You can find on this page the Cyprus airports map to print and to download in PDF. The map of Cyprus airport presents details of location and international airports of Cyprus in Southern Europe.

Map of Cyprus airports

The Cyprus airports map shows location of airports in Cyprus. This airports map of Cyprus will allow you to determine which airport you will used to leave or arrive in Cyprus in Southern Europe. The Cyprus international airports map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.

There are two active international airports in Cyprus as you can see in the Map of Cyprus airports. The two airports are based in Larnaca and Paphos respectively and handle more than 7 million passengers annually between them. Many of these passengers are tourists, why the majority of the passengers travel through the airports during the holiday season from April to October. Both airports in Cyprus are managed and controlled by Hermes Airports, which is an international, French led consortium. Hermes Airports operates the airports under a 25-year agreement with the Republic of Cyprus. The company has brought significant investments to both the airports in Cyprus since they took over operations in May 2005. These investments has brought many other airlines to build hubs and increase their flights to Cyprus’ airports. The bankruptcy of Cyprus Airways in the early days of 2015 further enhanced the interest of other airlines. Currently there are two active military airports in the Republic of Cyprus and both lie in the British Sovereign Base Areas, which is still under British control after the Cypriot independence in 1960: Kingsfield Air Base and RAF Akrotiri.

Larnaca is the biggest airport in Cyprus. Both in terms of passengers and available destinations from Cyprus it significantly larger when compared to the airport in Paphos. The airport is located less than 5 kilometres outside of the coastal city Larnaca and is also close to other favourite tourist destinations such as Ayia Napa and Limassol as its shown in the Map of Cyprus airports. Larnaca airport is also the airport closest to the capital of Cyprus, Nicosia. Larnaca airport was developed as a civilian airport in 1975 following the Turkish invasion of Cyprus and was upgraded with a new terminal building in 2009 with modern check in counters and departure gates. Unless you are travelling to or from the airport in a bus hired by your travel agency you will find that there are limited options to get to and from the airport in Larnaca. Most often you will find that a taxi is the superior option, unless you are able to drive yourself or catch a ride.

Paphos is the other international airport in Cyprus and is positioned on the Western Coast of Cyprus. It is significantly smaller than the airport in Larnaca and due to few scheduled routes there is a significant difference between arrivals and departures to and from Paphos airport when comparing holiday season numbers with the off season equivalent. Paphos International Airport primarily services tourists that flies to Cyprus with the aim of holidaying in Limassol, Latchi or in Paphos and its surrounding cities as its mentioned in the Map of Cyprus airports. Just as it is the case with access to and from Larnaca, the options for transportation to and from the smaller airport in Cyprus is limited. Although public transportation are available you will surely be best of by driving yourself or taking a taxi. It offers you the best flexibility and you won’t have to wait for someone else.