Cyprus Airports

Ercan International Airport

Ercan International Airport

Ercan International Airport is the main and largest airport in North Cyprus. Ercan Airport is set between Nicosia and Famagusta. It takes 30 minutes to drive to Kyrenia and 20 minutes to drive from Ercan Airport to the capital Nicosia.

The airport is fully renovated with coffee shops, duty free and the new terminal of Ercan Airport building was planned in a way that will serve the best way to arriving and departing passengers.

Turkish Airlines (THY), Anadolu Jet, Atlas Jet , Onur Air, Bora Jet and Pegasus Airlines operate regular scheduled and chartered flights to Ercan. There are also frequent scheduled and charter flights from England and other European countries to North Cyprus. All flights reach Ercan International Airport via Turkey.

Northern Cyprus doesn’t accept any direct flights from other countries, all flights to Ercan Airport only technically pass over from Turkey due to political reason. All flights from Europe into North Cyprus must touch down first in Turkey. A common transportation from Ercan Airport is shuttle services, taxis and car hire services.

Larnaca International Airport

Larnaca International Airport is the largest, main international airport in South Cyprus. The airport is located 5Km south of Larnaca and just a 4km drive away from the city centre. Larnaca airport has been upgraded and new, modern terminal building opened in 2009. There are several restaurants, cafeterias and bars at Larnaca Airport.

Larnaca Airport

Airport’s commercial passenger terminal is on two levels, with Arrivals set at ground level and Departures on the first floor. Flights to the Larnaca Airport originate from all over the world. There are direct routes from Larnaca and the airport handles a huge number of passengers between Europe and the Middle East.

There are international and chartered flights operating from LCA. Some of them are, British Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines, Cyprus Airways, Aeroflot, Olympic Air Aegean Airlines, Austrian Airlines, Emirates and Lufthansa.

Paphos International Airport

Paphos Airport is the second largest airport of South Cyprus after Larnaca Airport. Paphos Airport is located km away from the city of Paphos. The new terminal building was renovated and opened in 2008. The airport offers many facilities to the passengers like free shop, restaurants, coffees, car hire desks and gift shops. The terminal building of Paphos International Airport has a section for departures and a section for arrivals.

Baf International Airport

The Paphos International Airport serves charter and scheduled flights. There are many flight companies providing charter flights from United Kingdom. There are also direct flights from other European countries. The airport is served by several tour operators and airline companies including Monarch, First Choice, Easy Jet, British Airways and Thomson.

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