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Flights to Corfu

Several UK airports offer regular flights to Corfu, with the Greek island's airport experiencing high volumes of arrivals during the summer season. As well as taxis, car hire services and private bus transfers arranged by vacation companies, a public bus service connects the airport with Corfu Town and the port.

Which is the main airport in Corfu?

Corfu International Airport is the arrival point for passengers coming from the UK and elsewhere. Situated less than 2.5 miles by road from the centre of Corfu Town, the onward journey from the airport is quick and easy.

Which airlines offer flights to Corfu?

A wide variety of airlines fly to Corfu from the UK. They include easyJet, Jet2, Thomas Cook, British Airways, TUI and Norwegian Air International. Passengers have the greatest choice of airlines and flight times during the summer months, but airports such as Manchester, Newcastle, Leeds-Bradford, East Midlands, London Luton and London Gatwick offer year-round flights. The majority of flights are direct and take between three and four hours to make the journey.

Why travel by plane to Corfu?

As an island, flying is the quickest and most convenient way to reach Corfu. The alternative is to travel to Igoumenitsa on the north-west coast of mainland Greece and catch a ferry. Igoumenitsa is almost five hours by road from Athens. By contrast, air passengers to Corfu have the choice of a wide variety of direct flights departing from airports across the UK throughout the year.

Before you travel to Corfu by plane - good to know!

Corfu has been attracting visitors for centuries. Today, many people come for its  beaches and the warm waters of the Ionian Sea, but the island has plenty of other attractions. Bus No. 15 from the airport goes to Corfu Town, which contains some striking Venetian architecture and the church of St Spyridon. Fans of Gerald Durrell's "My Family and Other Animals" may recognise it as the place where Gerald's sister kissed the feet of the saint's preserved body. Less than 20 miles north-east of Corfu Town is the seafront village of Kalami. This is the location of the White House, once lived in by Gerald's brother, the author Lawrence Durrell. Now incorporating a restaurant, diners can enjoy traditional Greek cuisine while looking out over the same view the Durrells savoured in the 1930s.

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