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Cheap Flights to Mykonos

Cheap Flights to Mykonos Airport

Mykonos offers the quintessential Greek experience: ancient ruins, white sand beaches, iconic windmills, fresh seafood and unforgettable sunsets.  Mykonos Airport (officially known as Mykonos Island National Airport and represented by the code JMK) warmly welcomes travelers to this picturesque Greek island.  It is situated only four kilometers from Mykonos Town, which rewards visitors with the best selection of hotels, restaurants and tour operators on the island.  If you've always dreamed of a Greek getaway, now is the time to book your cheap flight to Mykonos Airport with Skyscanner.   

Best Time to Book a Flight to Mykonos Airport

High season on Mykonos consists of July and August, when hotels are always at full capacity, beaches are packed with sun worshipers, and restaurant tables spill out onto the town's sidewalks.  Unsurprisingly, prices for everything from flights to bottled water rise accordingly during this time of year.  Local experts recommend visiting Mykonos in the short shoulder season that runs from May to mid-June, and then again from September to early October.  The weather is still gorgeous during this time, but the crowds have dissipated and prices have returned to normal.  No matter when you want to visit Mykonos, a Skyscanner price alert will allow you to receive an instant notification when airfares go on sale. 

Airlines that Fly to Mykonos Airport

Service to Mykonos Airport is highly dependent on the season.  During the summer, more than thirty different airlines connect the island to airports across Europe, Asia and North Africa.  Outside of high season, however, the airport is all but shut down, with only occasional service to nearby airports, limited hours of operation and limited services available for travelers.  Because there are no direct flights from Canada to Mykonos Airport, most travelers will change planes in another European airport.  Busy routes in the high season include flying through London with British Airways, through Frankfurt with Condor, or through Vienna with Austrian Airlines.  In the low season, travelers must first fly to Athens International Airport and then connect to a local airline. 

What to Expect When Arriving at the Mykonos Airport

The Mykonos Airport is a small airport that was designed to quickly move passengers to and from the island, and offers little of interest to arriving passengers.  It does have all of the expected amenities, including ATMs, public telephones, a hotel booking office and many car rental companies.  There is no reliable public transportation from the airport to the city center, so travelers can make the ten-minute trip using a pre-arranged airport shuttle, their rental car, or one of the many taxis waiting outside the arrivals area.

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