Travelling to Cyprus
In Cyprus, there are two International airports, located at Larnaca and Paphos. Most travellers reach
Cyprus through the Larnaca International Airport which is the largest of the two. Nevertheless,
for the ISD 2008 Conference it would be more convenient to fly to the Paphos airport, if the preferred
itinerary offers this option, as it is the one closest to the conference venue.
The Conference venue's distance from each airport is:
16Km from the Paphos International Airport (PFO)
and 150km from the Larnaca International Airport (LCA)
Larnaca International Airport (LCA)
The LCA airport is the main one of the island, and it is served by many major flight
companies, such as Aeroflot Russian Airlines, Alitalia, Austrian Airlines,
British Airways, Cyprus Airways, Czech Airlines,
Eastern Ukranian Airlines, Egyptair, El Al Israel Airlines, Emirates, Finnair, Gulf Air,
Hapag Lloyd, KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines, Kuwait Airways, LOT-Polish Airlines,
Libyan Arab Airlines, Lufthansa, MALEV, Olympic Airways, SAS and TAROM.
In particular, it offers convenient connections to Amsterdam, Athens, Brussels, Dubai, Frankfurt,
London, Milan, Moscow, Rome, Vienna, Zurich and more. Furthermore it also connects directly to many
Middle Eastern destinations.
Paphos International Airport (PFO)
The PFO airport is the closest one to the conference venue. It is also served by many major
flight companies such as Austrian Airlines, British Airways, Cyprus Airways, El Al Israel Airlines,
Finnair, Hapag Lloyd, KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines and more.
In addition to the direct flights to and from the PFO airport, a number of times per week
the flights from the LCA airport make a stop-over at the PFO airport.
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