(if you are planning to visit Skiathos with you own private aircraft/helicopter we suggest you to take a look on PILOTS GUIDE section.)
Skiathos “Alexandros Papadiamantis” airport is located 2 km from the town center and has been opreating since 1972.
The terminal covers an area of 7.000 square meters and two official parking possitions.
There is one RFFS station complies to category 6 and the reference aircraft (maximum able to operate) is Boeing 757-200.
Code: LGSK IATA Code: JSI
Skiathos Airport is Designated Points of Entry-Exit
Skiathos Airport “ALEXANDROS PAPADIAMANTIS”
Telephone center: +30 24270-29100, Fax: 24270-24130, Telex: 295822 LGSK GR, AFTN: LGSKYTYX
Airport Operational Hours
Skiathos “A. Papadiamantis” (LGSK)
Valid eff 14/3/2017: DAILY (Monday to Sunday) 06:00 – 22:00 Local Time / 04:00 – 20:00Z
Airport usage charges-AUC (Landing and parking fees effective 14/4/2017) under private operator Fraport Hellas
Full price list available HERE.
[HISTORICAL DATA] Airport usage charges-AUC (Landing and parking fees till 14/4/2017 with State as operator)
(All information below is for aircraft and helicopters up to 5.7 tones. For charges over 5.7 tones contact local handling agent and/or HCAA)
AUCs are State fees, divided into Landing and Parking fees. They are imposed on flights that perform scheduled / non scheduled passenger and cargo flights, for the services of facilities provided during the take-off, landing and parking time of the
aircraft at all Greek state/municipal airports, with the exception of Athens International Airport “ELEFTHERIOS VENIZELOS” – LGAV
A reduction of 50% of landing and parking fees is applied from the 1st of October until the 31st of March of each year for all state/municipal airports with the exception of LGAV.
CHARGES (AIRCRAFT OF UP TO 5.7 TONS)
The category “Flights of Light Aircraft” comprises of private and light commercial aircraft of up to 5.7 tons (not including helicopters up to 5.7 tons and aircraft for agricultural applications), which remain at state/municipal airports of Greece for
a period of one year and are charged according to the Maximum Take-Off Weight (MTOW) as follows: