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Mykonos: introduction

Mykonos, one of the Aegean Sea’s most emblematic islands, has long been synonymous with lively nightlife and breathtaking scenery. The island is famous for its golden sandy beaches, whitewashed alleyways and iconic windmills. Every year, Mykonos attracts visitors from all over the world in search of relaxation and adventure. Its airport, located just a few kilometers from the main town of Chora and open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. – 7 days a week, is an essential gateway to this island paradise. Known as Mykonos Airport, this modern, welcoming facility offers easy access to this popular destination. Find out more about Mykonos airport with AEROAFFAIRES.

History of Mykonos airport

The history of Mykonos airport is closely linked to the evolution of this iconic Greek island. It has become a world-renowned destination. Located close to the main town of Chora, Mykonos airport has a rich and fascinating history.

In the 1960s, Mykonos gained popularity as a popular tourist destination. To cope with the growing influx of visitors, the construction of an airport on the island was undertaken. It was inaugurated in 1971. Over time, several renovations were undertaken to further boost island tourism. In December 2015, Mykonos Airport was privatized and is now operated by Fraport AG and the Copelouzos Group. Since 2017, Fraport Greece has been responsible for managing the airport and is planning further expansion work. Today, Mykonos Airport handles around 12,000 flight movements a year and welcomes around one million passengers.

Over the years, Mykonos airport has become a vital crossroads for travellers from all over the world. The island attracts visitors in search of sunshine, pristine beaches and lively nightlife. Today, Mykonos national airport handles international flights. It also hosts charter and private flights, playing an essential role in the island’s economic and tourism development.

How do I get to Mykonos by private jet?

Travelling to Mykonos by private jet offers an incomparable travel experience, combining exclusivity, comfort and flexibility for discerning travellers in search of efficiency. Passengers can customize their journey to suit their needs, with a vast choice of itineraries, schedules and aircraft.

At Mykonos airport, passengers enjoy exclusive access to FBOs (private terminals). These FBOs offer a wide range of services, including concierge services, VIP rooms, catering and ground transfers. AEROAFFAIRES offers personalized transfer services. Enjoy a smooth, exclusive journey.

In addition, due to the high demand for flights to Mykonos during the summer, slots allocated to private jets are limited. Also, aircraft are generally only allowed to remain on the ground for a maximum of one hour. We therefore recommend that you book your private jet in advance to guarantee the time slot of your choice. Another option would be to land in Athens and arrange a helicopter transfer to Mykonos, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the Greek landscape. The trip takes around 35 minutes. AEROAFFAIRES can help you book your flights and organize your helicopter transfer from as little as 4000 EUR.

Please note that Mykonos airport has introduced a summer fee of 2,500 euros per arrival and departure. This new tax will apply to all flights between June 20 and September 20, 2024. It cannot be avoided as it is a FRAPORT airport tax.

Pets are accepted at Mykonos airport, in accordance with current regulations. Service dogs must be notified 48 hours before arrival at Mykonos airport.

Discover Mykonos on a private jet with AEROAFFAIRES!

Experts in private aircraft charter, AEROAFFAIRES offers VIP, personalized service at the best price. Whatever aircraft you’re looking for, your dedicated flight consultant will provide you with 24/7 assistance up to 2 hours before your flight.

Nearly 95,000 passengers have already flown with AEROAFFAIRES, on more than 20,000 different private aircraft. Traveling with AEROAFFAIRES also means supporting our Sky CO2 program, which helps finance the preservation of ecosystems in France.

Fill in our online quote, or contact us by telephone on +33 (0) 1 44 09 91 82 or by e-mail: charter@aeroaffaires.com.

Price estimate for the rental of a private jet

The prices below are given as a guide. To estimate the price of your trip, please contact us to draw up a quote to meet your precise requirements.
From To Duration Plane Price Seats Price per passenger
Paris Mykonos 03:55 PILATUS PC-24 Light Jets 35 400€ 10 3 540€
Milan Linate Mykonos 02:20 CITATION XLS Midsize Jets 24 450€ 6 4 075€
Geneva Cointrin Mykonos 02:50 LEARJET 40 XR Light Jets 28 550€ 8 3 568€
Athens Mykonos 00:35 ECUREUIL AS350 helicopter Helicopters 4 000€ 4 1 000€

Useful information

Address:

Mykonos 846 00, Greece

Coordinates:

  • GPS: 37° 26′ 06″ north, 25° 20′ 53″ east
  • Altitude 123 meters (404 ft)
  • IATA Code: JMK
  • ICAO Code : LGMK
  • Greek airport code: ΚΑΜΚ
  • Runway length: 1,903 meters

The airport’s asphalt runway can accommodate all types of jets, from turboprops to airliners.

Opening hours: the airport is open from 6am to 10pm – 7 days a week, with the possibility of extensions for special cases and subject to prior agreement.

Mykonos airport has 3 FBOS:

These FBOs offer a wide range of services, including :

  • Concierge
  • Catering
  • Customs and immigration
  • Wifi
  • Lounge
  • Working room
  • Luggage services
  • Car rental
  • Pets allowed

Location & access

The airport is located to the southeast of Mykonos town, on the island’s west coast. It is only 4 kilometers from the town center, which is equivalent to a 10-minute drive.

To reach Mykonos from Athens by helicopter, the flight time is around 35 minutes.

AEROAFFAIRES offers personalized transfer services. Enjoy a smooth and exclusive journey.

Recommandations

Where to stay in Mykonos?

AEROAFFAIRES recommends the luxury hotels Anax Luxury Resort & Spa and Le Belvedere. These luxurious hotels offer SPA and restaurant services.

What to do in Mykonos?

AEROAFFAIRES recommends strolling through the beautiful village of Mykonos and taking advantage of the island’s many heavenly beaches.

Which restaurant on Mykonos?

AEROAFFAIRES recommends the Nammos restaurant. Located on the famous Psarou beach, Nammos not only offers refined Mediterranean cuisine, but also a lively and elegant atmosphere.

A question ? Contact our team

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Isabelle CLERC

CEO AEROAFFAIRES

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François-Xavier CLERC

Founder AEROAFFAIRES

Our airline experts remain at your disposal to help you at every stage of your reservation.

  • Does Mykonos airport have facilities for people with reduced mobility?

    Yes, Mykonos airport has higher quality standards for ground assistance for disabled people and people with reduced mobility when traveling by air.

  • What is the typical flight time for a private jet flight to Mykonos from major European cities?

    Flight times vary according to distance and aircraft type. In general, private jet flights from major European cities such as Paris, London or Geneva to Mykonos take between 2 and 4 hours.

  • When is the best time to travel by private jet to Mykonos?

    Mykonos’ peak tourist season generally runs from May to September, when the weather is warm and sunny. However, private jet flights are available all year round, and some travelers prefer to visit the island during the quieter months of April, October and November to avoid the summer crowds.

  • What are the current regulations on transporting pets?

    Transporting pets in Greece requires a pet passport for your dog, cat or ferret, as well as proof of microchipping, rabies vaccination and an EU health certificate.

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