Corfu International Airport Duty Free

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About Corfu International Airport (CFU)

Corfu 491008, Greece
+30 2661 089600
Arrivals: Corfu International Airport (CFU) Arrivals
Departures: Corfu International Airport (CFU) Departures
39.60189819, 19.9116993
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Corfu International Airport (IATA: CFU, ICAO: LGKR), is an airport serving the Kerkyra/corfu area in Greece. Scroll down or click here to see what Corfu International Airport shops, bars, restaurants, cafes, and facilities we have in our Duty Free Information 2022 Database. Currently in our database we have information on 2 shops, 7 cafes, and 2 restaurants at Corfu International Airport. If you believe this data is out of date or incorrect in any way, please contact us and we will get our team of researchers to correct our data.

It is government-owned with both charter and scheduled flights. It is the busiest in the summer and a destination for many European cities. It was founded in 1937 and named after the first governor of Greece, Ioannis Kapodistrias. During WWII, it was used by both German and Italian forces and had a 600-meter runway. Today, the runway is 2,373 meters (7,785 feet) and has one terminal.

CFU saw its first commercial flight in 1949 when a small aircraft with seven passengers from Athens arrived at the airport. Its original terminal was replaced in 1962 when more airways like Aristotle Onassis’ Olympic Airways offered international flights that needed both a terminal and an air traffic control tower.

Getting to CFU is easy. There are buses, taxis and car rentals to get you to and from the terminal. There are 271 parking spots with a fence and security for both short- and long-term parking. Shopping and refreshments are conveniently located in the terminal.

How far away is Corfu International Airport from from the centre of Kerkyra/corfu?

It takes approximately 6 mins to drive the 1.6 mi (2.6 kilometres) between the centre of Kerkyra/corfu and Corfu International Airport, making it accessible enough to facilitate and accommodate any travel plans. Make sure you arrive in time to take the opportunity to explore the duty-free shopping opportunities located inside CFU airport, where you can purchase exclusive perfumes and colognes, cigarattes, alcohol, food items, confectionery, and souvenirs from Greece.

What are the parking options at Corfu International Airport?

External parking options are available. Don't forget that you can also opt to leave your car at home, thanks to the many public transportation alternatives that can take you to and from Corfu International Airport.

Frequently Asked Questions

Duty free shopping is when you can purchase goods that have had the duty/tax (usually taxes like import, VAT, and sales tax) waivered by the government, therefore reducing the prices that you would normally expect to pay in a standard shop or website. Duty free shops are usually found at airports or sea terminals, but you can also sometimes purchase duty free goods during international flights or on cruises.

Anyone travelling internationally (between two different countries) is eligible to purchase duty free items.

The term 'duty' refers to the tax that you pay if you bring a product from one country to another. i.e. if you bought some perfume in the United Kingdom, and then flew to Germany you might have to pay tax in both countries. Most governments do not charge the duty on products bought when you are leaving that country, which means that the customer doesn't have to pay the tax twice. This usually only applies when you are leaving the country, i.e. it is for export purposes only.

As the price for items bought in duty free shops often have the duty taken off the RRP, it can make them a lot cheaper than if you bought the goods in a normal shop. However, there are usually limits on how much you can buy on your trip, and these limits will vary from country to country, and also vary from item to item (i.e. there will be different limits on alcohol and cigarettes).

The most popular items in duty free shops are usually the products that are most heavily taxed, i.e. alcohol, perfumes, and tobacco. Duty free inventories will vary from country to country, and also from airport to airport. In larger airports, you may even find different prices in the numerous shops - remember it's always best to shop around! Make sure you check our database to see all the shops at each airport, and then you can invesigate the prices at each one.

Sadly, you can't just turn up at a duty free shop with several empty suitcases and fill them up with goodies! Restrictions will be in place, and these can vary from country to country. You will only be allowed to buy certain amounts of different types of products. Tobacco, alcohol, and perfumes are usually the products that are most likely to be subject to the stricter allowances. Make sure you check whilst purchasing, or else you run the risk of your items being confiscated upon arrival at your destination's customs.

No. Duty free is only available to travellers who are flying from one country to another country.

Yes. Many duty free shops will allow you to pre-order any purchases online before your journey. You will need your boarding pass and passport when you pick the items up from the airport shop.

What is there to do upon arrival at Corfu International Airport?

Once you arrive at the airport, you have the option to fuel up for your journey ahead by grabbing a bite to eat at any of the 9 available restaurants and cafes, or why not head straight for the duty-free shopping opportunities at the 2 different shops around Corfu International Airport? Get a last-minute gift for a loved one, or spoil yourself with a well-deserved souvenir from your trip.

