Larnaca International Airport is Cyprus’ main international gateway and the larger of the two commercial airports in the area controlled by the Republic of Cyprus, the other being Paphos International Airport on the island’s southwestern coast.
Is Cyprus expensive?
So is Cyprus expensive to visit? Well, it doesn’t have to be. Prices in Cyprus are more or less on par with other mid-range European destinations — like Croatia or Spain — and it is entirely possible to visit the country on a budget.
How safe is Cyprus?
OVERALL RISK : LOW. Cyprus is generally very safe to travel to, even though it is geographically close to countries hit by terrorism and wars. Petty crime does occur, especially during the holidays and summer.
Is Cyprus on the green list?
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In line with a UN statement, all crossing points between the Republic and the north re-opened on 4 June 2021 subject to a Red, Orange, Green categorisation system.
Does Paphos airport have duty free?
Shopping: There is a small selection of shops at Paphos International Airport. Among these is a duty-free shop, various news stands and a gift retailer.
How do you get to Paphos from the airport?
There are 2 different modes of transportation from Paphos airport to the city centre, taxi or bus. The first, and most reliable, is hiring a Paphos airport taxi. Paphos taxis do not charge on a flat rate system, they use a meter based on distance. The average cost to the city centre is €35 and takes around 20 minutes.
Why is it so expensive to fly to Cyprus?
Flights from Cyprus are more expensive that fights to Cyprus. The reason is two-fold. The market is tiny and there is no reasonably sized airline based in Cyprus. The tiny market does not allow for an airline to be based in Cyprus and compete with foreign carriers flying to Larnaca or Paphos.
Which airlines fly direct to Cyprus?
Of the many carriers offering direct flights to Cyprus, some of the main airlines include:
- British Airways.
- Thomas Cook.
- Turkish Airlines.
How long is flight to Cyprus?
How long is the flight to Cyprus? An average direct flight from the United Kingdom to Cyprus takes 7h 37m, covering a distance of 2108 miles. The most popular route is London – Larnaca with an average flight time of 4h 40m.