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Old January 12th, 2008, 01:58 PM   #1
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✈ | CY | Cyprus Airways and Aviation Developments

I decided to open this thread because both cypriot airports have new terminals under construction that will replace the old ones and because lately traffic in both airports is increasing rapidly.
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Passenger numbers set new record in 2007

OVER SEVEN million passengers passed through Larnaca and Paphos International Airports in 2007, a 3.94 per cent increase on 2006, and a new record for passenger traffic at Cyprus airports.

Figures for last year break the previous record set in 2005 of 6,781,643 passengers. Over 5.2 million passengers travelled through Larnaca airport in 2007, a 7.16 per cent increase on 2006.

In December alone, the two airports handled over 325,000 passengers, a 10.9 per cent increase on December 2006, as passengers flew in and out of Cyprus for the holiday season.

Bob Manning, Chief Executive Officer of Hermes Airports Ltd, commented: “We are delighted at this record passenger figure for 2007, which further demonstrates the attractiveness of Cyprus as a business and leisure destination. The key growth markets were Greece, Russia, Scandinavia, Austria, Romania, the Czech Republic and Bulgaria. During 2007, significant positive developments took place for Cyprus airports, including new airlines, new services and major improvements to facilities at both airports.”

He added that last year, new flights from the UK and Ireland were launched by low cost carriers flymonarch, Flyglobespan and XL.com.

New flights and increased frequencies between Vienna and Larnaca were introduced by both SkyEurope and Austrian Airlines.

Low cost carrier Jazeera Airways launched new flights to Kuwait, and GB Airways introduced a significantly increased schedule of flights between London Gatwick and Paphos.

“This year will be a very exciting one for Cyprus as we open the new airport terminal in Paphos in November and welcome more new airlines, new routes and additional frequencies to our route networks at both Larnaca and Paphos.”

On March 15, Lufthansa will add three new weekly flights between Munich and Larnaca. Effective from March 30, CSA Czech Airlines will increase their frequency on flights between Prague and Larnaca; Royal Jordanian Airlines will launch a fourth weekly flight between Amman and Larnaca, and Gulf Air will add a fourth and fifth weekly flight between Bahrain and Larnaca.

From March 30, easyJet, with the purchase of GB Airways, will launch flights between London Gatwick and Paphos, and Manchester-Paphos, currently operated by GB Airways.

UK low cost airline, Flyglobespan will launch new weekly flights between Edinburgh and Paphos on April 1, while Jet2.com will launch twice-weekly flights between Leeds-Bradford and Paphos on May 4.

The first few days of 2008 have already seen announcements by British Airways of new daily flights between London Gatwick and Paphos – their second destination in Cyprus, commencing on July 1, and new flights with low fares airline flyMonarch between London Gatwick and Larnaca, commencing on March 19.

These are in addition to new flyMonarch services between Manchester and Larnaca, commencing on May 18 and increased flights between London Luton and Larnaca for summer 2008.

In less than a year, the new Paphos International Airport will open its doors to the public and “will mark the beginning of a new era for Cyprus and especially for the Paphos district. With the operation of the new terminal, Hermes Airports is aiming to provide a higher level of service to travellers to and from Cyprus and to the growth of the Cyprus economy, particularly the tourism industry.”

The new Larnaca International Airport will open a year later, in November 2009.
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pics of the new terminal in larnaca,pics were posted first by members of hellenic agora








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The last time I flew to/from LCA was May 2007 and the terminal didnt seem any diffrent from the early 90s when I used it.

Good to see a new terminal being built in Larnaca.

Hope you dont mind me adding some pictures of the existing Larnaca airport?













