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Basic info and car hire in Corfu Airport

  • IATA airport code: CFU

  • ICAO airport code: LGKR

  • Full name: Corfu International Airport, "Ioannis Kapodistrias"

  • Location: Garitsa, Corfu

  • Hub for: Ryanair, Aegean Airlines

  • Website: https://www.cfu-airport.gr/en/

  • Contact: +30 2661 089600

  • Owner: Greek Government

  • Elevation: 6 ft / 2 m

  • Number of runways: 1

About Corfu Airport

Corfu airport is a small, yet busy airport located some 2 kilometers from the island’s largest city Corfu Town. Before being the first point of your visit on Corfu, it offers you the panoramic view whilst landing – the landscape and seaside of Corfu Town open in front of you making it a memorable experience, see how it looks here. When arriving or leaving, have some extra time reserved for taking care all the necessary details at the airport itself – it can get really crowded and hectic during top season. It may not be the biggest airport in the world, but it still serves its function well – with restaurants, cafés and car hire at Corfu Airport, you will have everything you need for a perfect vacation. Any service you would need, from car hire to hotel reservations, should be ideally booked in advance – the prices and availability change drastically in high season, so be sure to plan your trip wisely and timely.

Drive your rental car around Corfu Airport

There is so much to be discovered on this relatively small island, it will blow you away. A car hire at Corfu Airport seems the most natural choice – the island has few public transportation options outside Corfu Town and many incredible spots that can only be visited either by car or foot. But before you ‘take over’ the island, spend some time in Corfu Town; it’s convenient location in the centre of the island makes a good starting point for all your trips but price-wise it might be more reasonable to find a comfortable stay outside the pricy city –especially if your stay will be longer. In any case, Kerkyra as the Greek call it, has everything you would expect from a Greek city – colourful landscape, great food (try their gyros), vibrant atmosphere and many, many things to see – from the fortress, port, lovely old town, and stunning churches – you will not be bored for sure. But after few days in Corfu, sit down in your rented car and discover Corfu’s natural beauties inviting millions of tourists every year. From tiny private beaches on the eastern side of the island, to vast sandy beaches on the western part, you will get your share of sea and sun here. The roads in Corfu are really thrilling to drive on – curvy and passing through quaint villages; besides, your car hire at Corfu will give you the luxury to stop anywhere you’d like. See the lovely fishing town Kassiopi, spend a day in Sidari, treat yourself with local cuisine or see the imposing Angelokastro castle. If we convinced you with the majority of ideas, don't hestitae and decide for a car hire in Corfu!

Services in Corfu Airport


Corfu airport is a very busy yet small one. The business lounge is thus not one of the most comfortable ones, and as the check-in line gets very crowded in high season, several flyers recommend buying a business class and priority check-in. It’s more practical to board as soon as possible than to spend time in the business lounge.


There is not much entertainment for your children at the airport, but nevertheless all the necessities like baby changing room, will take care of their needs and free WiFi will amuse them whilst waiting.


You will find ATM’s, vending machines and currency exchange offices all around the airport. The taxi services are outside the arrivals hall – so should you need a transfer to your hotel you will not have much difficulties to get one.

History of Corfu Airport

Corfu Airport is located close to Corfu Town to accept over 2 million of passengers yearly - and the number is increasing. It was founded in 1937 and was used by Italian and German army during Second World War. In 1949, the first commercial flight happened – and from then, the numbers of flights and passengers is on the rise. Though there are some flights that operate throughout the year, it is in the high season, from April to September that the majority of flights actually take place. Passengers from all around Europe come to Corfu airport mainly to enjoy the sea, sun and relaxing atmosphere. Germans, British and Italians are the most common tourists you might meet, amongst many others.

Petrol stations near Corfu Airport

There are petrol stations located on the main road to Corfu town and very close to the airport. Make sure to stop by at the one closest to the airport, to avoid any nuisance. The level of fuel in the tank must correspond to the exact amount agreed with your car hire provider when signing the contract.