The Mediterranean island of Cyprus has a number of attractions for the private jet traveller including clear turquoise seas, a stunning coastline and a number of ancient historical sites. The temperate climate makes it a popular year-round destination, but particularly between June and October.
The major attractions for travellers are based in the southern part of the island, with the capital Lefkosia (Nicosia) in the north.
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Paphos (Pafos) and the surrounding area, in the south west of Cyprus, is a popular area with luxury travellers to Cyprus. The whole town is a designated Unesco World Heritage site, with the Byzantine ruins of Paphos Castle a popular setting for outdoor events.
Paphos International Airport is located 6.5km southeast of the city of Paphos. Its runway can handle private jets of any size and it offers FBO facilities to private jet travellers and crew.
London Luton – Paphos International Airport (3-night return)
Aircraft: Embraer Legacy 450
Flight time: 3 hours 45 mins
Charter price: £29,600
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Larnaca (also known as Larnacka) is a historic harbour city in the south east of Cyprus. The area is popular with divers and for its sandy beaches and it’s the closest airport to the well-known resort area of Ayia Napa.
Larnaca International Airport located 4km south west of Larnaca city centre. The runway can accommodate private jets of all sizes and the airport has FBO facilities for private jet travellers.
Paris Le Bourget – Larnaca (3-night return)
Aircraft: Learjet 75
Flight time: 3 hours 59 mins
Charter price: €29,800
For private jet hire to Larnaca from any global airport, contact our 24-hour Flight Team on +44 20 7100 6960.
The capital of Cyprus, Lefkosia (or Nicosia as it is still widely known), is an important political and business centre for Cyprus and the whole of the Middle East.
Situated in the Turkish-controlled north of the island, it sits close to the border with the Republic in the south.
Ercan International Airport is the major airport serving the capital. Regulations currently restrict landings to flights from Turkey only, so international flights must first connect at a Turkish airport.
For expert advice and pricing on private jet hire to Nicosia, contact our 24-hour Flight Team on +44 20 7100 6960.
Limassol is on the south coast of Cyprus. It is an international business centre, and growing in popularity with tourists. It’s a good base for many of the island’s top historical sites, and for access to the stunning scenery of the Troodos mountains, and the nearby wine region.
Limassol’s Akrotiri Airport is a RAF base and is not made widely available to private jet charter flights.
Paphos International Airport, 59km away (or a 40-minute drive), is the next closest alternative airport.
Manchester Airport – Paphos International Airport (3-night return)
Aircraft: Challenger 300
Flight time: 4 hours 16 mins
Charter price: £44,200
For private jet hire to Paphos from any global airport, contact our 24-hour Flight Team on +44 20 7100 6960.