Cheap Flights to Athens usually arrive at the main terminal, which is divided into A and B sections. If you happen to be on a charter flight, instead of landing there you are likely to deplane at the satellite terminal that was built as part of Venizelos' extensive renovation, a highly successful modernization project. Despite its small size, the airport is one of Europe's busiest, in part due to its increased popularity as a gateway to travel throughout Asia.
Among the numerous international airlines that fly into and out of Athens offer Athens cheap flights are Aer Lingus, Air France, Alitalia, Singapore Airlines, Turkish Airlines, British Airways, Cyprus Airways and Austrian Airlines. A number of United States-based carriers also conduct flights to Athens. Delta and US Airways have the most among them.
The airport is easily accessible by both bus and train. A branch of the suburban train line drops off directly across from the facility and at least six bus routes provide service to and from the airport. Getting to the airport by car is also quite easy. In case you do not have time to visit Athens itself, check out the archaeological museum right above the airport’s check-in hall for exhibits on Greek history.