Buses run 4 or 5 times a day from the airport to Chania.
The journey time takes about 20 minutes.
The average fare for a single journey is 1 euro.
Buses also run to Orestiada, Alexandroupolis, Anthia and Loutros.
The journey time from the airport to Chania takes about 15 minutes.
The average fare is 16 euros.
The average fare for a taxi to Rethymnon is 58 euros.
The airport is located on the main road between Chania and Heraklion.
The journey time to Chania takes about 15 minutes.
The journey time to Heraklion takes about 2 hours.
Car parking can be found opposite the airport entrance.
Cheaper car parking can be found 100 metres outside the airport and can be reached by a minibus shuttle.
Car hire is available at the airport.
Flights to Chania Airport
If you’re looking to mix lazy days at the beach with the odd bit of sightseeing, board a flight to Chania.
Book a flight to Chania and you’ll find yourself in one of Crete’s prettiest cities. Its maze-like streets are dotted with reminders of the past. Cue Minoan ruins, Venetian houses and a Turkish-style mosque complete with sky-soaring minaret. Head away from the city, meanwhile, and it’s the beaches that take centre-stage. Golden stretches gild the island’s coastline, including the family-friendly sands at Rethymnon and Elafonissi. Not to be missed, though, are the historical sites that sit proudly among Crete’s rugged terrain. Leading the pack are the Palace of Knossos, the ruins of Phaestos near Kalimari, and the Greco-Roman city of Lato.