The island of Cyprus can be accessed via three airports: Lárnaka (LCA) and Paphos (PFO) in the Greek part of the country, Ercan (ECN) in the part occupied by Turkey (open only for flights from Turkey). The airport of the capital city Lefkosía (NIC) is closed since 1974 and can only be used by UN forces. The most important hub is LCA with around five million passengers per year.
It is a rather small airport and only eight kilometers afar from the city of Lárnaka, forty kilometers from Lefkosía. Therefore, it is cheap to get a taxi, but you can also travel by different buses stopping in front of the terminal. Car rental offices can be found at the arrival floor. You’ll get your car on the opposite side of the road, one floor up. Returning the car before flight was absolutely fast and hassle-free: there is a gas station directly at the airport. Arriving from Lárnaka, fueling, and returning the car needed in total just thirty minutes.
Διεθνής Αερολιμένας Λάρνακας
Lárnaka International Airport