Mykonos Airport Guide (JMK)
Serving the island of Mykonos in Greece’s Cyclades island group, Mykonos Airport operates routes to and from a number of international destinations. Our Mykonos Airport guide includes contact details as well as information relating to terminal facilities, transport routes and nearby hotels.
The distance between Mykonos Airport and Mykonos Town's centre is only 4km (2.5 miles), so whether driving from the airport to the town or vice versa, it is relatively simple. Just take the main road running southeast from the town or northwest from the airport and follow the signs.
Bus:A regular local bus service operates between Mykonos Airport and Mykonos Town centre (journey time: 10 minutes; fare: €2).
Taxi:Taxis are available at the taxi rank opposite the terminal building, from which local companies including Radio Taxi Mykonos (tel: +30 22890 23700) operate. The journey time into Mykonos is about 10 minutes and the fare is around €15, depending on the destination.
There are no restaurants at Mykonos Airport, but there is a cafeteria selling hot and cold drinks, snacks and light meals in the terminal building. There are also three bars at the airport.
There is a duty-free shop (for passengers leaving the EU) in the terminal building that sells tobacco, spirits, perfumes, cosmetics, travel accessories and gift items.
There is a lost and found office in the terminal building, but there is no left luggage service at Mykonos Airport.
There are no conference or business facilities at Mykonos Airport. The nearby Tharroe of Mykonos Hotel (tel: +30 22890 27370; www.tharroeofmykonos.gr) has a meeting room and a business centre. VIP services (tel: +30 22890 79001) are also available at the airport.
There is an on-site car park at Mykonos Airport offering both short- and long-term parking spaces.
Car hire companies represented at Mykonos Airport include: Avance, Avis, Hertz and Sixt.