Corfu International Airport (CFU) ‘’Ioannis Kapodistrias’’ or Ioannis Kapodistrias International Airport is an airport owned by the government serving the Greek island Corfu, located around 3 kilometers from town Corfu.
The airport has one terminal and offers both scheduled and charter flights with most of the traffic in the summer season. Among the airlines operating the airport are Olympic Air and Aegean Airlines. In 2018, Corfu Airport handled more than 3.3 million passengers.
How to get from Corfu Airport to Corfu Town
There are several ways to get to and from Corfu Airport, including the public transport and private options.
Local bus line 15 connects the airport and the harbour, passing through the city center of Corfu and its main bus station. The bus also stops at Saroko Square, a starting point of local buses from where you can continue to other destinations on the island.
- The journey takes around 10-15 minutes.
- You can check all bus lines on Corfu island here, including the current schedule for bus line 15.
If you prefer a comfortable ride over a crowded public transport, we recommend taking a taxi.
Outside of the terminal building you will find a taxi rank available 24/7. We recommend you always ask for the price before the ride.
Another way to travel to Corfu is with a private, door-to-door transfer from Corfu Airport to your accommodation in town.
Once you book a transfer, the driver will be waiting for you at the arrivals terminal.
Renting a car at Corfu Airport
For those who would prefer to reach Corfu Town and explore the area on their own, the best option is to rent a car directly at Corfu Airport. You will find offices of several car rental companies such as Avis, Budget or Sixt.
Compare rental prices in advance and book your car online.
Renting a bus at Corfu Airport
Larger groups of passengers should consider renting a bus at the airport.
However, it is recommended to book it online, so the bus rental companies have enough time to advise you on the meeting point and all other information.
Corfu Airport Accommodation
Corfu Airport FAQs
If arriving at the airport in the late evening, you might not be able to use the public transport in order to get to the city, but there are other options at your disposal such as 24/7 available taxis and private transfers.
Exchanging money at Corfu Airport is easy, there are several ATMs at the airport as well as banks of Euronet and Eurobank.
Yes, there is a free WiFi available throughout the airport terminal.
The previously mentioned bus line 15 that operates from the airport to the city center of Corfu Town also stops at Saroko Square, a starting point of local buses. From there you can continue your journey to other destinations on the island.