Flights to Chania

Flights to Chania
Flights to Chania, Greece

The International Airport of Chania "Ioannis Daskalogiannis" is located in the peninsula of Akrotiri, near Souda Bay, 14km from the centre of Chania Town. It serves domestic flights to/from Athens and Thessaloniki.

In summer period, there are charter and low-cost flights from many European airports.

Domestic Flights from/to Chania
Athens and Thessaloniki

Air companies to Chania

The airport of Chania operates all year round. In winter it serves only flights from Athens, while in summer there are also direct flights to Chania from many European airports. Here are the air companies that fly to Chania.

Domestic flights
www.olympicair.com
www.aegeanair.com
www.astra-airlines.gr

International flights
www.lufthansa.com

Low Cost
www.ryanair.com
www.transavia.com
www.easyjet.com

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