Paphos Airport Flights

Paphos Airport (PFO) is located 6 km southeast of the city of Paphos, Cyprus. It is the country's second largest International Airport, after Larnaca International Airport. Paphos Airport is commonly used by tourists on holiday in western Cyprus, providing access to popular resorts such as Coral Bay, Latchi, Limassol and Paphos itself. A new modern terminal opened at Paphos in November 2008. A new four-lane road is under construction to link the airport and Paphos town so passengers and staff can avoid using the secondary roads which are often heavily congested.

On January 2012, Ryanair announced they were to open their 50th base in Paphos. In April 2012, they placed 2 aircrafts in Paphos Airport with 15 new routes, offering over 80 flights a week.

The healthy climate and natural beauties of Paphos, as well as its archaeological wealth and the traditional hospitality of its people make the hole area an ideal holiday destination. Since the independence in 1960, tourism development has been accorded a very high degree of priority by the Cyprus Government.

Paphos offers a wide variety of holiday accommodation and caters to all holiday budgets. Accommodation ranges from modern, large and luxurious establishments to small and simple family-run operations. Holiday accommodation includes hotels, hotel apartments, tourist villages, tourist villas, camping sites, traditional houses, tourist apartments, furnished apartments, guesthouses and hotels without star. The main Airlines which fly from and to Paphos Airport are:
Monarch Airlines, EasyJet, Thompson Airways ,British Airways, Thomas Cook Airlines Jet, Transavia Holland , Air Berlin, Finnair , Rossiya, Rayair, Transaero and  many more.
Photo: New Paphos Airport