Madagascar is a tropical island that does not lack tourist attractions for international tourists. While many tourists are interested in the landscapes and other natural wonders on the island, others prefer seaside destinations. Madagascar is now easily accessible from the Greek capital thanks to the regular flights that are scheduled at Athens airport.
How to travel from Athens to Madagascar ?
A distance of about 7000 km separates Greece from Madagascar. If you are flying from Athens, air travel is the fastest way to get to Madagascar. Travelers can reach the Athens airport from the city center and surrounding towns: Aigáleo, Kipséli, Kallithéa, Peristérion, Níkaia, Psikhikón, Néa Liósia, Kaisarianí, Kholargós, Keratsínion, Oikismós Papágou, Ellinikón, Ayía Paraskeví, Likóvrisi, Acharnes, Paianía, Kifisiá, Filí, Ampelákia, Spáta, Vári, Salamís, Pikérmion, Mándra, Krionérion, Stamáta or Aiánteion. The distance between Athens and Antananarivo is about 6900 km. The fastest flight between the two airports is about 11 hours, including transfer time.
Which flights to choose to travel from the capital of Greece to Madagascar?
Tourists departing from Athens have a wide choice of scheduled flights to Madagascar. A few airlines offer flights to Madagascar from Athens Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport: Ethiopian (via Addis Ababa), Aegean, Ethiopian (via Jeddah, Addis Ababa), El Al, Ethiopian (via Tel Aviv, Addis Ababa), Turkish Airlines, Air Mauritius (via Istanbul, Mauritius) and ITA, Ethiopian (via Rome, Addis Ababa). The duration of the flight between Athens airport (ATH) and Antananarivo airport (TNR) varies from 11 to 17 hours for a distance of 7000 km since these are flights with stopovers only.