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Book Charter Flights to Mykonos Airport

The island of Mykonos is considered the Ibiza of Greece, because it is very popular with discerning visitors. The island’s airport is only about four kilometres from the capital of Mykonos. It is perfectly suited to the demands of private jet passengers, so it’s worth chartering a flight to Mykonos. It is also possible to hire a private jet in Mykonos to explore the surrounding islands, as well as numerous destinations throughout Europe.

Mykonos Airport (JMK) History

In the 1960s, Mykonos became increasingly established as a popular tourist destination. In order to meet the growing numbers of visitors, especially in the summer months, an airport was built on Mykonos and opened in 1971. Several upgrades followed to keep the airport up to date with the intention of further boosting tourism on the island. In December 2015, Mykonos Airport was privatised and has since been run by Fraport AG and the Copelouzos Group. Fraport Greece has managed the airport since 2017 and has planned further development work. Today, Mykonos Airport records nearly 12,000 flights every year, handling nearly one million passengers.

Mykonos Airport: Location

Distances from Mykonos Airport to:

  • Mykonos (capital of the island): approx. 4 kilometres by car
  • Aegean Maritime Museum: approx. 3 kilometres by car
  • Church of Panagia Paraportiani: approx. 4 kilometres by car
  • Kato Mili windmills: approx. 3 kilometres by car

Charter Flights from Mykonos

If you take off in a private jet from Mykonos, you will reach the Greek mainland or Turkey in no time, and numerous other destinations throughout Europe are also accessible. In the busy summer months, however, you should book as early as possible, as only a limited number of flights by private jets in Mykonos are available. The following destinations are all less than three hours away.

A charter flight from Mykonos to Athens (ATH) takes just under 40 minutes. The antique architecture in the capital of Greece – such as the Acropolis and the Pantheon – are positively breath-taking. Tel Aviv (TLV), Israel is only three-quarters of an hour away from Mykonos. It is well worth visiting the "White City" there, a UNESCO World Heritage site preserving International and Bauhaus Style buildings. A private jet from Mykonos to Nice (NCE) takes about two and a half hours. The city on the Côte d’Azur is the perfect place to grab a connection to Monaco, which can be reached in 20 minutes by helicopter. It only takes about an hour to fly to Istanbul Ataturk Airport (IST). The 2010 European Capital of Culture offers a wide range of interesting buildings from various eras as well as a rich cultural offering. Sofia (SOF) is just over one hour by plane. This capital city is the cultural centre of Bulgaria and boasts impressive and varied architecture.

Mykonos Airport offers everything demanding private jet and business travellers could want. If you take a private jet to or from Mykonos, you will receive exclusive service. You will go through a separate check-in and boarding process. You can enjoy your stay in private VIP or business lounges. The following services are available to you at Mykonos Airport:

  • Separate check-in
  • VIP lounge
  • Business lounge
  • Catering
  • Wi-Fi
  • VIP escort
  • Porter service
  • Limousine service
  • Helicopter service

Private jets at Mykonos Airport are free to take off and land between 5:45 am and 11:30 pm. During the summer season, the airport is in high demand. It is therefore advisable to book well ahead of time, as only a limited number of private jet slots are available. Mykonos Airport can be approached according to Visual Flight Rules (VFR) as well as Instrumental Flight Rules (IFR). The asphalt runway accommodates most types of aircraft:

Runway Length and width Surface
16/34 1,903 m x 46 m Asphalt

Mykonos Airport Transfers

Mykonos Airport is four kilometres or a 10-minute drive from the capital, bearing the same name. A limousine service is available for this journey, or to take you from the terminal to the runway. There are numerous other islands around Mykonos. The quickest way to reach them as well as the Greek mainland is by helicopter.

Charter flights to Mykonos: Island Holidays on the Aegean Sea

According to mythology, Mykonos was formed after Hercules vanquished some giants and threw them into the sea where they petrified and turned into islands. Today, Mykonos attracts many visitors from every imaginable country summer after summer. If you fly to Mykonos in a private jet, you will first notice the island’s architecture, which is typical for the Cyclades: white buildings with flat roofs, colourful wooden doors and windows, and flower-bedecked balconies. The Little Venice quarter along the waterfront is a reflection of Venetian style.

With upmarket hotels, beautiful beaches, and numerous restaurants, the island of Mykonos satisfies its visitors’ demands. The Church of Panagia Paraportiani, which consists of five white, independent chapels forming a complex, is also worth seeing. The defining feature of the Mykonian landscape – the Kato Mili – can be found on the outskirts of the capital. Five of the original ten windmills that were used to mill wheat are still standing. The Archaeological Museum of Mykonos, Folklore Museum, and Aegean Maritime Museum are also all worth visiting.

A charter flight to Mykonos will take you to one of the most popular and beautiful Greek islands. Book your private jet or to Mykonos with JetApp now and enjoy exclusive benefits.

Airport Facts

  • Airport code: LGMK / JMK
  • Altitude: 123 m (404 ft) above MSL
  • Passengers per year: 999,026 (2016)
  • Aircraft movements per year: 11,928 (2016)
  • Aircraft types: All common types of aircraft and weight classes
  • Runway operating hours: 5.45am to 11.30pm
  • Runways: 1 (1,903 m)

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