Flights from Košice airport have the following destinations:
  • London Luton
  • London Stansted
  • Vienna
  • Prague
  • Liverpool
  • Warsaw
  • Zurich (from March 2024)
  • Zadar (from March 2024)
  • Dublin (again from March 2024)
Košice Airport is located 10 kilometers from the center of Košice, in the KOŠICE - BARCA section. If your journey starts at Košice airport, it is important to arrive at the airport at least 1.5 hours before departure.
The airport is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. In case of an early morning flight or a delay, you can wait right in the airport area.

It is recommended to arrive at the airport 2 hours before departure. At this time, you should check in your baggage, go through personal control and find the departure gate, which closes a few minutes before departure.

Airlines that fly from Košice Airport, such as Ryanair and Swiss International Air Lines (SWISS), support electronic tickets. Ryanair, a well-known Irish low-cost airline, has an electronic boarding pass available via their mobile app or in printed form, as does WizzAir.

Prohibited items include:
  1. Explosives and incendiary substances: For example firecrackers, lighters, dynamite.
  2. Sharp and cutting tools: Like knives, razor blades, or large scissors.
  3. Weapons: All types of weapons, including replicas or toys that look like weapons.
  4. Chemicals and toxic substances: Like poison, acids, lyes, or paint substances.
  5. Narcotics and psychotropic substances: Without a relevant medical prescription.
  6. Liquids in excess of specified volume: Restrictions on liquids in hand luggage usually include a limit of 100 ml per item.
It is also important to check specific policies with individual airlines and consider the local laws and regulations of the countries you are traveling to. Safety on board is of the highest priority, and following these rules is essential for a safe and comfortable flight.
Hand luggage dimensions vary by airline. The following restrictions apply to Swiss, Ryanair, Wizzair, LOT, and Austrian Airlines:
  • Swiss: Hand luggage dimensions are usually 55 x 40 x 23 cm.
  • Ryanair: Allows small hand luggage with maximum dimensions of 40 x 20 x 25 cm.
  • Wizzair: Hand luggage should not exceed the dimensions of 40 x 30 x 20 cm.
  • LOT: Usual dimensions are 55 x 40 x 23 cm.
  • Austrian Airlines: Permissible dimensions are also 55 x 40 x 23 cm.
Traveling by air with small children requires careful preparation and patience. It is important to have enough fun and comfort for children. Prepare favorite toys, books, or electronic devices for in-flight entertainment. Don't forget to bring enough snacks and drinks, as well as comfortable clothes and extra diapers or clothes to change into. Itineraries should be tailored to the children's needs, including choosing suitable flight times. During the flight, it is important to maintain dehydration and calm children in case of agitation or fear.
When traveling with your pets, it is important to contact the airline in advance to find out if pets are allowed. Each airline may have different requirements and rules regarding the carriage of animals.
Traveling by air with an immobile passenger requires special preparations and planning. It is important to inform the airline in advance of the passenger's needs, including the need for assistance services or a special seat. Most airlines offer assistance services such as boarding and disembarking assistance, wheelchair transportation, or special seating arrangements. Passengers should also check whether they can bring their own aids, such as a wheelchair, on board. It is also recommended to obtain a medical certificate in advance about the state of health and the necessary medicines.

Regulation (EC) No. 261/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council establishes basic rights for passengers in air transport. This regulation concerns compensation and assistance to passengers in situations such as denied boarding, flight cancellation or significant delay. Passengers can exercise these rights regardless of the individual contractual conditions of the airlines and have the right to request these benefits directly from the air carriers.

In case of lost or damaged luggage, you should immediately inform the relevant airline. Fill out the Damage or Lost Baggage Form at the airport and get a confirmation. Keep all travel documents as they will be needed when claiming compensation. Follow the process with the airline and submit additional information or documents if necessary. If your problem is not resolved, you can contact the relevant regulatory authorities or legal institutions.

Passengers with insulin pens and injections should notify airport security personnel prior to security screening. It is advisable to have a medical certificate with you about the necessity of using these medical devices. It is recommended that carry-on baggage contains only the necessary amount of medication for the duration of the flight, while additional supplies should be in checked baggage.

Passengers with metal implants should inform airport security personnel of their implants before going through security screening with a detection frame. This is important for proper security process management.

Medical aids such as crutches are allowed on the plane.

No, you just need to come to the airport, park in the P3 parking lot and pay the fee when you leave.

If the P3 parking lot is full, you can use the P2 parking lot, with the same fee as for the P3 parking lot starting from the second day.