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Cheapest car hire in Thessaloniki Airport

  • Mini
    Nissan Pixo
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    5 |
    From € 12.82
  • Economy
    Ford Fiesta
    5 |
    2 |
    5 |
    From € 14.31
  • Compact
    Hyundai i30
    5 |
    3 |
    5 |
    From € 18.16
  • Standard
    Honda Insight
    5 |
    4 |
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    From € 31.93
  • Estate
    Ford Focus Estate
    5 |
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    5 |
    From € 34.96

*daily rates in Thessaloniki Airport based on a 1 day rental (24hr period) and for guidance purposes only.

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*average daily rates based on 7 day rental, search for todays best prices.

Customer questions about Thessaloniki Airport car hire

Hi, I need to book a child toddler seat for the car I have rented in Thessaloniki. How do I do that?

Hi, If you go to this website https://reservations.rhinocarhire.com/AccessMyBooking.do - Enter your details, then you should see "Add optional extras". You can then select a child seat there, you will pay for this at the rental desk when you collect the car.

Useful things to know about Thessaloniki Airport

  • Thessaloniki Airport is also called Macedonia Airport or Mikro Airport.
  • It’s found 10 miles south east of the city.
  • The airport is the largest state owned airport in the country.
  • It opened in 1930.
  • Over 4m passengers used Thessaloniki Airport last year.

Thessaloniki Airport Mini Guide

Where can I get to From Thessaloniki Airport?
The airport serves the city of Thessaloniki and the holiday resorts of the Halkidiki peninsula including Chalkidiki town. The city itself has a great depth of history as well as a wealth of modern day cultural experiences. It was once the co-capital of the Byzantine Empire and before that, an important walled Roman city. Out of the city you have the fingers of the Halkidiki peninsula with beautiful sandy beaches backed by pine clad ridges. Even here you have history and culture with the mysterious Mount Athos monastery occupying one finger of the peninsula.

agia sophia church thessaloniki

How do I get to Thessaloniki Airport?
It’s a major airport for South Eastern Europe and as such has dozens of flights a day from all over Europe, North Africa and the Middle East. Most flights are scheduled international and domestic flights with some low cost carriers operating there whilst there are a number of seasonal chartered holiday flights serving the resorts of Halkidiki and the Olympus coast.

What’s the Airport Like?
It’s big and modern and jam-packed with facilities. Built on three floors, arrivals is on the ground floor with departures on the first together with a shopping centre and restaurants whilst the top floor has more eating establishments and an observation deck. The airport served over 4m people last year and it’s already considering the next phase of its expansion with plans for a second terminal. The airport is ten miles from the city centre and there’s a variety of ways of getting there.

What can I Expect When I Arrive at Thessaloniki?
It’s big as far as Greek airports go and is always bustling with activity. The arrivals hall is split into domestic and international sections but, once through customs, facilities are shared. There is an excellent information desk where all kinds of airport related questions are answered with care and courtesy. Tourist information is also available from the separate desks in the arrivals hall. If you need to exchange cash there are three banks represented in arrivals, each with their own ATMs. Transport from the airport is well organised, regular and efficient with a shuttle bus into the centre of Thessaloniki and another that goes to Halkidiki. There are many taxis as well as a passable local bus service. If you’ve arranged car hire, the desks are found against the back wall of the arrivals hall. If needed, you’ll also find baby changing facilities, a medical centre and a pharmacy in the arrivals part of the airport.

thessaloniki airport

And When I Leave?
Departures are dealt with on the first floor. There are thirty check-in desks so there are rarely long queues. After check in you have the option of spending your time looking around the extensive shopping centre where you can buy items including books, leather goods, jewellery, flowers and gifts. There is only one restaurant but the food is good. Supplementing this are three snack bars/cafeterias serving light hot and cold snacks. After security you’ll find an extensive duty free selection as well as a further snack bar for last minute hunger pangs. There is Wi-Fi available but you’ll need to pay by credit card or pre-paid voucher.

Latest Update from Thessaloniki Airport:

21/03/17 – Thessaloniki airport has experienced a dramatic increase in the number of passengers passing through its airport during 2016. 

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