Santorini (Thira) International Airport is an airport in Santorini/Thira, Greece (IATA: JTR, ICAO: LGSR), located north of the village of Kamari. The airport serves both as a military and as a civil airport. With its relatively small apron, the airport is only able to serve up to 6 civilian planes at the same time. The tower (freq. 118.05) also serves as an approach/departure, up to FL170.
Santorini is one of the few Cyclades Islands with a major airport. It is about 6 km southeast of the center of Thira. The main asphalt runway (16L-34R) is 6972 feet/2125m in length. The parallel taxiway was built to runway specification (16R-34L). It can accommodate Boeing757, Boeing 737, Airbus 320 series, Avro RJ, Fokker 70, and ATR 72. Scheduled airlines include Ryanair, Olympic Air, and Aegean Airlines, with seasonal scheduled and charter flights from other airlines during the higher seasons in spring, summer, and fall. Transportation to and from the air terminal is through buses, taxis, hotel car pickups, and rental cars. In 2014 the airport served 1,179,653 passengers, an increase of 31.3% over the previous year’s traffic.
Route: Santorini Airport – Athens Int. Airport
Helicopter: from – 4.430 €
Turboprop: from – 5.170 €
Midsize Jet (max 8 pax): from – 7.370 €