The Paphos International Airport (PFO) is your entryway into Cyprus and Paphos. The airport handles charter and scheduled lights and can be accessed through a variety of UK airports, such as Exeter in the Southwest to Glasgow and Edinburgh in the North. First Choice, Thomson and Monarch Airlines also handle tours. EasyJet and RyanAir handle scheduled flights.
The airport terminal is large and has plenty of room, but you may find something called “holding cages”, where you have to wait outside in order to board. Not everyone likes the idea of being “caged”, and in that event, you might prefer to use the Larnaca Airport (LCA). There is a carriageway that can take you to and from Larnaca.
Larnaca is actually larger than PFO, but PFO tends to be used more often by tourists travelling to western Cypress locations. The International airport serves over 1,700,000 passengers. It just recently opened a new terminal. There are now seven gates, 22 stands, a bank onsite, restaurants and even a bar, among other shops. RyanAir is among the busiest of airline companies and recently opened their 50th base in the city. They also put two aircraft vessels in the city travelling to 15 different routes. In the future, a four-lane road will be constructed to connect the airport and Paphos, the city centre, so that the B6 and E603 road can be avoided. It is a heavily-traffickedpart of the city, and so construction on the project is certainly anticipated by many tourists.