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Athens International Airport commonly known as Elefterios Venizelos is about 30km (17 miles) east of Athens in Greece, near Spata town.

The airport handles 65 take-offs and landings each hour or 600 daily and is one of the most busiest airports in Europe and this is deemed to expand so as to accommodate about 50 million passengers yearly. The airport can be accessed by car using the Attiki Odos highway if coming from the city centre or the north of Athens, from the south you can make use Laurio Avenue, from the west of Athens use Varis-Koropiou Avenue and from the east the Spata-Loutsa Avenue. The airport has a variety of parking options.

The airport has two Terminal s i.e. the main Terminal and the satellite Terminal . The main Terminal handles all flights within Schengen and the satellite Terminal handles the rest. There are 24-hour rides available as well as taxis that take about 35 minutes to get to the airport. You can use www.anycarhire.com to hire a car at very reasonable prices. Presently there are six car companies that operate at the Athens International Airport with their offices situated at the arrivals point. The hire area is on the north of the main Terminal building and passengers who wish to hire a car should proceed to the respective booths.

Taxis are accessible but when taking a taxi you should be careful with the meter and make sure it is switched to tariff 1 if you are travelling before midnight as tariff 2 is doubly expensive and is only supposed to be used past midnight. The taxis are located at Exit 3 of the Arrivals level. You might find it convenient to use www.anyhire.com to compare the various car hire options available and decide on which suits your needs the most.

The metro is simple to use and the charges are steady. You can also use rail but this requires you to go up a level from the arrivals and cross over a pedestrian bridge. The tickets can be purchased from a booth or from someone at the desk in the station. You are also offered discounts for every additional person but it costs 6 Euros for one person one way. On Sundays, the train offers free services until 2pm. For persons travelling farther than Athens it convenient to use a bus and there are five dissimilar lines for the buses.