Paphos International Airport (PFO)
Situated approximately 16 km / 10 miles to the east of Paphos city itself and close to both Mandria and Kouklia, Paphos International Airport (PFO) has become an prominent gateway into this part of Cyprus. Paphos Airport is well placed for those looking to reach the holiday resorts and villages of Emba, Khlorakas, Kolossi, Kouklia, Mandria and Yeroskipou, while both Episkopi Bay and Limassol are also nearby and to the south-east.
The airport features just one passenger terminal and handles a regular throughput of almost two million passengers on a yearly basis, heading to destinations within Europe, the Middle East and the United Kingdom. Airlines such as Cyprus Airways, First Choice, Thomas Cook, Thomsonfly and XL Airways use a total of 16 different check-in counters and five gateways.
The B6 Highway connects the airport with the city of Paphos and by car, the ride lasts around 15 minutes. Buses operate fixed routes between Paphos Airport and the city centre, from where passengers can transfer to Troodos and Limassol via coastal road links. Taxis also depart for a number of local destinations from a rank situated in front of the terminal.
About Paphos Tourism
With architecture and history dating back thousands of years, the coastal town of Paphos houses many significant relics of this island country. Located in the south-western region of Cyprus, Paphos is a historic destination and the town is now on UNESCO's prestigious World Cultural Heritage List. Cheap holidays in Paphos are available if you shop around, with prices being all the more affordable if you are able to stay during the low season, between October and March, while August remains the most expensive and busiest time of the year to plan a vacation.
The landscape surrounding the town is grandiose and the coastline is beautiful, and many sightseeing opportunities are close to Paphos Airport (PFO). Next to the harbour, the Castle of Paphos is a particularly famous ancient landmark. Other notable historical sites are located here in abundance, such as the Tombs of the Kings, Mosaics of Paphos and Aphrodite's Rock (Petra tou Romiou), the legendary birthplace of Aphrodite, the Greek goddess of love.
Paphos International Airport (PFO):|
|Address: Paphos 8320, Cyprus|
|Airport Code: PFO
Tel: +357 2680 1800
Fax: +357 2680 0531