Mykonos Island National Airport JMK serves the Greek island of Mykonos. Even though Mykonos is a small island, it is known – aside for its picturesque town and beautiful sandy beaches – for its active night life with plenty of bars and night clubs, and a large gay community.
JMK Airport is located in Chora, 4 km southeast of the town of Mykonos, on s. While the town and its harbor are situated on the western shore of the Island, the Airport itself is situated more inland.
With an estimated 800,00 passengers annually, Mykonos Airport is served by Aegean Airlines (tel. +30 22890-28720 /fax 28730) and by international airlines (represented by Pandair (tel. +30 22890 29046 /fax 79066 & by Mykonos Airservices (Mob. +30 6937074672 /fax +30 22890 25744) and by charters during summer season.
The Airport operates between April & October, opening 6am & closing between 8:30pm and midnight, depending on the day's flights.
The passenger terminal at Mykonos National Airport offers 3 bars, duty-free shops, a travel shop, ATM cash machine, rental car counters, baby-changing room, Information services (Tel: 30 228 907 9000) and VIP services (tel. +30 22890-79001). For VIP services call +30 22890-79001.
To get from Mykonos Airport to your destination
Important Telephone Numbers:
Customs - + 30 22890-25635, 26492. Fax:+ 30 22890-27489 - (call 24 hours prior scheduled fligh arrival).
Police - + 30 22890-79014
HNMS Observation office - + 30 22890-79015, 24777.
, you can rent a car (Avis, Hertz, Sixt & Advance), take a taxi (tel. + 30 22890-22400, 22890-23700), a shuttle bus or mini buses to hotels. A public bus runs between the Airport and the Mykonos town center.
Contact of Domestic & Foreign Air Carriers' representatives:
tel. _30 22890-28720, 28721 /fax +30 22890-28730
+30 22890 - 29046; fax:+30 22890 -79066.
tel. /fax: +30 22890 - 25744; Mobil: +30 6937074672; E-mail:email@example.com
Proton Air & Tourism Services:
tel. /fax: +30 22890 - 23188/-9; Mobil: +30 6970122520
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.