Corfu (CFU) Airport

Corfu CFU Airport Overview

Corfu Capopdistrias Interantional Airport CFU - officially named ‘Ioannis Kapodistrias International Airport’ - serves the Greek island of Corfu, which is situated opposite the coastlines of Greece & Albania - separated by the Corfu Channel. 
Fraport & the Copelouzos unit Slentel are now the official airport operators of fourteen Greek  APs- including Corfu. - paving the way to modernization.
CFU Airport is located 3 km south of the town of Corfu, or 0.5 km north of Pontikonisi, at Kerkyra, in the central east coast of Corfu, and can be reached by the Ethniki Odos Lefkimmis road.

With an estimated 2 million passengers a year, Corfu Airport is served by domestic airlines Olympic and Aegean, and seasonally by international, regular and low-fare airlines offering direct and connecting flights to all points of the globe.  Numerous charters operate during the high tourist season between April and October and arrive mostly on Mondays & Fridays, so as to keep the sourrounding areas tranquil for the remainer of the week.
Korfu International Airport has one passenger terminal.  In the center of the terminal is an information counter, which also handles Lost & Found.  For snacks & drink there is a cafe & bar. Other services include a duty-free shop, pop art shop, post office, ATM cash machine & currency exchange service.

1. As of April 2015, Corfu Island is to become the first Greek Island to have a 'Sea Airport'  - served by seaplanes -initially 2 from Canada - in cooperation with K2 SmartJets, which presently is integrating seaplanes to its fleet.
2. Greek Sea Airports at Paxos & Patras are already 'at an advanced stage' & are expected to be licensed.
(The next goal is for airports in Crete, Chania, Rethymno, Heraklion & Hersonissos).

  • Address:
    1 Capo Distrias
    Korfu, 491 008
  • Contact:
  • Phone: +30 266 1030180

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