Kos is one of the largest islands in the Dodecanese Island chain of Greece situated in the Southern Aegean Sea, and is a very popular tourist destination, especially during the summer.
With direct service flights from most European countries, there is a good chance that you've heard of it or even ventured there for a holiday. Over 1 million tourists flock there each year to explore one of the most amazing areas in the Mediterranean. Kos Airport hits its peak in summer, with flights from German and British airlines primarily.
Kos Ippokratis Airport (LGKO) is located at the central part of the island with a runway fit for virtually all aircraft - from an ATR to the A320 to aircraft even as large as a Boeing 787 Dreamliner - Kos' Airport sees them all at various times of the year, both regular service and charter ops.
Kos Airport is known to punch above its weight; with a single 2,400m runway, the airport sees 46 different airlines fly in with many passengers hungry to explore the sights during the peak summer time. From Riga to Rome, Stockholm to Stansted or Milan to Maastricht, there's no shortage of airports to begin your adventure from.
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