Athens Airport Terminals

Athens airport has two terminals: the Main Terminal and the Satellite Terminal. This last one connects directly with the Main Terminal via underground and it is planned to be extended in a modular approach.

 

Main Terminal

It operates with non-Schengen and intra-Schengen flights. It consists of a building of three floors: arrivals, departures and a food court level. It has 144 check-in desks and 14 jet bridges.

The Main terminal is split in two areas:

- Hall A: operates with international flights. Non-European countries and Non-Schengen countries.
- Hall B: manages Schengen flights as well as the domestic ones.

Escalators and elevators link with the Metro and Suburban Train Station. It also connect with the Long-Term Parking (P3).

 

Arrivals Level has four exits that links to different methods of transportation:

- Exit 3 - Taxi Rank
- Exit 4 - Limousines and Long-Term Parking P3 free shuttle bus
- Exit 5 - Oasa city buses.

 

Most of the facilities and services as ATMs, rental car desks, currency exchange, etc. are located in the central hall.

 

Departure Level has gates from B19 to B31 and gates from A1 to A13.

 

Satellite Terminal

It is located south of the Main Terminal. It is only used during the high seasons, when traffic increases. The building has two floors: arrivals and departures. Passengers can reach the satellite terminal via an underground people moving walkway.

 

It has gates from A30 to A39.

 

The satellite terminal is provided with 10 jetbridges and some of the airlines which uses the terminal are Niki, Volotea and Germanwings.