Local blue buses run from the airport to the bus terminal in Corfu Town and the Platia Y Theotoki, but the service is not regular.
The journey time to Corfu Town takes about 10-15 minutes, the average fare is 3-6 euros.
Taxis are available from outside the arrivals hall.
The journey time from the airport to Corfu Town takes about 10 minutes.
The average fare is 15 euros.
The average fare to the northeast coast of Corfu is 70 euros.
It is recommended that you confirm your fare before departure.
Route 25 links the airport with Corfu Town and other major roads across the island.
The journey time to Corfu Town takes about 10 minutes.
The journey time to Agios Georgios takes about 45 minutes.
The journey time to Sidari takes about 1 hour.
Car parking is quite limited at the airport.
Car hire is available at the airport.
Flights to Corfu Airport
From coast-hugging villages to crowd-filled nightclubs – all of the island’s best bits are within easy reach on a flight to Corfu Airport.
A flight to Corfu Airport puts you right on the doorstep of Corfu Town. And with its maze of narrow passageways, Venetian buildings and tiny museums, it’s crammed with enough historical sites to keep you exploring for days. But the island’s capital has a modern side, too. Take Kavos. This small, southcoast town pumps out music well into the early hours. And Corfu comes up trumps beach-wise, too. Make a beeline for Paleokastritsa and Sidari and you’re guaranteed a classic combination of sand-filled coves and turquoise waters. Plus, flights to Corfu are your gateway to the little island of Paxos. In the main port, Gaios, bobbing fishing boats give way to peach-coloured houses and leafy olive groves. And in villages like Loggos and Lakka, it’s all about rustic tavernas and footprint-free shores.