Telegraph – Corfu Travel Guide
Corfu Guide, getting there
Since spring 2015, British Airways (britishairways.com) has served Corfu seasonally from London Heathrow at least four days weekly between April and October (daily in summer), with comparatively civilised flight times in each direction. easyJet (easyjet.com) flies direct from Bristol, Gatwick, Luton, Manchester and Newcastle; Ryanair (ryanair.com) from Stansted, Birmingham, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford and Manchester; Jet2 (jet2.com) from East Midlands, Glasgow, Leeds Bradford, Manchester and Newcastle. Thomson (thomson.co.uk) Thomas Cook (thomascook.com) and Monarch (monarch.co.uk) also all serve Corfu between May and September, from a range of UK airports.
Transfers: the airport lies just over a mile south-west of town. Blue city bus number 15 shuttles to town fairly regularly 8.00am–10.20pm Mon–Fri, 8.15am–10.30pm Sat, and 9.10am–10.40pm Sun, with corresponding services in the opposite direction; confirm all this on astikoktelkerkyras.gr. Arriving on a flight outside of these hours, you have to take an (overpriced) taxi, or pre-arrange car hire. All ferries – including cruise ships, international services from Italy and domestic ones from Igoumenítsa or Pátra – dock at the New Port, 0.6 miles west of town. The number 15 bus calls there too, except at night.
Public transport: Corfu has two separate bus services based in Corfu Town: the blue-coach suburban lines from Platía Sarókko (aka San Rocco), and the green, long-distance, island-wide lines starting just west of the Néo Froúrio (New Fort) – full info in English at greenbuses.gr.
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