Paphos International Airport (PFO)
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Paphos, Cyprus (CY) Large airport
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Paphos International Airport Destinations List
This list shows the 24 locations you can fly to from Paphos International Airport
|Destination||IATA||Airlines Flying Route|
|London Gatwick||LGW||British Airways, Transavia France, Thomsonfly, easyJet, Air Bourbon|
|Eleftherios Venizelos International||ATH||Ryanair|
|Brussels South Charleroi||CRL||Ryanair|
|John Paul II International Kraków-Balice||KRK||Ryanair|
|Thessaloniki Macedonia International||SKG||Ryanair|
|London Stansted||STN||Ryanair, Transavia France|
|Amsterdam Schiphol||AMS||Transavia Holland|
|East Midlands||EMA||Jet2.com, Transavia France, Thomsonfly|
|Newcastle||NCL||Jet2.com, Transavia France|
|Domodedovo International||DME||S7 Airlines, Transaero Airlines|
|Birmingham International||BHX||Transavia France, Air Bourbon|
|Bristol||BRS||Transavia France, easyJet|
|London Luton||LTN||Transavia France, easyJet|
|Krasnodar Pashkovsky International||KRR||Ural Airlines|
|Vnukovo International||VKO||Transaero Airlines|
Paphos International Airport Destinations Map
Paphos International Airport Reviews (5)
I haven’t experienced the problems some of your other correspondents seem to have had at Paphos airport. I’ve been there a couple of dozen times now and I’ve always found it a convenient gateway through which to enter Cyprus. The staff are friendly and helpful and the systems seem to be efficient. Mind you I don’t eat there so I can’t comment on the quality of the food. It makes much better sense to eat in Paphos before you go to the airport but, there you go, everyone is different.
I have been to the Paphos airport many times this year; each time was Sunday or Wednesday. It is a simple and basic airport so none can really get lost in it, but we spent three hours at the check in place until the after flights went through because they don’t have many counters and its a common check in for at least three flights at a time. Once we got to the check – in desk the ground hostess was not only rude to us (because she was tired), the belt for the cases kept braking down and it took us another half hour to get all the cases through. Eventually, we got to the gate and none would give us any information about the delay of our flight, not even the screens were saying the right time. They wouldn’t give us any vouchers to get something from the cafeteria and not only that, the food was a days old anyway. How can you have sandwiches sitting there for over five hours?? Thats just the departures. At the arrivals our case came through exactly two hours after the arrival of the flight. I believe they have too many flights arriving and departing at the same time that it discomforts us the passengers. We have already had a five hour flight we don’t want to wait anymore just get to the hotels and get on with our holidays. Also the girls at the baggage claim department weren’t very kind neither. What sort of airport is this anyway?
I just can’t agree with the other comments!!!! On the contrary… I recall 3 shops in total, one tiny kiosk on the pre-check-in side, a well over-priced duty-free shop, and a small book/paper shop. The two food/drink out-lets are horrendously expensive and to be honest, the food is absolute garbage. Check-in during peak times (Wednesday and Saturday) is a nightmare, where passengers are queueing for flights not yet posted as most check-ins are dealing with other flights up to 2 hours before following ones. The average time for baggage collection is an hour as charter planes all seem to arrive at once. Baggage collection hall, departure lounge and gates are all crowded, unventilated and minimally air conditioned. In all, the experience of passing through Paphos airport rivals that of going through Sheremetyevo 2 (Moscow) and should be avoided if at all possible.
Basic Is The New Brilliant
I have been to the Paphos airport around 8 times and found each time pleasant. It’s so simple and you can find your way around the airport easily. Staff are friendly and it doesn’t take ages for the bags to be put on turny thingy lol. Check-in quick and easy and loads of shops to choose from in departure lounge.
Terry Curran August 31, 2014 at 4:41 pm
Having recently passed through Paphos Airport travelling from Luton with Easyjet, I can say that all the comments are totally out of date. I found the airport to be clean and efficient, all the food available was freshly prepared reasonably priced and readily available. Although there were a large number of flights departing in a short space of time, there were no queues or very short queues, passing through the security check took less than 10 minutes; passport control was quick and efficient.