Bus number 78 runs hourly from 06.00 to 23.00 between the airport, train station and Platia Aristotelous.
The journey time takes about 50 minutes.
The average fare is 2 euros.
Taxis leave from outside the terminal.
The journey time to Thessaloniki takes about 25-30 minutes.
The average fare is 15 euros.
Road number 16 runs north from the airport to Thessaloniki, and south to connections for Kalithea and Chanioris.
The journey time to Thessaloniki takes about 25 minutes.
Short term car parking can be found at the airport.
Car hire is available from offices in the terminal.
Flights to Thessaloniki Airport
History, beaches and a distinct lack of British voices. Flights to Thessaloniki take you off the tourist trail.
With the legendary history and big-name sights of Athens just down the road, it’s easy to see why Greece’s second city tends to be overlooked by tourists. So if you’re looking to escape the crowds, flights to Thessaloniki could be just what you’re after. Set to the north of the country’s Halkidiki region, the city is like a huge open-air museum. Ancient stone walls hide forgotten stone temples, while Byzantine churches sit alongside old Turkish baths. If it’s beaches you’re after, meanwhile, you’re in luck – flights to Thessaloniki put you within easy reach of Halkidiki’s golden sands. Popular resorts include Kalithea, Sani and Pefkohori.