Mykonos flight deals are available from several airports in New Zealand. You can fly to Mykonos, Greece, from Auckland Airport (AKL) with flight times ranging from 26-36h. You can also fly to Mykonos International Airport (JMK), Mykonos, from Christchurch International Airport (CHC) with flight times ranging between 50-55h. Alternatively, you can fly to Mykonos from Dunedin Airport (DUD) with flight durations from around 51-55h.
Unfortunately, nonstop flights from New Zealand to Mykonos are not available. However, there are several options with one and two stopovers flying to Mykonos Airport. You can choose to fly from Auckland to Mykonos airports with just one stopover in either Doha Hamad (DOH) or Dubai (DXB) airports for 2h or 5h 30min, respectively, with flight durations of 26h 25min and 29h 40min. You can also fly from the same airport with two stopovers via Kuala Lumpur (KUL) and Dubai airports with 1h 35min and 5h 30min transfer times, respectively, and a total duration of 29h 40min. Christchurch Airport also offers routes to Mykonos with two stopovers via Auckland and Dubai airports with a 23h 45min and 5h 30min transfer time, respectively, and a total duration of 54h 50min. The cheapest route takes 52h 40min with a 21h 40min transfer in Auckland Airport and a 5h 30min in Dubai Airport. Alternatively, Dunedin Airport offers routes with two stopovers to Mykonos via Auckland and Dubai airports with transfer times of 22h 35min and 5h 30min, respectively, and a total flight duration of 54h 05min.
Mykonos Airport is just under 3 km to the city centre of Mykonos. The cheapest way is to go by KTEL buses, which cost approximately € 2 (NZ$ 3) and take around 10min to get to the main Fabrika Square in Mykonos. Alternatively, you could take a taxi, which is also relatively cheap at around € 3-5 (NZ$ 5-8), getting you there in under 5min. If you are travelling light or feeling energetic, walking to the town centre would only take around 30min and is completely free.
Mykonos, like many of the Greek Islands, hosts expanses of beautiful coastline, beaches, and crystal-clear waters. Don’t miss the line of windmills as you pull into the harbour, which is thought to have been built by the Venetians sometime in the 16th century. On Matogianni Street, you will find numerous shops, tavernas and designer boutiques. You can also visit the island of Delos from the Old Harbour, one of Greece’s most treasured archaeological sites, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Around the western tip of the Old Harbour, you will come across Alefkandra, otherwise known as Little Venice, where you can explore the little car-free alleys and dine by the waterside.
There is no visa requirement for citizens of New Zealand to enter Mykonos for stays up to 90 days. However, a full valid passport is a necessity, and you must also apply online for an electronic travel authorisation (ETIAS), which is now a requirement. Once you have applied for and received your document, it is then valid for 5 years. The cost is approximately € 7 (NZ$ 12) and the process is relatively speedy.
For a flight to Mykonos, you will be flying into Mikonos. Mikonos (JMK) is just 2.0 km from the centre of the city.