The Athens Urban Transport Organisation (OASA) on Wednesday announced a number of changes to bus routes
serving Athens' 'Eleftherios Venizelos' International Airport beginning on Aug. 1, designed to better serve commuters travelling between the airport, the seaport of Piraeus and the intercity bus terminals.
Buses servicing the routes mentioned will now run on a 24-hour basis, while the route of buses X95, X93 and X96 have been extended between the hours of 00:30 a.m. and 05:30 a.m. in order to take passengers to Piraeus port or bus stations.
Specifically, the X95 bus that normally runs between Syntagma Square and the Airport will at night also link Syntagma Square with the seaport of Piraeus (Karaiskaki Square). The X93 bus (Kifissos intercity bus terminal- Athens Airport) will link both destinations with the seaport of Piraeus (Karaiskaki Square).
As of Wed., July 27, the X96 bus (Piraeus-Athens Airport Express) will run on a 24-hour basis via Posidonos Avenue and Varis Avenue and will serve passengers to/from the seaport of Piraeus-Athens Airport.