Taxi Heraklio Airport to Sougia
History of Heraklion Airport
The first landing in Heraklion Airport (HER) (In Greek: Αεροδρόμιο στο Ηράκλειο) took place in the summer of 1939, when a small Junkers-52 with a 14 people capacity landed with its first passengers.
The airport in Herakleion initially offered primitive services to its passengers. There were only 3 tents and storm lamps were used for the lights on the runway. In addition, fires from dry grass were lit to determine the direction of the wind. Today it has transformed in to an international airport and it is housed in new buildings since 1971. It is officially the second busiest airport in Greece and it is located only 4km away from the city center. We offer the following services for Herakleion Airport
Heraklion Airport Departures and Arrivals Timetable
Getting to Chania Airport by Sougia airport Taxi:
Our reliable and friendly drivers will ensure that you arrive at the airport in good time to make your flight and give you a hand with your luggage when you arrive.
Is there a taxi rank at Chania airport? Yes. There are taxi drop-off and pick-up points, meaning that it’s easy for you to get straight out of the car and directly to the check-in desk within minutes.
We ask that all passengers book their journey leaving at least a couple of hours in advance to get their flight, as although we will endeavour to get you there on time, we cannot always account for unforeseen circumstances like traffic or accidents on the road.
Useful Telephones for Heraklio Airport
Common Telephone Numbers for Heraklio Airport, Crete offered by Sougia Taxi Meletis
Fire Department for forest fire’s
The Tourist police provides all kind of information and instructions that might be needed in the following languages; Greek, English, French and German, so as to deal directly with any arising problem.
Heraklion Airport contact numbers
|Lost and Found||2810 397368|
|Information Center||2810 397136|
|Olympic Air||2810 337203|
|Aegean Airlines||2810 330475|