Corfu airport (Kerkyra) Kapodistrias, useful links  Useful Links

1. Airlines
2. Shops
3. Cafes and Restaurants
4. Corfu airport weather forecast
5. Accomodation

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Corfu (Kerkyra) airport info  General Info about Corfu Airport

Corfu Airport ‘Ioannis Kapodistrias’ is the fifth busiest airport in Greece. In 2020, it handled 949.853 passengers, a 70% decrease from 2019 as well as 9.535 aircraft movements, a decrease of 56% from 2019. It is used by over 35 airlines flying to more than 85 destinations in 20 different countries. The airport has one runway (with a length of 2.375 m) along with one operational terminal, which covers 26.000 square meters.
Airport Facilities: ATMs (Eurobank, Euronet and Piraeus Bank), Cafes, Restaurants, Duty-Free shops, First Aid Station, free WiFi, Charging Stations for electronic devices. ‘Kapodistrias’ does not have air bridges, so boarding and disembarking require the use of buses.
Hotels: There are no hotels within the airport.
Name: Corfu Airport is named after Ioannis Kapodistrias (1776 – 1831), a Corfiot and European diplomat, who was elected as the first governor of the independent Greek State.

Corfu (Kerkyra) info  Facts and information about Corfu

Corfu (or Kerkyra) is in the Ionian Sea and it is the seventh largest Greek island. The principal city of the island (population 32,095) is also named Corfu (Kerkyra).
Corfu is one of the most touristic islands in the Mediterranean Sea, known for its cosmopolitan Old Town, sandy beaches and beautiful landscapes. UNESCO has declared Corfu’s Old Town a world heritage site.
Best places to visit in Corfu: Corfu Old Town, Achilleion Palace, Vlacherna Monastery, Canal D'Amour, Kassiopi, Old Fortress, Old Perithia, Mount Pantokrator, Saint Spyridon Church, Paleokastritsa Beach.