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  • Airport Code: ATH
  • Country: Greece
  • Nearest City: Athens
  • Timezone: UTC +2
  • Official Website: http://www.aia.gr/traveler/
  • Address: Administration Building 17, 5th km Spata-Loutsa Avenue, GR-190 19 Spata, Athens, El Venizelos,
  • Coordinates: 37.93635 , 23.946486
  • Distance to City: 42km
  • Terminals: 1
  • Airport Phone: 30 21 0353 0000
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Car Hire Athens Airport

Our Athens Airport car rental package includes:

  • 3rd Party Insurance
  • Vehicle Damage Cover (to a fixed amount)
  • Theft Protection
  • Airport & Location Taxes
  • Unlimited Mileage
  • 24-hour Roadside Assistance

About Athens Airport

Athens International Airport is located just 12 km southeast of downtown Athens in mainland Greece. It is accessible via motorway 62. Visit the car rental desks in the arrivals area of Athens International Airport to collect your rental car. You will be directed by staff at your car rental company desk to your vehicle.Check your quotation document to find  the opening times of the specific company.Contact your car hire agent for details of where to return your car, as there are locations both within Athens International Airport and outside. You will find full drop off details in your car hire quotation.

If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us

Image: Pandroseion, Athens, by Pedro Szekely