Kos Airport Departures KGS

KGS Departures today

Address: Antimachia 853 02, Greece
IATA Code: KGS
Height: 126 m
Telephone: +30 2242 056000
Serves: Kos
ICAO airport code: LGKO
Alias: Kos Island International Airport and Kos Airport Hippocrates

Kos International Airport departures

Kos International Airport also known as Hippocrates (IATA: KGS, ICAO: LGKO), is an international airport on the Greek island of Kos. It is located near the village of Andimachia and is operated by Fraport AG. All airport operations are ongoing. The airport mainly serves charter KOS departures, which take passengers to resorts for holidays. Kos Airport reaches its peak in the summer, mainly from German and British airlines.

Kos international airport operates domestic and international services for regular and low-cost airlines with KGS departures. Note that charter flights are also available. A new terminal building is under construction to increase the number of KOS flight departures. In 2021, this is a single-story arrival and departure center with 12 gates, providing the following services: shops, restaurants, bars, duty-free shops, car rental, currency exchange, first aid, and VIP rooms.

Airlines and destinations

Some of the airlines with KOS flight departures are Aegean Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Jet 2, Edelweiss Airlines, EasyJet, Olympic Air, Ryanair, Transavia, TUI, Corendon, Eurowings, Condor, British Airways.

Some of the destinations with KOS airport departures: Athens, Santorini Airport, Dusseldorf, Manchester, Zurich, London-Gatwick Airport, Brussels, Belgrade, Vienna.

Transport

See Kos Airport routes available:

  • Bus: Kos, Kefalos, Mastichari, and Kardamena airport have local buses.
  • Taxi: Taxi Transfer in 30 minutes to Kos by taxi.
  • Rental cars: Car rental at the airport of Kos is a great idea to explore the island alone.

KOS airport departures

1) Check-in

One of the main tasks of the agent at check-in is the verification of the correct documentation. It includes, following immigration requirements, tickets, passports, Visas, Letters of Authorization, and in some instances traveler address and contact details.

2) Baggage check-in

Passengers hand their luggage over which the security of the airport can be controlled and sealed. Anything over and above the weight limit is typically handed over to the agent at check-in or not allowed by the passengers themselves. If there is any payment for the baggage, the airline will recommend it, and any additional charges will be paid before KOS departures.

3) Self Baggage check-in

Some airlines have a process of independent verification that enables passengers with bags to check in with their drop-off machines. Then passengers attach the package tag and leave the bag in the belt.

4) Online check-in

Online check-in means ensuring passengers fly on through the Internet and print their boarding passes generally. Passengers may choose their favorite seats, including food option information and luggage size, depending on the carrier and the specific KOS flight departures.

5) Boarding

The boarding time you board at the moment of boarding is specified on your ticket. Boarding begins in large aircraft, sometimes at least 45 minutes, for international KOS airport departures. Some airlines allow passengers known as pre-boarders to enter the separated area after their boarding passes have been placed. The boarding closes about 10-15 minutes before the departure, so take your time to get to the door.

Services

WI-FI

Kos Airport offers free and unlimited WiFi access.

Kos Airport Information Centre

If you have any questions about the airport facilities, inquire on the information desk.

Medical department

Kos Airport offers first aid.

Additional services
  • ATM
  • Currency Exchange rates
  • Package carts
  • Dutyfree stores
  • Shops and restaurants.