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For the defunct army airport, see Volos Army Airportmarker

International Airport Of Central Greece ( ) known as "Nea Anchialos" or "Volos", ( ) , which began operation on February 1991, is the only civilian airport that serves the cities of Volosmarker, Lamiamarker, Larisamarker, Farsalamarker, Trikalamarker, Karditsamarker.

General information

The airport is located between the towns of Almyrosmarker, Nea Anchialosmarker, Velestino and Farsalamarker, about 20 km to the west of central Volos (26 km by road, due to intervening hills) in the Prefecture of Magnesiamarker, in Thessaly. The airport is named after Nea Anchialosmarker, the nearest town.

The airport currently has one terminal, with one main runway approximately 3 kilometres in length. The airport is developed by public partnership.

The airport is designed to be upgraded over the ensuing years in order to accommodate the increase in air travel and its upgades are planned in a six-phase framework.

A rail station immediately adjacent to the airport terminal (and accessible by an elevated walkway) will be completed in 2013. The airport is also accessible by the E75 highway.

Airlines and destinations

References

  1. Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority: Greek Airports


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