Kos Island Airport Guide
In this section you will find traveller airport reviews as well as our Kos Airport Guide with info on WiFi, lounges, facilities and services....and yes, even the names of some airport hotels in case you decide that sleeping in the airport is not for you!
when the airline actually admitted they owed us a meal the security wouldn't let us out of the departures lounge to claim it! -Katherine
To help you plan your layover or overnight sleepover, we are here to give you the low-down on what travellers have reported back to us during their time at Kos Island Airport.
What to Expect
- A small, single-terminal airport, served mainly by seasonal flights. Shopping and dining options are very basic.
- Disorganized and inefficient airport procedures.
- Reviewers reported waiting in long lines to enter the airport, check-in for flights, check bags and go through airport security. Flight display boards were often delayed in displaying information, or not available for viewing.
- Lack of seating and long lines for dirty restrooms, particularly during the busy summer months.
- Free WiFi is is available. See WiFi in the airport guide below.
Where to Sleep
- As of February 2017, we have no reviews from travellers who have attempted to sleep in this airport. Write a review to help future travellers!
- For uninterrupted sleep, there are hotels near the airport. See Airport Hotels in the airport guide below.
For more information about the services and facilities available, scroll down to continue exploring our Kos Airport Guide. Send us your airport tips to help us keep this information up to date.
In this guide we may refer to locations as "landside" and "airside". Landside is the public area of the terminal located in the non-secure zone, before security. Airside is the secure area of the terminal that you must reach by going through security.
As of this update we were unable to confirm whether the airport has any first class or business lounges. If you know, please email us at email@example.com.
Free WiFi is avilable at Kos Airport. (submitted by a reader)
If sleeping in Kos Airport does not appeal to you, there are hotels near the airport:
- Robinson Club Daidalos - (10 minutes from the airport) No airport shuttle.
- Eleni Hotel - (10 minutes from the airport) Airport transfers available.
- Atlantica Porto Bello Royal - (10 minutes from the airport) Airport transfers are available upon request for 35,00€ each way.
To see more options there is a list of hotels near Kos Airport on Tripadvisor that can be sorted by price, distance, traveller rating and popularity.
- Car Rentals - Yes, see our Airport Transportation section below.
- Duty Free & Shopping - Duty-free shopping is available.
- Food & Drinks - The airport has a cafe, open 24 hours during high season (April-Oct), and four bars.
- Information Desk - Yes
- Medical Services - Yes
The airport is open 24 hours.
Local buses link the airport with the city of Kos, in a journey that takes about 40 minutes one way. Bus fare is € 3.20. The bus stop is 20 meters from the terminal Arrivals exit.
The following car rental agencies are available onsite: Avis • Europcar • Hertz • Sixt.
Metered taxis are readily available for hire in the ground transportation area of the airport. At the time of this update, a one-way fare between the airport and Kos costs about € 30 - € 35.
Last Updated: 12 February 2017
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