Zakynthos Airport, also known as Zakynthos International Airport or Dionysios Solomos Airport, is the main airport serving the island of Zakynthos in Greece.
Systems of Civil Aviation
Zakynthos Airport has advanced civil aviation systems to ensure the safety and efficiency of all flights operating to and from the airport. The airport is equipped with Instrument Landing System (ILS) and Distance Measuring Equipment (DME), which helps pilots to navigate and land safely in low visibility conditions.
Zakynthos Airport offers a range of facilities to ensure passengers have a comfortable and enjoyable travel experience. The airport has a variety of shops, restaurants, and cafes for passengers to enjoy before and after their flights. ATMs, currency exchange offices, and car rental services are also available at the airport.
Zakynthos Airport was built in the early 1970s and has undergone several upgrades to become the modern airport it is today. The airport is named after Dionysios Solomos, a famous Greek poet who wrote the national anthem of Greece.
Owner and Operator
Zakynthos Airport is owned by the Greek state and is operated by Fraport Greece, a subsidiary of Fraport AG. Fraport Greece manages, works, and develops 14 regional airports in Greece, including Zakynthos Airport.
Distance from the Center of Zakynthos Town
Zakynthos Airport is located approximately 5 kilometers away from Zakynthos Town, the capital and largest town of the island of Zakynthos. Driving from the center of Zakynthos Town takes 10-15 minutes to the airport.
The fees for using Zakynthos 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 Zakynthos Town
The most convenient way to get to Zakynthos Airport from the center of Zakynthos Town is by taxi, which takes approximately 10-15 minutes and costs around 15-20€.
Alternatively, a bus service runs from Zakynthos Town to the airport, with a journey time of approximately 20-25 minutes and a cost of around 2-3€.
INTERNATIONAL CIVIL AIRPORT OF ZAKINTHOS "DIONISIOS SOLOMOS"
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