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thanks glasgowman!!
the new terminals are needed ASAP!!
unfortunately no pics of how the interior of the new terminals will look like have been released.
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Airlines and destinations for larnaca airport(according to wikipedia)

* Aegean Airlines (Athens, Thessaloniki)
* Aeroflot (Moscow-Sheremetyevo)
* Aerosvit Airlines (Kiev-Boryspil, Odessa)
* Air Finland (Helsinki)
* Air Moldova (Chisinau)
* Air Slovakia (Bratislava, Kuwait)
* Arkia Israel Airlines (Tel Aviv)
* Austrian Airlines (Vienna)
* bmi (Leeds/Bradford [seasonal charter])
* Belavia (Minsk)
* British Airways (London-Heathrow)
* Bulgaria Air (Sofia)
* Condor Airlines (Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich)
* Cyprus Airways (Amman, Amsterdam, Athens, Bahrain, Beirut, Birmingham, Brussels, Bucharest-Otopeni, Cairo, Damascus, Dubai, Frankfurt, Heraklion, Jeddah, Kiev-Boryspil, London-Heathrow, London-Stansted, Manama, Manchester, Milan-Malpensa, Moscow-Sheremetyevo, Paphos, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, Rhodes, Riyadh, Rome-Fiumicino, Sofia, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki, Vienna, Zürich)
* Czech Airlines (Prague)
* EgyptAir (Cairo)
* Emirates (Dubai, Malta)
* Eurocypria Airlines (Belfast-International, Berlin-Schönefeld, Birmingham, Dresden, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Heraklion, Humberside, Leipzig/Halle, Lisbon, London-Gatwick, Lyon, Manchester, Munich, Newcastle, Norwich, Nuremberg, St. Petersburg, Tel Aviv (seasonal), Warsaw)
* Finnair (Helsinki)
* Gulf Air (Bahrain)
* Hamburg International (Berlin-Tegel, Hamburg, Leipzig/Halle)
* Jat Airways (Belgrade, Dubai, Tel-Aviv)
* Jazeera Airways (Dubai, Kuwait)
* LOT Polish Airlines (Warsaw)
* Lufthansa (Frankfurt, Munich)
* LTU International (Düsseldorf)
* Malév Hungarian Airlines (Budapest)
* Middle East Airlines (Beirut)
* Monarch Airlines (London-Luton, Manchester [begins 18 May, 2008])
* Olympic Airlines (Athens, Thessaloniki)
* Rossiya (St. Petersburg)
* Royal Jordanian (Amman)
* Smart Wings (Prague) [seasonal]
* SkyEurope (Vienna)
* Sun D'Or (Tel Aviv)
* Syrian Arab Airlines (Damascus)
* Travel Service (Prague, Budapest)
* TAROM (Bucharest-Otopeni)
* Thomas Cook Airlines (Birmingham, Bristol, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Durham-Tees Valley, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Exeter, Glasgow-International, Humberside, Leeds/Bradford, London-Luton, London-Gatwick, London-Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle)
* Thomsonfly (Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow-International, London-Luton, London-Gatwick, London-Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle)
* TUIfly (Hanover, Stuttgart)
* XL Airways (Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, London-Gatwick, London-Luton, Manchester, Newcastle)
* Xl Airways France (Strasbourg)
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Airlines and destinations for paphos airport(according to wikipedia)

* British Airways (London-Gatwick) [begins 1 July]
o operated by GB Airways (London-Gatwick, Manchester) [end 29 March]
* Bulgaria Air (Sofia)
* Cyprus Airways (Amsterdam, Athens, Birmingham, Frankfurt, Larnaca, London-Heathrow, Manchester)
* easyJet (London-Gatwick, Manchester) [begin 30 March]
* Egyptair (Cairo)
* Eurocypria Airlines (Berlin-Schönefeld, Dresden, Hanover, Leipzig/Halle, Munich, Newcastle, Paris-Charles de Gaulle, St. Petersburg,[1] Stuttgart, Tel Aviv)
* Finnair (Helsinki)
* First Choice Airways (Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, East Midlands, Exeter, Glasgow-International, London-Gatwick, Manchester)
* Flyglobespan (Aberdeen, Edinburgh [begins 1 April], Glasgow-International, Durham Tees Valley)
* Jet2.com (Leeds-Bradford [begins 4 May])
* Jetairfly (Brussels)
* LTU International (Düsseldorf)
* MyTravel (Birmingham, London-Gatwick, Manchester)
* Thomas Cook Airlines (Birmingham, Bristol, Bournemouth, East Midlands, Glasgow-International, London-Luton, London-Gatwick, London-Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle)
* Thomsonfly (Belfast-International, Birmingham, Bristol, Bournemouth, Cardiff, Doncaster-Sheffield, Durham Tees Valley, East Midlands, Exeter, Glasgow-International, Leeds/Bradford, London-Luton, London-Gatwick, London-Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham)
* Transaero (Moscow-Domodedovo)[1]
* XL Airways (Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, East Midlands, Humberside, London-Gatwick, London-Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle)
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Airlines and destinations for larnaca airport(according to wikipedia)
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* Eurocypria Airlines (Belfast-International, Berlin-Schönefeld, Birmingham, Dresden, Dublin, Düsseldorf, Heraklion, Humberside, Leipzig/Halle, Lisbon, London-Gatwick, Lyon, Manchester, Munich, Newcastle, Norwich, Nuremberg, St. Petersburg, Tel Aviv (seasonal), Warsaw)
Eurocypria also fly Larnaca to Glasgow International.

