Mykonos Airport Live Departures

Checking in at Mykonos Airport

Most airlines allow you to check in online usually up to 2 hours before your flight. If you need to drop off any luggage, you need to head to your airline’s check-in counter. All flights from Mykonos Airport depart from the main terminal building, which is used both for Schengen and non-Schengen flights. You can check upcoming departures on our Mykonos Airport Live Departures board above or the overhead monitors inside the terminal.

When to arrive at Mykonos Airport?

During the summer, passenger traffic is significantly increased and the airport’s facilities are limited. The recommended arrival time for flights out of Mykonos Airport is 2 hours before for international flights and 1.5 hours before for domestic flights. This will allow enough time to go through security control and passport control if needed.

If you or someone you’re travelling with requires PRM assistance, you need to head to the PRM Assistance office or your airline’s check-in counter, even if you have checked in online, at least 2 hours before your flight.

What’s next?

Following check-in and baggage drop, you can head through security control to get to the Mykonos Airport departures area.

The time it takes to clear Mykonos Airport security depends on the day and time you’re travelling. During the winter, passenger traffic is very low but during the summer, Mykonos Airport gets very busy. In usual conditions, Mykonos Airport security wait times are typically around 20 minutes.

You can make the process faster by knowing the local restrictions regarding liquids in carry-on luggage. Containers holding liquids or gels may not be larger than 100 ml, even if they’re half-empty, and you need to place them in one transparent, resealable plastic bag with no more than one litre per passenger capacity. Also, you’ll need to place your laptops, tablets, or other large electrical items in the boxes provided and then walk through the scanner.

What to do in Departures at Mykonos Airport?

After clearing security and passport control, you can head to the boarding and waiting area, where you can grab something to eat or drink or visit the Duty-Free for some shopping; options are limited but it’s still a good way to pass the time before departure. If you prefer to enjoy some privacy and some more premium service, you can visit the Business Lounge on Level 1.

*Don’t forget that if you’re shopping at Mykonos Airport Duty-free, you should check the tax-free regulations for the country you’re travelling to.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the liquid restrictions at Mykonos Airport?

The liquid restrictions at Mykonos Airport state that only containers up to 100 ml are allowed in any carry-on luggage, even if they’re nearly empty. Each passenger is allowed to carry up to 1 litre in total and needs to place all containers in a transparent, reclosable plastic bag.

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