A brief about Larnaca International Airport
Larnaca International Airport
Larnaca International Airport is the largest in Cyprus and serves the entire island and the main entry point for international tourism. It has a modern terminal, in addition to domestic flights, iy also serve the main points of Europe, Middle East Asia, and Egypt. Larnaca International Airport is simply called Airport Cyprus. In addition, Cyprus itself is a major tourist destination. The airport annually processes more than five million passengers and designed to serve much more than this. In 2009, the entire airport was renovated, with a new terminal and better access roads. The track has been expanded and a new control tower.
Larnaca International Airport, IATA code: LCA, operating since February 1975.
Car and bus
Larnaca Airport is about five kilometers south of the city of Larnaca and on the southern coast of Cyprus where you can find the most important tourist beaches. The capital Nicosia is 40 miles north. A city bus runs every hour to the center of Larnaca. This bus only operates Monday to Friday. For others, there is also an intercity bus is going to Nicosia. Public, express buses, minibuses and taxis connect the airport to Larnaca and Nicosia and different cities.
No trains operating in Cyprus.
Larnaca airport has banks, currency exchange house, post office, automatic teller machines (ATM), public telephones and Internet access,Wi-Fi and business center in the arrivals hall and other amenities are also there. It has a restaurant and bar in the field of shipping and cafe in the public area.
It also has shops, tax free items (free shop), press and snuff and souvenir items.
Lost and found office in the arrivals hall.
It has general information and tourist counter. A seprate counter for travel, guided tours, pharmacy and medical first aid .With proper documentation animals are allowed on the premises. In the departures terminal there is a business center with fax and photocopying facilities and computers with internet access.