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* Thomsonfly (Birmingham, Bristol, Glasgow-International, London-Luton, London-Gatwick, London-Stansted, Manchester, Newcastle)
Was TOM I flew with in May for GLA-LCA-GLA.

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* XL Airways (Birmingham, Bristol, East Midlands, London-Gatwick, London-Luton, Manchester, Newcastle)
Like with Eurocypria, XL fly GLA-LCA yet they have left Glasgow International of the list, I bet if Glasgow was in England it wouldnt get forgoten .

BTW, is it just me that prefers lists of airlines and destinstions in order of destinstion rather than airline?

ie
Glasgow International: Cyprus Airways, Thomson Fly
London Gatwick: Cyprus Airways, Thomson Fly, Thomas Cook
Manchester: Thomson fly
etc, etc etc

When looking for flights I, like most, will look for the destinstion and not the airline first.
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i have to agree with you,i prefer the destinations in order and not the airlines!!
As for the flights to Glasqow,well....i guess the wikipedia article needs an update!!!
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On the basis of the results of the Passengers Survey, 67.999 residents of Cyprus returned from a trip abroad in November 2007 compared to 57.626 in the corresponding month last year recording an increase of 18,0%. In November 2007 there was an increase of 9,8% on the trips of residents to Greece (from 24.337 in November 2006 to 26.724 in November 2007) and 12,5% increase to the United Kingdom (from 11.486 in November 2006 to 12.917 in November 2007).
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Any idea why the UK low cost airlines (Easyjet, FlyGlobespan and Jet2) are chosing to fly to Paphos but not Larnaca?
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the majority of british pensioners that moved to the island are living in paphos district.
also,if i am not mistaken ,paphos airport has cheaper taxes

also,cyprus is already far away from the usual maps of low cost airlines as it takes 4 and a half hours from london to get to larnaca.
low cost airlines usually fly up to 3 and a half hours.
by choosing paphos it saves them 15-20min of flying time and fuel in an already far away destination
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LATEST FIGURES: TOURISM ARRIVALS, DEC 2007

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On the basis of the results of the Passengers Survey, arrivals of tourists reached 73.742 in December 2007 compared to 71.022 in December 2006, recording an increase of 3,8%. An increase of 4,3% was recorded in tourist arrivals from Greece (from 10.772 in December 2006 to 11.237 in December 2007) as well as 2,8% increase from Germany (from 5.816 to 5.981) and 10,6% increase from Russia (from 2.805 to 3.103 this year). On the other hand, a decrease of 1,7% was recorded in tourist arrivals from the United Kingdom (31.862 in December 2007 compared to 32.412 in December 2006).

For the period January – December 2007 arrivals of tourists totalled 2.416.081 compared to 2.400.924 in the corresponding period of 2006, recording an increase of 0,6 %.
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Cypriot Airports-Larnaka & Pafos

There used to be a thread about these two cypriot airports but it has disappeared.
I am reopening it as there are several developments in this area happening or will happen within the next few months.
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Lufthansa: New route from Cyprus to Munich


From March 15th, Lufthansa is offering the new route from Larnaka to Munich three times weekly and will take off at Larnaka International Airport on Thursdays, Saturdays and Sundays. As part of the festivities for the new route, the passengers who travelled to Munich during the first week of the service have been served by staff members in traditional Bavarian 'dirndl' outfits.

