Kos Airport Taxi
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Kos Airport Taxi

The taxi rank of Kos International airport Hippocrates is located outside the passenger terminal. Taxis are available when the airport is operating. The time it takes to get from Kos airport to Kos town is 40 minutes and the cost of a taxi is approximately 40€.


24/7 metered Kos airport taxis are available outside the Kos Airport Terminal building. The trip from the airport to Kos takes about 35-40 minutes and costs around 40 euros.


To book a taxi at Kos Airport you can contact Kos Airport Taxi Rank at +30 2242 023333 or click here to pre-book your Taxi online with instant confirmation.


Typical fare for a one-way ride to Kos Town from the airport is €40.

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(average charge – all included) From Kos Airport.

City of KosBetween 37€ and 45€
TigakiBetween 27€ and 30€
MarmariBetween 24€ and 27€
MastichariBetween 15€ and 23€
KardamenaBetween 15€ and 25€
KefalosBetween 25€ and 33€

* VAT is included in the price.
* For reservations extra charge is 3 euro

Kos Airport Taxi Rank

In the high tourist season (from June to September) it is always advisable to pre-book your taxi to avoid long queues. Sometimes will be very also difficult to find one without reservation.

Kos Airport Taxi FAQ

Thankfully, you can get a taxi from the airport 24 hours a day, seven days a week. That means even if your flight is delayed or arrives very late at night or very early in the morning, you shouldn’t have to wait very long before you are able to get a taxi. From June to September (high tourist season of Kos) sometimes will be very difficult to find one. Is always advisable to pre-book your taxi to avoid the queues.

Taxis from the airport to any destination on Kos will be by meter, so your final fare will depend on the location of your accommodation on the island.

Kos Town is located roughly 15 miles (about 24 kilometers) from the airport, and depending on traffic the typical journey time should be about 30 minutes.

You can expect to pay about €40 for a one-way ride from the airport to Kos Town.

No, tipping is not required by law, and you don’t have to give the driver any money beyond the fare. However, most drivers will appreciate a tip for good service so it’s always a good idea to keep some cash on hand that you can use to give your taxi driver a tip.