Larnaka airport provides assistance to Disabled Persons and Persons with Reduced Mobility for arrival, departure and transit.
If you know that you will need assistance at the airport, please inform your airline or travel agent at the time of your flight ticket booking or at least 48 hours prior your departure to accommodate your requirements as best as possible and to make your journey as comfortable as possible.
At Larnaka airport, we are striving to continuously improve services provided to our customers including those with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility. An airport for everyone.
ACI AWARDS 2016 – Recognition for Larnaka airport
Larnaka airport is proud to have received in June 2016 an important Distinction at the “AIRPORT COUNCIL INTERNATIONAL AWARDS 2016”, whereby Larnaka airport was highly commended in the Category “Most Accessible Airport In Europe” for the Facilities & Services it offers to Disabled Persons & Persons with Reduced mobility (PRM), “the positive travelling experience it gives to disabled persons & persons with reduced mobility” as well as “for its great efforts to comply with Accessibility Standards”.
ACI AWARDS 2017 – Larnaka airport awarded as “Most Accessible Airport in Europe”
ACI Europe awarded Larnaka International Airport with the first prize, among 500 other European airports from 45 states, in the category of "Most Accessible Airport for disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility”. The jury of ACI Europe, evaluated that the airport stands out for its remarkable accessible friendly initiatives, such as the use of the "Eagle lift" facilities for the embarkation and disembarkation of people with disabilities and mobility difficulties, the level of accessibility with regard to check-in machines and E-gates, as well as for other interesting additional features such as sockets for electric wheelchairs, free parking for 120 minutes, cooperation with senior travel groups and improved accessibility features on the airport website.
A description of all services and facilities provided to our passengers with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility can be seen by clicking on the below links:
Individuals with autism often face sensory and anxiety-related challenges in highly stimulating environments such as airports, so we are truly committed to making the passage of individuals with autism and their families as “fast, smooth and stress-free” as possible when traveling through Larnaka airport.
Feedback regarding service provision for Disabled Persons and PRM:
Transportation for people with Special Access Needs from Cyprus Districts (Cyprus Tourism Organization)
Accessible beaches for people with Special Access Needs
The Cyprus Tourism Organization has listed 48 beaches for people with special access needs, including 27 fully accessible and 21 partially accessible beaches.