There are 3 airports flying to the Mediterranean Island of Cyprus.
You can fly to North Cyprus through the International Airport Ercan (ECN), which is located near Nicosia and is approximately 40km from Kyrenia/Girne. You will normally stopover in Turkey and then carry on to Ercan. This takes approximately 40 minutes and there is no need to leave the plane.
 
Ercan International Airport- Nicosia
www.flyercan.com
www.ercanairport.co.uk
Phone: +90 392 600 50 00
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There are two more International airports located in the South of the Island.
 
One is located in Larnaca which is approximately 85km from Kyrenia/Girne.


Hermes International Airport-Larnaca
www.hermesairports.com/en/larnakahome
Phone: +357 777 78 833
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The other is in Paphos which is approximately 165km from Kyrenia/Girne.
Paphos International Airport
www.hermesairports.com
Phone: +357 777 78 833
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Airline companies for Cyprus
Many airline companies offer flights to Cyprus both to the North, Ercan (ECN) and to the South, Larnaca (LCA) and Paphos (PFO).

 
To North Cyprus:


Turkish Airlines
official website
 
Pegasus Airlines
website for booking and details:
 
Atlasglobal
Global link
 
Onur Air
www.onurair.com
 
To South Cyprus:
 
Easy Jet
www.easyjet.com
 
British Airways
www.britishairways.com
 
Aegean air
http://en.aegeanair.com
 
Ryan Air
www.ryanair.com
 
Monarch
www.monarch.co.uk
 
Cyprus Airlines
www.cyprusairlines.com
 
Thomas Cook Airlines
www.thomascookairlines.com
 
Emirates
www.emirates.com
 
Momondo
www.momondo.com
 


Public transport in North Cyprus is available in the form of mini buses known as a Dolmuş.  Prices are inexpensive at approximately 2.50tl - 5tl for a local trip. The services are limited and do not go up and through villages and to tourist places, so you are better advised to hire a car to go to many of the main attractions of Cyprus.  The bus routes are privately leased from the North Cyprus government.  You will be able to spot the Dolmuş (bus) as they are commonly white mini buses with the destination written in the window.  If you find a bus stop you can wait here, if not and you see one coming you can just flag it down they will stop for you.  Buses are infrequent and do not run to a striked timetable.  As a guide line they run about every 20mins to 30mins between towns and villages.  More busy parts run every 10mins to 15mins and further afield around every hour.  Winter services slow down around 7pm and summer time at 8pm or end after this time.