The Athens International Airport is the primary civilian airport that serves the city of Athens and the region of Attica. The facility is the major hub and base for Aegean Airlines and Olympic Air. This location handles more than 14 million passengers a year, making it the thirteenth busiest airport in Europe. Over the years, ATH has received many awards including: European Airport of the Year, Best Airport in Southern Europe and the Green Building Award.
Any questions that may arise during your time spent traveling through the Athens International Airport should be directed towards staff members working at one of the facility's information desks. These employees will be able to give you specific airport information, as well as address general travel related concerns.
Book theater tickets, plan excursions and attain area information, or plan chauffeur services at one of the travel agencies located inside the Athens International Airport. A full range of postal and courier services are provided by the Hellenic Post Office located at the Arrivals Level of the Main Terminal Building. There are two bank branches inside the facility and ATMs are located throughout the building and are all easily accessed by passengers. If you are traveling with children, you are encouraged to allow your little ones to stop into the children's creative entertainment area. This area is staffed with trained professionals and allows your child to creatively occupy themselves while you handle travel procedures or shopping ventures.
In addition to rental cars, Auto Europe is now able to book hotel rooms in Athens and surrounding cities at discounted rates. There are a few choice hotels near the airport including: Aquamarina Hotel, Avra Hotel, Myrto Hotel, Park Hotel and Cabo Verde. Contact us toll-free at 1-888-223-5555 for more information about booking a hotel room in Athens.
|Athens International Airport
Spata Artemida, Attica, 190 04
IATA Code: ATH
IACO Code: LGAV
General Information: Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos", commonly initialized as "AIA", began operation on 28 March 2001 and is the primary international airport that serves the city of Athens and the region of Attica.