Skyros Airport is a small airport located on the island of Skyros in Greece. The airport provides domestic flights from Athens and is operated by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA).
Skyros Airport has a small terminal building with basic facilities, including a check-in counter, a waiting area, and a cafe. There is also a small parking area outside the terminal building for cars and taxis.
Systems of Civil Aviation
Skyros Airport has advanced civil aviation systems, including air traffic control and meteorology. The airport has one runway, which is 1,600 meters long and can accommodate small to medium-sized aircraft.
Skyros Airport was opened in the 1980s and underwent significant renovations in 2003 to meet the growing demand for air travel to the island. The airport has undergone several upgrades and renovations to modernize its facilities and enhance the passenger experience.
Owner and Operator
Skyros Airport is owned and operated by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA), a public organization responsible for regulating and supervising civil aviation in Greece. The HCAA is also responsible for developing and managing airports in Greece.
Distance from the Center of Chora
Skyros Airport is located approximately 4 kilometers north of Chora, the island's capital. It takes about 10-15 minutes to drive from the center of Chora to the airport.
The fees for using Skyros Airport vary depending on the type of aircraft and the services required. For more information on costs, please contact the airport directly.
Ways to Get to the Airport from the Center of Chora
The most convenient way to get to Skyros Airport from the center of Chora is by taxi, which takes approximately 10-15 minutes and costs around 10-15€.
Alternatively, a bus service runs from the center of Chora to the airport, with a journey time of approximately 20-25 minutes and a cost of around 2-3€.
NATIONAL CIVIL AIRPORT OF SKYROS
34007 SKYROS, Ν. EVIAS
The Airport Police Station (24/7 operation):