There are two legal entry passenger airports in Cyprus. Both of which have undergone significant upgrades recently.
Live flight status for Larnaca and Paphos airports – Search for flight status by airport name or flight number.
IATA Airport Code: Paphos = PFO
Pafos airport – was completely upgraded and was officially open for business as the new Paphos airport in November 2008. The comfortable and functional areas of the new airport have 28 check-in counters, three luggage delivery belts, and 800 parking places, and will serve 2.7 million passengers per year.
Parking information and pricing, as well as information for disabled people or people with reduced mobility, can be found on the Pafos Airport website.
IATA Airport Code: Larnaca = LCA
Larnaca airport was completely upgraded and officially open for businesses as the new Larnaca airport in November 2009. The new airport is three times bigger than the old one and will serve 7.5 million passengers per year.
It boasts 16 airbridges, 67 check-in counters, five baggage carousels, VIP and business lounges, duty-free shops, comfortable and functional areas offering a wide range of shops and cafeterias, as well as 1000 parking spaces.
Parking information and pricing, as well as information for disabled people or people with reduced mobility, can be obtained on the Larnaka Airport Website.
Customs Import Allowances (both airports):
Passengers arriving with goods purchased within the EU which are for personal use:
10 liters of spirits over 22%, 20 liters with less than 22%
90 liters of wine (sparkling wine only 60 liters)
110 liters of beer
50 cigars or 250 g of smoking tobacco
1 liter of spirits over 22% volume
2 liters wine
16 liters beer
If arriving from or traveling to a country within the EU, amounts exceeding EUR 12.500 or more, or the equivalent in other currency MUST be declared.
Cats and dogs arriving from EU countries need to be treated against echinococcus and ectoparasites no less than 24 hours and not more than 48 hours before shipment is required.
The animal must be accompanied by a certificate issued by an official veterinarian authorized by the country of origin stating that the animal was examined not more than 72 hours before shipment. The document must also indicate the animal has remained for the past six months or since birth in the exporting country or premises where no cases of rabies were reported during the past two years.
American Pitbull, or Pit Bull Terrier, Japanese Tosa, Dogo Argentina, Fila Bra-Sileiro.
The owners of the traveling pets must communicate to the veterinary services their arrival information namely: Air carrier, flight number and the date/time of their arrival in Cyprus. The above information must be communicated to the veterinary services 48-72 hours before arriving in Cyprus.
Further information on the official Government Veterinary website or download an information leaflet, dated 2009 (in pdf format, may not be compatible with mobile devices) Noncommercial movement of pet animals.