How long is a flight to Zante?
We have regular flights to Zante departing from London Heathrow with an average flight time of just under four hours.
What’s the cheapest month to fly to Zante?
We fly from London to Zante between April and September and the peak season runs from June to August, so it may be cheaper to fly outside of these busy summer months.
Is Zante cheap to visit?
Zante is a very affordable destination, with lower prices on food, drink and accommodation than on many of its neighbouring islands. Choose a lively resort holiday or immerse yourself in traditional Greek culture in Zante Town and travel to small mountain villages – the choice is yours.
Is it easy to get around Zante?
Zakynthos International Airport (ZTH) is a short distance from the island’s main town of Zante. Book a private transfer or airport shuttle to your hotel or take a bus to the city centre from outside the airport. If you prefer, there are metered taxis outside the airport 24 hours a day, and a journey to Zante Town takes about 10 to 15 minutes.
You can also hire a car with British Airways if you want to see more of what Zante has to offer. You’ll receive great benefits, with all mandatory charges included and 24-hour customer support, plus you’ll collect Avios points on every rental.
Why visit Zante?
Zante, known as Zakynthos in Greece, is known for its spectacular natural scenery, from lush, rolling hillsides covered in wildflowers to beautiful beaches with turquoise waters. Home to Smuggler’s Cove –one of the most famous and photographed beaches in Greece – you can also find olive groves, lemon trees and secret hidden lagoons if you go beyond the tourist trail. Whether you’re looking to spot loggerhead turtles on Laganas Beach, immerse yourself in Greek culture or enjoy the exciting nightlife scene, the Ionian Island has a lot to offer.
Why fly British Airways to Zante?