THE STRENGTH OF
A 17 AIRPORTS NETWORK

CYPRUS

Located at the cross road of 3 continents, it is the third largest Mediterranean island and member of the European Union. It serves both incoming and outgoing market and attracts more than 3 million tourists year round, whereas its high quality airports serve more than 8.6 million total passengers.

LARNAKA International Airport Glafcos Clerides

Republic of Cyprus has two airports. Larnaka is the major airport to serve Cyprus, third largest Mediterranean island and EU country. Tourism is the primary economic driver.

A new passenger terminal opened at Larnaka in 2009 and it has the capacity to serve 7.5 million passengers. The airport is connected to most of the major European and Middle East hubs whereas 70 airlines operate to more than 100 destinations in 40 countries.

Cyprus is a year round modern European destination with a Mediterranean climate and exceptional tourism product. Its authentic beaches and diversified landscapes can be easily explored given the short driving distances and excellent road infrastructure, whereas its broad history and culture deliver unique experiences. Visitors from key tourist markets including the UK, Russia, Scandinavia and Germany are genuinely captivated.

Larnaka airport aims to drive a collaborative strategy to reduce dependence on seasonal traffic and offer a wide variety of travel alternatives with the best airport experience to travelers.

 

Cyprus, a cross road between Asia, Europe and Africa
Return to growth with a GDP per capita ranked in the top 20% worldwide.
Slot free airport, comfortable modern terminal with easily accessed areas,
Technologically advanced with electronic gateways, kiosk check in points, express lanes and online parking.
Cyprus Aeropolis – umbrella brand for social media offering a variety of travel information

PAFOS International Airport

Republic of Cyprus has two airports. Pafos is the second international airport to serve Cyprus, third largest Mediterranean island and EU country. Tourism is the primary economic driver.

A new passenger terminal opened at Pafos in 2008 and it has the capacity to serve 2.7 million passengers. The airport is connected to European destinations, serving more than 40 destinations to 17 countries operated by 25 airlines.

Cyprus is a year round modern European destination with a Mediterranean climate and exceptional tourism facilities. Its authentic beaches and diversified landscapes can be easily explored given the short driving distances and excellent road infrastructure, whereas its broad history and culture deliver unique experiences. Visitors from key tourist markets including the UK, Russia, Scandinavia and Germany are genuinely captivated.

Pafos airport aims to drive a collaborative strategy to reduce dependence on seasonal traffic and offering the best operational conditions for low-cost and non-scheduled flights while offering a good quality of services to travelers.

Cyprus, a cross road between Asia, Europe and Africa
Return to growth with a GDP per capita ranked in the top 20% worldwide.
Slot free airport, comfortable modern terminal with easily accessed areas,
Technologically advanced with electronic gateways, kiosk check in points, express lanes and online parking.