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JTR Airport

The Santorini airport (IATA code JTR) while technically an international airport complete with customs and passport control, is a very small airport with limited size. During departures, the gate area is often so crowded that there is barely room to stand. There are no jetways at JTR: passengers are bussed to and from all flights, even if the aircraft is only 10 meters away. During the summer months, many charter flights provide passage along with the scheduled service of Aegean and Olympic Airlines. If you arrive at the airport for a departure and see an impossibly long line snaking outside the terminal, it is probably for a charter flight.

As of 2021, the airport has undergone a significant renovation that doubled the size of the building. While crowding issues have been eased from shoulder-to-shoulder conditions prior to the expansion, the terminal can still be quite crowded.

This photo, taken when landing just after dawn, shows the tower and terminal building, with nearly the full extent of the airport shown. The shaded outdoor observation deck can be seen right in the center of the frame, above the words "Santorini Airport" in small letters on the outside of the building.

JTR Airport

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