How to get to Leros
There are daily flights to Leros from Athens and three times a week from Rhodes and Kos. Again daily, there is a flight from Athens to Kalymnos, where you can board a speedboat or hydrofoil to Leros (duration 35mins).
Also, you can fly to Kos or Samos and then take the hydrofoil or catamaran to Leros (distance from Kos 1hr30mins). Ryanair has flights to Kos from the following cities: Bari, Bologna, Milan, Pisa, Rome, Brussels, Frankfurt, Kaunas, Krakow, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Oslo. Alternatively you can reach to Kos via Thessaloniki from Copenhagen, Amsterdam, Brussels, Stockholm, Paris, Vienna, Zurich and various cities in Germany with Air Serbia (to Thessaloniki). Also from Berlin you can fly to Thessaloniki with Easyjet.
Just a few kilometers from Kos, on the Turkish coast, is the airport of Bodrum, which serves some charter flights.
Leros has excellent transport links with the rest of the Dodecanese (with Blue Star, Dodekanisos Seaways, ANEK, and Patmos Star companies) as well as from Turkey through Kos. In high season there is a daily ferry from the port of Athens, Piraeus.
Ferry schedules: GREEK TRAVEL PAGES