|WORLD AREA CODE||433|
|IATA METROPOLITAN CODE||ATH|
LAT / LON 37°56'11"N / 23°56'40"E
Station ID: LGAV
Observation Time: 02/06/2021 11:03 am
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About Athens International Airport Code
Athens International Airport code is ATH. This airport derives its IATA code from the capital of Greece, Athens where it is based. The elevation of the airport is 94 meters above sea level.
About Athens International Airport (ATH)
Athens International Airport (ATH) commenced commercial operations in 2001. Aegean Airlines operates from this facility and other Greek low-cost carriers as well.
Athens International Airport (ATH) is one of the busiest airports in Europe with passenger traffic of over 8 million.
Athens International Airport (ATH) Runways
There are two runways at the airport:
03R/21L 4,000 m asphalt
03L/21R 3,800 m asphalt
These runways handle 112,415 aircraft movements annually.
Athens International Airport (ATH) Terminal
Athens International Airport (ATH) features two terminals: Main Terminal and Satellite Terminal.
This facility is primarily used by all intra-Schengen flights. There are three levels at the terminal–for arrivals, departures, and the third level has a food court.
This facility is equipped with two levels for departures and arrivals.
Nearest Airports to Athens International Airport (ATH)
- Mykonos Island National Airport 159 km
- Chios Island National Airport 198 km
- Kalamata International Airport 264 km
- Mytilene International Airport 264 km
- Araxos Airport 283 km
- Nea Anchialos National Airport 322 km
Major Airlines Operating from Athens International Airport (ATH)
- Aegean Airlines
- Aer Lingus
- Air Canada
- Air Europa
- Air France
- Air Serbia
- Air Transat
- American Airlines
- Asiana Airlines
- Austrian Airlines
- Blue Air
- Bluebird Airways
|03R-21L||13,123 ft||148 ft||Asphalt||Yes|
|03L-21R||12,467 ft||148 ft||Asphalt||Yes|