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Getting to Cyprus

Getting to Cyprus is easier than ever. More than 33 airlines, including Cyprus Airways, Eurocypria and Helios Airlines, operate scheduled flights from and to Larnaka International Airport (40 minutes from limassol) and Pafos International Airport (45 minutes from the town of Paphos).

Flights from EuropeMiddle EastFar East

Due to its location Cyprus is a springboard to the Middle East ,The Holy Land and the Greek Islands.




1. From Europe
There are non-stop flights from all the major cities of Western and Eastern Europe with Cyprus Airways and the national airlines of the European countries.

Major gateways are: Athens, London, Manchester, Amsterdam, Brussels, Frankfurt, Paris, Rome, Milan, Geneva, Zurich, Vienna, Malta, Moscow, Budapest, Sofia, Bucharest, Warsaw and Prague.

In addition to that, there are also chartered flights from most of the European and Scandinavian countries

Cyprus Airways
Aeroflot (Russian)
Aerosweet (Ukranian Airlines)
Air Malta
Air Moldova
Air Slovakia
Austrian Airlines
British Airways
CSA – Czechoslovak Airlines
JAT – Yugoslav Airlines
KLM – Royal Dutch Airlines
Lufthansa – German Airlines
Malev – Hungarian Airlines
Moldova Airlines
Olympic Airways
Tarom – Romanian Airlines
Transaero Airlines


2. From Middle East Countries
There are direct flights from all the major cities of the Middle East countries as well from the Gulf area countries and some of the North Africa countries with Cyprus Airways and the national airlines of the these countries.

Major gateways are: Amman, Bahrain, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Dubai, Jeddah, Kuwait, Riyadh, Tel-Aviv, Abu Dhabi, Tehran, Benghazi.

The airlines, besides Cyprus Airways, are:
Egypt Air
EL-AL Israel Airlines
Gulf Air
Middle East Airlines
Royal Jordanian Airlines
Syrian Arab Airlines

3. From Japan and South East Asia
Visitors from Japan and South East Asian countries may travel to Cyprus with convenient connections from the Arabian Gulf area, through Bahrain (Gulf Air) and Dubai (Emirates). Alternatively, there are frequent connections from the major European gateways and the Middle Eastern countries.