Airport Guide to Paphos International (PFO)

Airport Name

Paphos International Airport

Airport Location

6.5km (4 miles) southeast of Paphos






+357 24 816400

Airport Overview

Terminal Transfer | Getting into Town | Car Parking | Information Desks | Airport Facilities

For decades, the beautiful island of Cyprus has been a favourite destination for holiday-makers and businesspeople alike, attracted there by the easy pace of life, and the gorgeous Mediterranean climate. Cyprus’ second-largest airport, Paphos International is an ideal gateway to the island – offering a stress-free and relaxed airport experience, and easy connections to the popular resort areas of Coral Bay and Limassol.

Flights to Paphos International Airport from major European cities such as Amsterdam, London, Manchester, Edinburgh and Moscow are short and inexpensive – meaning there’s no good excuse for you not to pack your bags and go in search of sun.

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Terminal Transfer

Not applicable, as Paphos International Airport has only one terminal building.

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Getting into Town

Getting to and from Paphos International Airport, located just 6.5km (4 miles) from the city, is convenient and inexpensive, with a range of transport options available to travellers.

Bus: Paphos City Buses offer regular connections between the airport and the downtown area. Tickets are €3 for adults and €2 for children under 12.

Shuttle: Airport shuttles (for guests only) are offered by the following Cypriot hotels – Cynthiana Beach Hotel, Hotel Columbia, Pissouri Cyprus, Intercontinental Aphrodite Hills Hotel.

Taxis: Taxis are readily available outside the terminal building. The trip into Paphos city should cost between €25 and €35, and take about 20 minutes.

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Car Parking

There is short- and long-term parking available for 150 cars at Paphos International Airport. The parking garage is located on the approach road toward the terminal building. Parking is free for the first 20 minutes; thereafter, expect to pay €1.50 (21-30 minutes), €2 (31 – 60 minutes), €3.50 (60-90 minutes), €4 (90-120 minutes), €4.50 (two to three hours), €6 (three to four hours), €6.50 (four to six hours), €8 (six to 12 hours), €10 (12-24 hours), €7 (per day, after the first 24 hours, up to five days), €5 (per day, after the fifth day). Note that there is a lost ticket charge of €50, and a vehicle release fee of €85.

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Information Desks

There is a tourist information desk, operated by multilingual, friendly staff, located in the main terminal building.

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Airport Facilities

Money and communications: ATMs, currency exchange and a Bank of Cyprus.

Luggage: Lost property enquiries should be made to the airport police station.

Conference and business: No facilities available.

Other facilities: Baby-care rooms; restaurants, cafeterias and bars; a duty-free shop and a gift shop; a tourist help desk; car rental; a first-aid room (with X-Ray facilities); and full access and facilities for disabled passengers.

Wi-Fi: Wi-Fi is not available in public areas of the airport.

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