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Paros Airport

The Greek island of Paros, which is part of the Cyclades, has had a fully operating airport since 1982. Paros National Airport (IATA code PAS, ICAO code LGPA), which has recently undergone significant improvements and modifications, is projected to receive considerably more international aviation traffic than it did before 2017, when only domestic aircraft reached Paros.

Paros Airport

Paros airport consists of one terminal building, one fire station, one runway, and one tower, all of which are located at 37o01’15″N 25o06’47″E at 84400 Aliki. The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority stated in November 2020 that it had obtained 43 million Euros for a major renovation that would be completed by 2023.

This improvement includes a new tower and access roads, as well as runway expansion and an improved terminal. There will be a variety of pubs, coffee shops, restaurants, Duty Free shopping, and improved security for passenger and cargo control, as well as contemporary luggage management.

Parikias Airport is 10 kilometers from the town of Parikias, which may be reached in about 30 minutes by paros airport taxi or bus.