Flights to Cyprus
Whether you fly to Paphos Airport or Larnaca Airport, just remember to click and reserve our airport taxi transfer when you place your booking online.
Flying to Paphos has never been easier, thanks to the brand new terminal at Paphos International Airport. Gone are the long queues and cramped desks, replaced with space and a relaxed atmosphere that makes flying to Paphos such a pleasant experience! Paphos Airport is just 15 minutes drive from Paphos town, so it's the perfect choice for quick transfer times to your holiday villa in the Paphos area.
You can also fly into Larnaca Airport, which is across the other side of south Cyprus. Larnaca is a bigger airport than Paphos, also has a shiny new terminal, and is at the end of the coastal motorway. Driving to Larnaca along this quiet motorway should only take around 90 minutes from Paphos town.
Flights to Paphos, Cyprus
Here at Paphos Villas, we believe you should always be able to choose whatever flight suits you best. So, you choose and book your flight - and we do the rest!
When you book your perfect rental villa from Paphos Villas, you can also book a private taxi transfer from either Paphos or Larnaca airports, or a hire car, so you can drive yourself to your villa in comfort. (Don't worry, we provide you with proper maps to find your way to your villa.) Just tell us your flight details, and we'll be there to meet you, with either a taxi or your car keys!
Flights to Paphos and Larnaca from UK airports
You can fly to Paphos and Larnaca direct from UK airports on either scheduled, budget or charter airlines. (Not every airline offers a flight every day.) The average flight time from a London airport is around 4 hours non-stop.
UK to Cyprus Flights from:
Main UK airports: Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Birmingham International, Manchester
Smaller regional airports: Bristol, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Doncaster Sheffield, East Midlands, Exeter, Leeds/Bradford, Newcastle
Airlines that Fly to Cyprus from the UK
TIP: Most Paphos holiday companies have their changeover days on Wednesday and Saturdays, so Paphos Airport is busier on these days. If you can fly on other days, you'll find better seat availability and less traffic on the roads.
How to Book Your Flights to Paphos, Cyprus
We always recommend you book your flights before you book your holiday villas with Paphos Villas, but that doesn't mean you can't find your favourites first! As you explore our villa selection using our smart Search function, create your own "Villa Shortlist" so you don't lose track of that perfect villa/pool/location/view combination! Our system automatically stores your Shortlist for you, (so long as you use the same computer when you come back to our website.) With your Villa Shortlist saved, you can book your flights with confidence.
Booking Cyprus Flights Online
One of the best ways to see what flights to Paphos are available is to use a price comparison website. Pop in your holiday dates, and which airport you'd like to fly from, and the site will show you a range of airlines all offering flights to Paphos, including scheduled services and charter airlines. Always cross-check the prices quoted against the airline's own website - you can sometimes get better deals direct.
Cheap flight comparison websites include:
(and no, we are not affiliated with any of these, nor recommend them, we just list them!)
And if you prefer to talk to a real person, try:
You may also find useful holiday links on our links page.
Budget Flights to Cyprus
The budget airlines don't show up in price comparison websites, however, so go direct to their websites to check their fares. Remember to add all those extras that budget airlines love to charge for, such as hold luggage, seat reservations and meals.
Once you've booked your flights, come back to Paphos Villas and book your favourite villa straight away.
Book your villas, and with a single click, add your private taxi transfer or car hire for collection at Paphos airport. Tell us your flight details, so our driver or hire car rep can meet you when you arrive at Paphos airport.
How To Save Money on Your Flight to Cyprus
Here are four top tips from Paphos Villas for saving money on your flights to Cyprus:
1. Sign up for the airlines' email mailing lists
You'll be sent details of special ticket offers and sales direct to your Inbox, so you can make the most of any savings on offer before everyone else. The same applies to scheduled airlines frequent flyer clubs, which are usually free to join.
2. Use your loyalty points
There are lots of ways to save money on flights using your existing store loyalty cards and credit cards. Storecards give you ways to turn points into vouchers or Airmiles. You can also shop online at e-shops that give Airmiles or BA miles, for example, and if you get an airline credit card, you can build miles on that too, while you spend!
3. Book unfashionably late
Budget airlines (and some not so budget ones) change the prices of their air fares according to the time of day you look at the website, so check out the fares at 'unfashionable' booking times, such as after 11pm midweek! Some charter companies offer good deals very close to the day of departure, but this is a risky strategy, as you might not be able to get a flight on the exact day you want to fly.
4. Be a voucher vulture
Voucher code sites are becoming increasingly popular with the clever traveller. Sign up for their regular emails, or download their apps to your phone, and they'll send you discount codes for everything from flights to airport hotels, airport car parking to breakfast at the airport before you fly!
Flights, ATOL Protection and Travel Insurance
If you book flights direct from the airline, you are not covered under the ATOL protection scheme. There are two ways around this; either buy your airline tickets with your credit card, and check how long purchase protection this offers you (usually 60 days), or buy travel insurance that covers failure of ANY part of your holiday. And with the volcano in Iceland rumbling away as we write this, it might be worth checking out what your airline's policy is on delays or cancellations, and what your current travel insurance covers too.