Kathrin Pfeiler, General Manager for Cyprus, commented: "When we introduced the flight to Munich only for four weeks in August last year, we did not expect such an overwhelming success. The flight has been very well accepted by the Cypriot market and we expect the same high demand on this route throughout the whole summer season 2008".

Alfred van der Meer, CEO for Hermes Airports Ltd said: "We are very happy to welcome to our Airport the new route from Larnaka to Munich. We strongly believe that the new service of Lufthansa will also be very welcomed by travellers".

The route will be operated by an Airbus A 320. Prices for a return ticket in economy class from Larnaka to Munich start from 238 Euro round trip including taxes and ticket service charge. This price is bound to certain conditions and based on availability.
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Government delegation headed by Mr. Nicos Nicolaides, Minister of Communications and Works, visited on Thursday 20th March both the existing terminal and the construction site of the new terminal of Larnaka. The delegation toured the existing terminal and was updated for the results of the upgrading works at the Airport which have been almost completed. Immediately after, the delegation toured the construction site of the new terminal and was updated on the works and the agreed schedule, by Hermes Airports Ltd and the representatives of the construction company Bouygues Batiment International.

During his statements, the Minister of Communications and Works expressed his complete satisfaction with the progress of the construction works. Mr. Nicolaides commented: "The new airport of Larnaka has an essential and strategic meaning and significance not only for Larnaka but for Cyprus as a whole. It will also upgrade the air transportation in Cyprus and will assist the economy and the tourist industry. We believe that all of us should, and we will endorse the promotion of this very significant project for Cyprus".
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Guys, no need for a new thread as the old one is here.

http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showthread.php?t=568652

Add it yo your favorates encase it drops fast page 3 again.
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a relatively old pic i found in the net from the construction of the new airport in larnaca

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Cyprus: Larnaka & Pafos 2 new int. airports

Pafos International Airport

The inauguration of the new Pafos International Airport is a fact!

The opening ceremony of the new Pafos International Airport took place in a festive atmosphere on Saturday, November 8, 2008. The Airport was inaugurated by His Excellency the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr. Demetris Christofias in the presence of a number of officials, diplomats and other important personalities from Cyprus and abroad.
The guests were welcomed to the tunes from the Cyprus Police Philharmonic Band playing triumphal music. In continuation, His Eminence the Bishop of Pafos Georgios conducted the Blessings. The ceremony included salutations by the President of the Republic of Cyprus, Mr. Demetris Christofias, the Vice President of the European Commission and Commissioner for Transport Mr. Antonio Tajani, the Minister of Communications and Works, Mr. Nicos Nicolaides, the President of the Board of Directors of Hermes Airports Mr. Nicolas Shacolas and the Mayor of Pafos, Mr. Savvas Vergas. In addition, the Pafos Municipality children's choir and young Mariam Venizelou created a very pleasant atmosphere with their songs. During the ceremony, a presentation of the technical specifications of the new Pafos International Airport was projected with the use of impressive audiovisual material. It is worth saying that the construction of this significant project was completed not only within the limits of the estimated budget but also within the specified deadlines, without a single day of delay.
The opening ceremony ended with a guided tour around the new terminal and a cocktail party. The new airport, a jewel for Cyprus, especially for the Pafos District, will start operating on Monday, November 17, 2008, marking the beginning of a new era for Cyprus' airports.
It is expected that the comfortable and functional areas of the airport, with 28 check-in counters, 3 luggage delivery belts and 800 parking places will be able to host 2, 7 million passengers every year.
Very good planning coupled with the coordinated efforts of Hermes Airports and its partners, the Ministry of Works and Communications, the Ministry of Finance and all other government services involved, the new Pafos International Airport, the cost of which amounts to 126 million Euros, will be on par with other European airports.
Undoubtedly, the new Pafos International Airport is a project that all Cypriots can feel proud of. A new era for the Airports of our country has just begun!

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