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Flights from Rhodes

Remarkable Rhodes is one of the most legendary isles of the Greek archipelago, and you can make your way around the storied islands of this nation and beyond by finding and reserving your flights with Skyscanner.

Start by putting ‘everywhere’ into the homepage search bar, and you’ll be taken to a page that lists all the direct and some connecting destinations you can reach from this airport. Once you’ve settled on a destination that tickles your fancy, utilise our calendar to stretch your hard earned dollars. This feature allows users to analyse fares by weeks instead of days, just choose the month you intend to travel and compare its changing rates instantly.

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Finding flights from Rhodes Diagoras International Airport (RHO)

The Diagoras International Airport (RHO) functions as the primary aviation facility on the island of Rhodes, and flies to eight direct destinations around Cyprus and Greece. For passengers looking to find ways to countries outside of Greece can find connections from the city of Athens (ATH), the nation’s largest and most comprehensive airport.

The airport is situated 14km from Rhodes City, and usually people will make their way to Diagoras International via buses and taxis.

Olympic Air, Ryanair, Sky Express S.A., Hahn Air Systems, Ellinair, and Armavia fly routes from this hub.

Popular destinations from Rhodes Diagoras International Airport

Explore more of the Greek archipelago from Rhodes; fly to other beautiful islands like Samos (SMI) or Kos (KGS), or make for the mainland and explore the ancient city of Athens, or its sister-city up north, Thessaloniki (SKG), which sits near the long shadow of Mount Olympus.

You can also explore Cyprus by flying a little more than an hour to Larnaca (LCA), and spend time in the city’s museums, its fort, the old Turkish quarter, and of course, its beaches.

Meanwhile, from Athens, you can fly to many of the fantastic cities of Europe, and Africa. Fly to Cairo (CAI), and Rome (FCO), which both make for wonderful companion trips if you have had the privilege of seeing Athens. See the ancient world from all different sides, giving you an insight into how it evolved across the nations, and how these empires interacted with one another.

If you’re looking for a totally different experience though, one outside of the reach of the Mediterranean, consider transiting through Doha (DOH) or Dubai (DXB), huge international hubs that can connect you to Australasia, the Americas, and Asia.

 

Please note that information is correct as of January 2017

Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.