Chania Airport is the Crete’s second-largest airport and one of the busiest airports used by holidaymakers in Greece.
The airport’s terminal is obsolete and is overcrowded due to its insufficient capacity during the peak summer season. Chania Airport is also a small hub for RyanAir.
Airlines operating direct flights from the UK: RyanAir, Jet2, TUI Airways; from London also: EasyJet, Norwegian, British Airways
The airport is open between the first and the latest flight arrival.
Chania Airport Transit
Chania Airport (CHQ) is used mainly as a holidaymakers’ final destination, therefore there are no connections at this airport.
Chania Airport Transfer
There is a bus service from between Chania Airport and Chania city departing daily between 5:00 – 23:45 at:
05:30, 08:45, 09:20, 14:30, 15:15, 16:30, 19:05, 20:00, 22:30.
The journey takes 25 minutes. The bus terminates at Chania Bus station where you can change to Crete’s intercity buses.
See the timetables on the official website.
2.5 EURcurrently £2.25
24/7 metered taxi service is available outside the Aktion Airport Terminal building. The journey
- to Chania is about 25-30 minutes and the fare is normally
25 EURcurrently £22.52
- to Rethymno is about 1 hour and 20 minutes and the fare is normally about
100 EURcurrently £90.09
You may be charged extra if you carry many pieces of luggage
You can find more info here www.chaniataxi.gr
Accomodation near the airport