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Flights to Zakynthos

Zakynthos, or Zante as it is also known, is the third largest of the Ionian Islands. Located in the Ionian Sea just off the mainland of Greece, it is around an hour away from Athens by plane. Zakynthos International Airport Dionysios Solomos is the main airport that connects the island to mainland Greece and much of Europe. The entire island and its beach resorts are easily accessible from the airport in the southeast.

Which is the main airport in Zakynthos?

Zakynthos International Airport Dionysios Solomos is the main airport in Zakynthos. The airport is located less than four miles from Zakynthos town and under a mile from the resort of Laganas. Almost everywhere on this small island is within a one hour drive of the airport.

Which airlines offer flights to Zakynthos?

Thomas Cook Airlines, easyJet, SmartWings, and Volotea are among the many airlines that offer flights to Zakynthos. As a popular beach holiday destination, there are a large number of flights per day during the spring and summer. There are fewer flights to Zakynthos in the winter months and there may not be any direct flights to the island. Connections from Athens are available throughout the year.

Why travel by plane to Zakynthos?

Flying to Zakynthos is the easiest way to get to the island. From the US, a connecting flight from Athens or another major city in Europe is likely needed. A flight from Athens takes just one hour, whereas the alternative option is a ferry from the mainland, which can take between three and five hours. A short flight of four hours or less from most locations in Europe make it a straightforward journey by plane.

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

Public buses stop outside the airport and travel into Zakynthos town. There are also taxis and rental cars available. Zakynthos is known for its classic beach holidays, but there are also plenty of hidden gems to explore. From secluded coves surrounded by rugged cliffs to ancient sights that have survived the island's long history. Visit the Post-Byzantine Museum of Zante in D. Solomos Square to see frescos and wood carvings, and sculptures dating back to the 15th century. For two weeks at the end of February and beginning of March, Zakynthos celebrates Carnival. Colorful displays, music, and barbecued food fill the streets with fun for all.

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