Corfu International Airport shops, restaurants, and facilities

Shops, bars, restaurants, cafes, and facilities at Corfu International Airport include:

  • Departures
Burger King
  • Arrivals
Forno Luca
  • Departures
French Bakery
  • Departures
Grain de Ble
  • Departures
Hellenic Duty Free
Il Maestro
  • Departures
Press Gate
  • Departures
  • (+30) 26610 28440
  • Departures

What airlines operate passenger services out of Corfu International Airport?

The following airlines all fly passenger services out of Corfu International Airport:

Duty Free Allowance at Corfu International Airport

If you are travelling to Greece from a country within the EU, then you can bring in an unlimited amount of goods that you have bought in that country as long as the price you paid included tax and the goods are for your own personal use (this also includes items that you intend to be gifts).

What are the limits on duty free cigarettes/alcohol at Corfu International Airport from inside the EU

Despite there not being a limit on the amount of alcoholic and tobacco goods that you can bring in from a country in the EU, if you have goods that are more than the following guidelines, then there is a good chance that you will be questioned by a Customs Officer about what you intend to do with the goods:

  • 800 cigarettes, 200 cigars, or 1 kg of tobacco
  • 110 litres of beer
  • 10 litres of spirits
  • 90 litres of wine
  • 20 litres of fortified wine

What are the limits on duty free cigarettes/alcohol at Corfu International Airport from outside the EU

If you are entering Greece from a country outside of the EU, then your allowance changes to the amounts listed below. Again, these must be for your own personal use. If you intend to sell the goods or if you go over these allowances, then you may have to pay duty and/or tax).

  • 200 cigarettes, 100 cigarillos, 50 cigars, or 250g of tobacco
  • 4 litres of still wine
  • 1 litre of alcohol over 22% volume or 2 litres of alcohol less than 22% volume
  • 16 litres of beer
  • up to £390 worth of all other goods
Corfu International Airport Reviews

Terminal viel zu klein, und überfüllt. Chaotische Abfertigung von Gepäck und Passagieren!
- Erik

Women at check in was very slow, tagger not working, had to write herself, security check very quick, facilities are ok, like the free WiFi. Went to the cafe upstairs, food looked a bit sweaty. Still a very good experience!
- Gabriel

Corfu's Kerkira airport is small, meaning that there isn't a wide selection of shops and there is no Wi-Fi, but baggage claim still managed to take a long time. However, accessing the airport seems to be rather easy and it does not take too long to pass customs.
- Jack

Getting to Corfu Airport is a bit of a struggle due to the road network being a bit chaotic. The airport is fit for purpose which is for summer seasonal tourist traffic and it shows. Although at peak times the airport becomes congested in all areas (check-in, security, departure lounge). The air-conditioning could do with replacing as it was all but useless. There wasn't sufficient seating but again this is due to the demand the airport faces at other times other than peak. There are a number of food and retail outlets but these show alot of wear and tear. There was some kind of free wifi but it was poor at connecting to. Planespotting at Corfu Airport is pretty good. There are some good points in between the Gates 1, 2 and 3. These provide good views over most of the passenger apron and part of the runway. There are marks on the windows and you do get some reflections in the windows.
- AviationEagle32

Small old airport with old facilities. Worser of all I seen in Greece (i have seen 3 already). Totally new airport is required urgently. Facilities are overcrowded and need renovation. Just a place to jump into plane. Baggage claim zone is oldest one - no indication of flights, all baggage is placed on 2 transport lines. CHAOS!
- Stanislav Vartanov

It is old and "traditional" greek airport. In summer there are many flights and the airport is small, so when we came in from the aircraft, there were too many people. Wifi is not working. I didn't find any food opportunities in arrival zone, so I had to wait when I will come to hotel and eat there. But baggage claim was really fast, we came to the belt, and after 2 minutes we had our baggage.
- Erik Rehulka

one of the worst Airports I've ever been to, it is way to crowded for the capacity of the airport and security, wich almost made me miss my flight, as the queues are so long that it is almost impossible to get through in the time from the check in starts to the flight boards
- Raini Svensson

Also much better on return from Corfu. Straight to border control and our baggage was already on carousel. Well done again.
- Mike Bennett

The airport was more than overcrowded. It was a nightmare to get anywhere. We just made it even so we had 90 minutes to come to the gate.
- Guido Eikelmann

The worst airport I have ever been. Too(extremely) crouded in peak season. Women on checkin laziest person I have ever seen too. After check in, we had to carry baggage elsewhere for rentgen check. Ater that, we had to overtake security check line, if we didnt wana miss flight. A lot of complains from other ppl, who were waiting in that line, while we overtaking them.
- Rok Jest
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