Airport of Rhodes (RHO), Greece

Travel guide to help tourists arriving in Rhodes. The Rhodes Airport IATA code is RHO and there is only one operating airport on the island. This is not the official airport website. Please read our terms.

Rhodes Airport is located in the eastern Aegean Sea. It is one of the biggest airports in Greece and the 4th busiest one. It’s name is Diagoras airport and is the main entrance and exit point for both locals and tourists. It’s well connected with other major Greek cities and islands as well as with major European capitals and cities via charter flights. All passenger flights are located in one terminal. The Airport in Rhodes is also a military airport and taking photos is generally not allowed.

Rhodes airport operates two business lounges (Skyserv and Swissport Filoxenia). Overnight sleeping is generally allowed since the airport operates 24 hours a day/7 days a week.

It is named after Diagoras, a Greek poet and sophist of the 5th century B.C. and is a joint civil – military airport.

If you book in advance and regular check prices, you will often find yourself able to take advantage of special offers provided by the major airlines which fly to Rhodes.

Rhodes also has 3 more airports that are not operating

Rhodes Maritsa Airport: closed to public, near Maritsa village. Built in 1938 by the Italians was the first airport of the island and used to be the public airport until 1977. Nowadays serves the Hellenic Air Force and is sometimes used for car races.
Kalathos Airfield: inoperative, 7 km (4 mi) north of Lindos. Built by the Italians during World War II, was called Aeroporto di Gadurrà. Today only the runway is visible.
Kattavia Airstrip, located in the south of the island it was an emergency airstrip built by the Italians during World War II. Today it is abandoned.