- The new Concessionaire Fraport Greece, which is now managing 14 Greek Airports, is starting to make much-needed upgrades to each of those airports, including Kos.
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.
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 :email@example.com
- Minoan - tel. + 30 22420-51141, 23327
- Pandair - tel. + 30 22420-51624 | E-mail :firstname.lastname@example.org
- 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.