Information on Airports in Cyprus
Larnaca International Airport, located in eastern Cyprus, is the larger of the country’s two main international airports. It’s accessible from Larnaca and Ayia Napa via the A3 motorway. It can also be reached by private taxi, a service which is available 24 hours a day. Fares vary: expect to pay about €7-10 in the day, or between €12 and €15 at night. A taxi office can be found at the exit from the arrivals area and is open for bookings 24 hours a day. Two shuttle services offer transport to Larnaca and Limassol, for fares between €8 and €9.
There are three banks in the public concourse and in arrivals, and a post office in the public concourse. Free Wi-Fi internet is available in some parts of the terminal building. There is a café, a bar and a restaurant in departures, and a gift shop, newsagent and bookshop. Duty free is also available. Larnaca International has a first aid room and a parent and baby room, and disabled access is good.
Paphos International is Cyprus’ second-largest airport, providing access to western Cyprus to international travellers. The airport is about 15 miles from Paphos and is easily accessible by car. There is also a bus link, the 612, running day long on weekdays between central Paphos and the bus station opposite the terminal. Journey time is about 30 minutes, and the fare is €1. Services are less frequent on Sundays. Taxis are also available, from the rank outside the terminal building. The fare into Paphos starts at around €35.
There is a bank, a foreign exchange booth and several ATMs in the airport, and free Wi-Fi hotspots are located in the terminal building. A duty free shop is complemented by souvenir shops and newsstands. There is an outside terrace bar that offers runway views, and a café indoors.
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