- 1 What airport do you fly into for Cyprus?
- 2 How do you get to Cyprus?
- 3 Which airlines fly direct to Cyprus?
- 4 Can I fly to Cyprus 2021?
- 5 Are flights to Cyprus expensive?
- 6 Why are flights to Cyprus so expensive?
- 7 How safe is Cyprus?
- 8 How do I get to Cyprus by ferry?
- 9 Where should I not go in Cyprus?
- 10 How long is flight to Cyprus?
- 11 Can I holiday in Cyprus this summer?
- 12 Who owns Cyprus?
What airport do you fly into for Cyprus?
Major airports are: Paphos International Airport and Larnaca International Airport. Since 1974, the Cyprus government declared Ercan International Airport an illegal port of entry to Cyprus and there are no direct flights to the north other than from Turkey.
How do you get to Cyprus?
- CYPRUS: BY AIR.
- From the UK: carriers include easyJet, British Airways, Aegean, Jet2, Cyprus Airways and Ryanair.
- Within Europe: try Cyprus Airways, Arkefly, Transavia, Condor, Lufthansa and easyJet.
- From the USA: There are no direct flights so you will need to fly via Europe (see above).
Which airlines fly direct to Cyprus?
TUI, easyJet, Jet2, British Airways, American Airlines, Ryanair, Condor and Wizz Air all fly direct to Cyprus.
Can I fly to Cyprus 2021?
The rules for travelling or working in European countries changed on 1 January 2021: you can travel to Cyprus for up to 90 days in any 180-day period without a visa.
Are flights to Cyprus expensive?
The price of Cyprus flights varies significantly throughout the year. Tickets are typically the most expensive in the summer, particularly in August, with the cheapest flight deals to Cyprus available in the low season.
Why are flights to Cyprus so expensive?
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.
How safe is Cyprus?
But despite the conflict that has plagued the region, and has left it in a state of political uncertainty, Cyprus is considered a very safe area to visit, with very little violent crime.
How do I get to Cyprus by ferry?
As the only route that goes to Cyprus is located in Greece, it is first necessary to travel to the continent. This can be done via various routes. The simplest and most straightforward is via the Eurotunnel from Folkestone to Calais. Alternatively, you can catch the ferry from Dover to either Calais or Dunkerque.
Where should I not go in Cyprus?
What to avoid in Cyprus
- Tourist Traps. If you think you’ll get to a Mediterranean country to enjoy amazing seafood, you will be disappointed in Cyprus.
- Limassol or Paphos Castle. Ok, it’s not actually a castle.
- Aphrodite’s Baths. Where to begin with this one.
- Turtle Beach.
- Ayia Napa.
How long is flight to Cyprus?
How long is the flight to Cyprus? An average direct flight from the United Kingdom to Cyprus takes 9h 21m, covering a distance of 2108 miles. The most popular route is London – Larnaca with an average flight time of 4h 40m.
Can I holiday in Cyprus this summer?
The announcement basically said that travellers from the UK can enter Cyprus with no restrictions like testing or quarantine from 1st May 2021 as long as you have had both doses of the Covid vaccine – the 2nd one more than 7 days before entry into the country. The UK is still in the Cyprus Amber category.
Who owns Cyprus?
The Republic of Cyprus is the internationally recognised government of the Republic of Cyprus, that controls the southern two-thirds of the island. Aside from Turkey, all foreign governments and the United Nations recognise the sovereignty of the Republic of Cyprus over the whole island of Cyprus.