Flights to Greece are regular and operated by multiple airlines. Our yachts are based in Gouvia Marina on Corfu, on the Western side of Greece, with direct flights and transits through all major European hubs.
The airport is Corfu International (CFU) and flight time from the UK is approximately 3 hours and 20 minutes. There are direct flights from a number of airports in the United Kingdom from April until November, the most popular are EasyJet, British Airways, Tui, Norwegian Air, Jet2 and Ryanair.
From Europe there are a many further airlines that land in Corfu, or have a connection through Athens airport. Booking ahead is advised, as there are some excellent early deals to be had and flights are released online a year in advance. Particularly in the shoulder seasons of May, September and October, flight prices mean a short break in Corfu is seriously easy.
If you are sailing on a one-way trip, you may transfer from either the mainland’s Preveza (PVK) or Kefalonia island (EFL, ‘Anna Pollatou’ airport). These are also served by most major European carriers.
Corfu is often referred to as ‘Kerkyra’, so don’t worry if you see this on flight or booking details! Greece is GMT+2 and observes the same daylight savings as the UK.