Mykonos Airport (ICAO: LGMK, IATA: JMK) is the international airport of the Greek island of Mykonos. It serves flights to domestic and European metropolitan destinations due to the island being a popular leisure destination, especially within summer months. There is one runway, with a length of 1903 meters, which is used by both commercial aviation as well as private jet travel - alongside one small terminal. It is currently being upgraded and extended ahead of summer 2021.
Mikonos Airport is located 3 km from the Greek town of Mykonos, just a few minutes drive from the main resort.
Mykonos Airport operates private jets of many types - from medium jets up to large airliners. The most popular private aircraft operating at Mykonos Airport include the Cessna Citation Bravo, Hawker 800XP and the Legacy 600, as well as the Piaggio Avanti and the Gulfstream G400. Mykonos Airport has around 4500 movements every year, just over 2000 departures and arrivals annually. Top European cities with direct flights to Mykonos Airport are Amsterdam, Stockholm, Manchester, Zurich, Geneva, Vienna, Paris, Nice, Lyon, Barcelona, Naples, Venice and Rome.