Kalamata International Airport (Greek: Κρατικός Αερολιμένας Καλαμάτας) (IATA: KLX, ICAO: LGKL) “Captain Vassilis Constantakopoulos” is an airport in the city of Kalamata, Greece. It mainly receives flights during the summer. In March 2013, Aegean Airlines opened a base in the airport.
The airport is located between Kalamata and Messini on GR-82 (Pylos – Kalamata – Sparta) and west of the train tracks on the Pamisos River plain. The runway is about 2.7 km long and runs from north to south from the highway north to the plain. The terminal lies to the east and is accessed with GR-7/E55/E65 (Kalamata – Tripoli – Corinth).
There is a military base of the Hellenic Air Force and an air-training department to the west of the runway. Hellenic Air Force uses the same runway as commercial airplanes.
Kalamata Airport in Kalamata, Greece has a runway length of 8866 feet and is suitable for Small props, Small Jets, Medium Jets, Long Range Jets, Regional Airliners, and Large Airliners.
Route: Kalamata International Airport – Athens Int. Airport
Helicopter: from – 3.700€
Turboprop: from – 5.120€
Midsize Jet (max 8 pax): from – 6.930€