There is a number of car parking options at both airports which can meet customer expectations. There is a Short Stay, Long Stay (Covered) and Long Stay (Uncovered) parking at both airports. Parking positions for Disabled Persons and People with Reduced Mobility are also available at all parking areas.
More information on the Car Park Οptions for Larnaka airport please click here.
More information on the Car Park Οptions for Pafos airport please click here.
Yes, the Lost & Found station is located in the Baggage Reclaim area of the airport. In case of lost luggage or items on board, you are advised to contact the station before you exit the Baggage Reclaim area.
There is a wide range of services and facilities at Larnaka and Pafos airport. Besides the facilities and services, there is also a wide range of shops and restaurants. Discover what you can do while you are at the airport here:
More information for Larnaka airport services click here.
More information for Pafos airport services click here.
Document requirements may vary based on the airline you are travelling with and the destination. In case you are not certain what documents are required, you are advised to check with your airline before your arrival at the airport.
Yes, there is a certain limit to the quantity you can take with you in your hold luggage and in your hand luggage. Liquids quantity for hold luggage may vary based on the airline you are travelling with or the destination you are travelling to. You can find more information regarding liquids allowance for hand luggage here.
Regulations and procedures for the transportation of pets - in the passenger cabin, in the aircraft hold - vary amongst airlines and destinations. For further information it is recommended that you check with your airline. You'll find important information on the applicable rules and guidelines as well as useful tips to ensure your pet's comfort and well-being during the flight here.
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.
If you own more than one wheelchair, it may be better not to take your “primary” wheelchair, which may be a more expensive piece of equipment.
It is also a good idea for your wheelchair to look clean when you fly since a clean wheelchair is likely to be treated with more respect by airport personnel during transfers.
For all types of wheelchairs, you may also attach to your wheelchair a note asking handlers to “be careful when handling the wheelchair”. If the native language of the country of destination is not English, you could provide translated instructions, since this will personalize your wheelchair and encourage wheelchair handlers to be more careful.
For owners of battery-operated wheelchairs, before you fly be sure you know the type of batteries that your wheelchair uses. Wet-cell batteries need to be disconnected to protect the terminals against electrical shorting because they are considered spillable. On the other hand, dry-cell and gel-cell batteries are considered non-spillable, have fewer requirements for handling and don’t need to be disconnected.
During Check-In or before boarding the aircraft, you may perform a last check on your wheelchair. At this point, with an aim of protecting vital removable wheelchair parts from damage or loss, and while taking into consideration the respective airline’s restrictions on the weight and size of carryon luggage, it is a good idea to take off from the wheelchair and take into the aircraft cabin with you all removable parts such as footrests, armrests, headrest, seat cushion and the electronic control.