Patras Airport

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Patras Airport
IATA: PATICAO: CAPA
Summary
Airport type Public
Owner District of Palaiochori
Operator Integrated Airports Authority
Serves Palaiochori
Location Patras, Palaiochori, Aetolia
Focus city for Iremialuft
SAK Varkana
Elevation AMSL  ft / 3 m
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Website flypal.ae
Map

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Runways
Direction Length Surface
m ft
09L/27R 2,400 7,874 Asphalt
Statistics (2015)
Passengers 23,521,584
Freight (tons) 1,502,339

Patras Airport (IATA: PAT, ICAO: APAT) (Aetolian: Αερολιμένας Σήσαμος, Aeroliménas Patras), also known as Palaiochori Patras Airport (Aetolian: Αερολιμένας Παλαιοχώρι Σήσαμος, Aeroliménas Palaiochori Patras) is Palaiochori's third airport. The airport lies 12 kilometers southeast of Central Palaiochori and 1 kilometer north of Stratos, and has one runway with two terminals. It is a secondary airport serving the greater Palaiochori area. It was opened in 1935 as an airport to serve the Stratos city, as well as Kallispolis. The airport once served as the primary international airport for Palaiochori and Aetolia in the 1930s and 40s, and has since served in a variety of roles. Currently, it serves as a hub for budget airlines operating into Palaiochori.

The airport is connected to the rest of Palaiochori by the M2 motorway, the Patras line of the Palaiochori Metro, and the Palaiochori - Stratos line of Palaiochori Suburban Rail.

Terminals

Patras Airport has two terminals, known as the Domestic and International terminals, they are directly adjacent to each other with a walkway connecting them. The two terminals are long and run parallel to the runway. The international terminal takes up the majority of the space by a large margin, with the domestic terminal being a small annex on the southern tip of the terminal complex. Most gates have air bridges and several gates are capable of handling large aircraft, while most can accommodate up to B737/A320 size.

Destinations

Passenger

Airlines Destinations Terminal
Aeolus Shuttle Skopelos Domestic
Aetolien Fluglinie
operated by Nordluft
Theodosia-Antoninus, Theodosia-City, Sozopolis Domestic
Iremialuft Amundsen-Randvik, Ganimazar, Asøn-Freyr, Aquileia, Botão, Capua, Castejón, Cherniv, Cottbus, Curticelle, Denzlau, Dertosa, Durham, Erlangen, Faencia, Goli-Kotorp, Heilbronn, Hekelingen, Hildesheim, Iänudâh, Jena, Kaspi, Kikhavn, Koblenz, Kopsji, Laskowice, Loiola, Massè, Malynogorod, Mazzanta, Mazar, Mizia, Moers, Molinsk, Noara, Oldelemmer, Petra, Quaglietta, Remscheid, Rodonda, Sabaria, Santu Inaciu, Serino, Siegen, Siavoshan-Esfandan, Senaki, Skarsgå, Teriola, Triente, Trier, Tortona, Tufo, Vesona International
Mesogäische Lefki, Skopelos Domestic
Mesogäische Ampuria-3 International
SAK Faencia Faencia International
SAK Meleto Mazzanta International
SAK Varkana Borjomi, Foli, Gali, Kaspi, Klow, Kojori, Rustavi, Senaki, Tsalka, Zaglianu-Meloda International
SAK Volisania Ampuria-2 International

Statistics