Thessaloniki Makedonia (SKG) Airport

Thessaloniki Makedonia SKG Airport Overview

Thessaloniki International Airport 'Makedonia' SKG is the third-busiest Airport in Greece, serving the city of Thessaloniki and the region of Mikra.
Thessaloniki is Greece's second-largest city with over one million inhabitants - famous for its Byzantine churches, and its nightlife, and is visited by travelers from all over the world.
SKG Airport is located in the municipality of Thermis and is about 13 km southeast of the city center of Thessaloniki.

With 6.0 million passengers in 2016, and two runways, Thessaloniki Aiport is served by a host of domestic, international, regular & low-fare airlines, as well as seasonal charters, offering direct flights to countless cities in Europe and beyond, and connections around the world.
The passenger terminal at Thessaloniki Airport offers the following amenities:
For food & drink there is one restaurant (open year-round 6am-11pm), one patisserie and four bars in the terminal; and for shopping a duty-free shop. SKY offers luggage lockers; FLY offers luggage wrapping; for banking needs there is an ATM cash machine & a currency exchange service (Tel: +30 2310 478847). A children’s area is set aside for creative activities. VIP lounge ‘Alexandros’ can be contacted at +30 2310 473868. The Airport Medical Center operates 24/7 and can be reached at +30 2310 985223.
Customs can be reached at +30 2310 985218.

NOTE:  Fraport and Slentel (Slentel is a Copelouzos unit) operate 14 Greek airports, including Thessaloniki, Aktion, Kavala, Chania (Crete), Cephalonia, Corfu, Kos, Mitilini, Mykonos, Rhodes, Samos, Santorini, Skiathos, and Zakynthos - paving the way to modernization. However, as of Dec. 2016 Fraport Consortium had threatened to abandon operation of 14 regional Greek airports - forcing he government to postpone works on the second runway by a 6-month suspension. 

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