AIRPORTS AND FLIGHTS TO CYPRUS
The Greek part of the island of Cyprus is served by two international airports. These airports are the first stop that tourists make to get to Cyprus. The most important airport is Larnaca, Larnaca International Airport (LCA), which is located in the eastern part of the island, and is well connected to the main destinations in Europe and the Middle East. The other is Paphos International Airport (PFO), located in the western part, where mainly charter flights and flights of low cost airlines land. In the Turkish part of Cyprus, almost in the center of the island, there is the Ercan International Airport (ECN) which has connections almost exclusively with Turkey.
The main Cypriot airline is Cyprus Airways which connects Larnaca airport with the main European airports, including Paris (Paris-Charles de Gaulle), London (London-Heathrow), Munich, Moscow (Moscow-Sheremetyevo) , Frankfurt, etc. The main airlines that connect the island of Venus to Europe, Asia and Africa are Aeroflot, Austrian Airlines, British Airways (London-Gatwick, London-Heathrow), EasyJet, Etihad, Emirates, Lufthansa, Finnair, Ryanair.
FERRIES TO CYPRUS
The island is connected by passenger ferries with Haifa in Israel, Port Said in Egypt and Latakia in Syria. There is also a passenger ferry service between Greece and Cyprus. Ferries to the island depart from Rhodes and Ayios Nicolaos on Crete and arrive in Limassol.
Cyprus is also an important destination for cruise ships.
ROADS AND RAILWAYS
The island road network spans over 13,000 km of roads. In the Greek part of the island there are some modern highways. Driving in the island is on the left.
The island does not have a rail network.
Internal Transport: The bus transport service on the island is guaranteed by a network of intercity buses, which connect the most important cities, and country buses, which connect the small villages with the main cities.