Cyprus has two airports:

  • The Larnaca International Airport, which is located approximately 5km (3 miles) from Larnaca and approximately 50km (31 miles) from Nicosia.
  • The Paphos International Airport, which is located approximately 15km (9 miles) from Paphos  and approximately 142km (88 miles) from Nicosia .

Most European and international airlines fly to at least one of the two airports.  The largest and most commonly used airport is the Larnaca International Airport.  For more information, maps and flight schedules please visit theCyprus Airports Official Website.

Please note that currently there is a third airport operating on the island: Ercan Airport is not recognized by the Republic of Cyprus authorities. Thus travelers entering the Republic of Cyprus via this airport are in breach of national law. This has the following consequences: 

  • Nationals of non-European countries will not be allowed to cross to the south of the island if they arrive at the Ercan Airport. They will have to fly back out of the island and re-enter through either Larnaca or Paphos in order to attend the conference. 
  • For every conference participant, including EU citizens, if any difficulties arise either upon your arrival at Ercan Airport or during your travel from the airport to the south of the island, which is where the conference will be taking place, the Local Organizing Committee will not be able to offer any assistance. 

For these reasons, you are urged to fly to one of Larnaca or Paphos International Airports. 


Development of a national strategy for adaptation to climate change adverse impacts in Cyprus

Area of implementation

Area of implementation: Cyprus, Duration: 31 months (1 September 2011- 31 March 2014

The CYPADAPT main aim is to strengthen and increase Cyprus adaptive capacity to climate change impacts through the development of a National Adaptation Strategy.

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