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Kavala International Airport is small, serving approximately 400,000 passengers per year. However, it is important, as it serves a number of popular Greek mainland and island destinations, including the island of Thassos and the towns of Thessaloniki, Prinos and Limenas. Kavala Airport is situated 29kms southeast of the city, towards Keramoti.
Owing to Kavala’s diminutive size, it has only one terminal which receives all the airlines serving the airport. There are nine check-in desks, six gates and two baggage claim belts, so it’s difficult to get lost. Airlines flying to and from Kaval are: Cronus Airlines, Aegean Aviation, Air Berlin, Avianca, BWA, Britannia Cargo, Eurowings, Fischer Air, LOT, Air Holland, Lufthansa CityLine, Aero Lloyd, Malev, Premiair, SAS-Scandinavian, Transavia, Sabre Airways, Olympic, Slovak Airlines and LTU International.
Passenger facilities are limited, and there is no exchange bureau, so if you are travelling from outside of Europe, remember to change money beforehand, as you will need to pay in Euros for transport from the airport, unless you have prebooked a hire car, in which case all you need to do is collect the keys and sign some papers at the airport on your arrival.
Parking options are limited, with only 160 short-term parking spots available. It is in fairly easy driving distance from both Keramoti ferry port and Kavala harbour, and taxis are available to both. The drive to the ferry port takes 15 to 20 minutes, and the taxi fare is roughly €10. Kavala harbour is situated 30 to 40 minutes away and a taxi will cost you about €15. To save money and to gain some independence we advise all travellers, wishing to see the sites of the city and it's beautiful scenic surrounding lands, to opt for a hire car.