Flights from Thessaloniki

As the second largest city in Greece, Thessaloniki is one of the most comprehensive hubs when it comes to finding onward destinations. Browse through all the fantastic options you can reach from this city by putting ‘everywhere’ into the destination bar.

You can then compare and contrast flights by their departure times, the overall duration, the airline companies themselves, their prices, and how many connections will be involved.

Then bargain hunters can snatch a solid deal by keeping a flexible schedule. Utlise our calendar to evaluate fares month-to-month, and pick a flight and fare that suits you bank account, and your personal timetable the best.

Finding flights from Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG)

The Thessaloniki International Airport (SKG) is one of the most important hubs in Greece, serving its second largest city of Thessaloniki, and offering the most international flights outside of Athens. The terminal buildings are located 15km from the city centre, and you can get to the airport on bus routes or by taking a taxi.

Passengers transiting through this airport will be able to fly to almost 40 direct destinations throughout Europe.

Olympic Air, Astra Airlines, Ellinair, and offer internal routes around Greece, whilst Ryanair, Aegean Airlines, Eurowings, Wizz Air, TAROM, easyJet, Air Serbia, Transavia, and Aeroflot fly to international destinations.

Popular destinations from Thessaloniki International Airport

Flying to Athens (ATH) should be top of your list if you are looking for a great place to spend some time off. Within this city you can still find the ancient remnants of a civilisation that influenced so much of Europe. You can also fly to many of the nation’s most beautiful islands in an hour or so, like the historical Rhodes (RHO), fun Corfu (CFU), or the beautiful island of Kos (KGS).

A couple of hours of flying time can mean touring another ancient city, that of Rome (CIA) in Italy, whose Colosseum evokes the same kind of wonder and magic as the Acropolis. Or see some more contemporary history by seeing the remains of the Berlin Wall in the German capital (TXL).

If you want to fly to distances that cross the Atlantic or Pacific Oceans to nations outside of Europe, then you will need to transfer through a larger hub. The best one to connect to from Thessaloniki, would be the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul (IST), which offers hundreds of direct routes to cities in Africa, to the Middle East, and out to the Americas.


Please note that information is correct as of January 2017




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