Kos Island International Airport KGS serves the Aegean island of Kos and the Antimahia area in Greece
Kos Island Airport is located in the village of Antimachia, on island of Kos, and is 27 km from the town center of Kos. It is open 24/7.
With around 2 million passengers a year, the Airport is served by a host of domestic & international, regular & low-fare airlines, offering direct & connecting flights to all points of the globe. Also, seasonal charters serve the Airport.
Note: Since Autumn 2016, Kos Ippokratis Airport is manged by Fraport.
The passenger terminal complex at Kos Island International Airport consists of an Arrivals & a Departures Building. It houses 12 check-in counters & 12 gates, and offers the following amenities: A restaurant open 24/7- April-October; four bars, duty free shops, travel agencies; rental car counters; for banking & currency exchange call +30 224 205 1556; for First Aid call +30 224 205 6014; for VIP services call +30 22420-56010.
Other important telephone numbers:
Customs - +30 22420-51373
Police station - +30 22420-56062
On-duty officer - +30 22420-56051, 51590
Passport control - +30 22420-56051, 51590.
- Aegean - tel. +30 22420-51669 /fax:51784
- Alkyon /Aeolos - tel. + 30 22420-26203
- Astra - tel. + 30 22420-51932
- Karis - tel. + 30 22420 23327 / e-mail :firstname.lastname@example.org
- Minoan - tel. + 30 22420-51141, 23327
- Pandair - tel. + 30 22420-51624 | E-mail :email@example.com
- Sky Express - tel. + 30 22420-50090
IMPORTANT NOTICE: As of April 2017, Fraport Greece is the new concessionaire of 14 Greek regional airports, having obtained a long-term management and development contract for the following Greek airports: Kavala, Thessaloniki, Kerkyra/ Corfu, Chania/ Crete, Kefalonia, Kos, Mytilene/ Levos, Mykonos, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos and Zakynthos.
Furthermore, Fraport Greece signed an agreement with the Greek engineering & construction company Intrakat for the renovation, expansion and building of new facilities at these airports, inculding five new passenger terminals.