (1.8 miles) from the center of Platanos, the main town on the island. It takes approximately 10 minutes to drive from the center of Platanos to the airport.
The fees for using Leros Airport vary depending on the type of aircraft and the services required. For more information on fees, please get in touch with the airport directly.
Ways to Get to the Airport from the Center of Platanos
The easiest way to get to Leros Airport from the center of Platanos is by taxi, which takes approximately 10 minutes and costs around 10-15€.
Alternatively, a bus service runs from the center of Platanos to the airport, with a journey time of approximately 15-20 minutes and a cost of around 2-3€.
MUNICIPAL CIVIL AIRPORT OF LEROS
The Airport Police Station (24/7 operation):