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Travelers making this trip need to have a passport that remains valid for at least 180 days beyond their date of entry into the country. It is also necessary to have two blank pages in your passport for entry stamps. When traveling as a tourist, there is no need to obtain a visa to travel to this country if you do not plan on staying for more than 90 days.
If you’re traveling to Cyprus from the southeast, you’ll find a selection of flights departing from Tampa International Airport (TPA) in Hillsborough County, Florida, and Miami International Airport (MIA) in Miami-Dade County, Florida. Most airlines on this route offer one or more stop flights to LCA.
The only specific laws regarding what type of child seat needs to get used by parents when traveling with children are that all children six years old and younger need to travel in an appropriate child restraint system for their child's age, height, and weight. Children can travel in the front of the vehicle so long as the proper child restraint gets used and the airbag in front of them gets deactivated.
Getting to downtown Larnaca from LCA is relatively easy, thanks to the different public transportation options available. Affordable options include Kapnos Airport Shuttle, Limassol Airport Express, and Cyprus Public Transport. You can also opt for a private taxi. Different rental companies at the airport include Astra, Petsas, Avis, Europcar, Hertz, SIXT, and Budget.
Because this is an event that has presentations all over the island, practically any airport utilized in Cyprus will work well. For example, travelers can make their way from Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) to Ercan Nicosia Airport (ECN) on one-stop flights aboard Turkish Airways.
The best airport to use if you plan to visit the House of Dionysus is Paphos International Airport (PFO). The ancient Roman villa is approximately 10 miles from PFO, and it will take you around 15 to 25 minutes to drive to the location from the airport. If you’re traveling to Paphos from the U.S., you can take a connecting flight from a European hub like Amsterdam, London, Paris, or Frankfurt. Multiple airlines offer one-stop flights from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK) to PFO.
Most travelers that want to make their way to this city will fly to the Ercan Nicosia Airport (ECN), and from this airport, they will find buses provided by North Cyprus Company that can take them to this coastal city in about 1 h. When departing from John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), you will find one-stop flights to this airport aboard Turkish Airlines.
Since there are no direct flights to Cyprus from the U.S., no airlines offer non-stop Business Class flights. You can opt for connecting Business Class flights to Cyprus from the U.S. from providers like British Airways, Royal Jordanian Airlines, Virgin Atlantic, Aegean Airlines, JetBlue, Qatar Airways, and more.
This three-day event takes place at Val's Place inside the Kronos Forrest, quite near Larnaca, and because of that, most travelers will try to make their way to the airport from the United States. If you are traveling from a large airport in the southeastern United States, such as Atlanta Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport (ATL), you can make your way to the Larnaca Airport on one-stop flights provided by British Airways.
Major hubs with connecting flights to Cyprus from the U.S. include Frankfurt Airport (FRA) in Germany, London Heathrow Airport (LHR) in the UK, Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport (CDG) in France, Amsterdam Schiphol Airport (AMS) in the Netherlands, Istanbul Airport (IST) in Turkey, Doha Hamad International Airport (DOH) in Qatar, Dubai International Airport (DXB) in the UAE. You’ll find direct flights to Cyprus from major airline providers.
One of the quickest ways the passengers can travel here is to fly to the Paphos Airport (PFO), and then it is quite easy to take a bus provided Pafos Bus the rest of the way in about 1h 30 min. If your departure point in the United States is New York, one of the quickest trips to the Paphos Airport is on a one-stop flight from John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Ercan International Airport (ECN) is the closest airport to Famagusta Gate, approximately 12.4 miles from the attraction. However, LCA, which is approximately 31 miles from the historic landmark, is the best nearest option since it serves international flights.
An average nonstop flight from the United States to Cyprus takes 19h 35m, covering a distance of 6175 miles. The most popular route is New York - Larnaca with an average flight time of 14h 10m.
The cheapest ticket to Cyprus from the United States found in the last 72 hours was $493. The most popular route is New York John F Kennedy Intl to Larnaca and the cheapest round-trip airline ticket found on this route in the last 72 hours was $509.
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My business class seat was broken and inoperable. Thus unless the cushions were removed and the flight attendant ,and man in near seat and me helped push seat to move it was very awkward and heavy it was stuck in one position . After two previous flights that day I was tired. I had to sit with legs over side of seat or Indian style. Besides my back still hurting awfully now four days after returning home , arriving after ten plus hours on just that leg so the trip was exhausting. Also. it was a huge safety issue as no way could seat be put in correct position. So the flight was my worst ever! The wires were loose and one could see had been worked on before as screws were stripped😳 and no compensation offered just this wisp of a flight attendant to resolve and no apologies. What would you think?😳
Nothing really special. But it was a quick 2.5 hour fli
Would not accommodate my request to bring my my jacket I left on the plane.
Their business class seat lays down full flat so for a long haul flight it is quite nice. There was a good selection of movies and tv shows too I believe. The food was not particularly impressive but it is after all, still airplane food. What could have been better was more privacy for each seat. Other versions of the airbus A350 have this but Lufthansa’s does not. Maybe the aircraft was old because the drawer where the amenity kit and water bottle were stored did not close and stowage of the tray table required some maneuvering. My remote for my tv screen stopped working halfway through the flight and my headphones, halfway through my second movie, also stopped working properly. For a Lufthansa product, this business class was not up to par in my opinion. I used to think very highly of Lufthansa standards but it appears something has gone down.
We connected to this flight very late, in fact at departure time. We were last to board. The crew was very empathetic and welcoming. The plane was impeccable. We flew economy, so it was a bit cramped. We were served a snack that was more than expected these days. All in all a good experience.
I’ve never in my life been on an international flight that didn’t serve at least a free drink, but there should have been a drink and a snack on an international flight. Also this flight had a 2 hour delay, so we didn’t know we would be going so long without any liquids for our baby and young children. The cabin crew was also very rude.
My bag was delayed 18hrs going to Budapest and 71 hrs coming back to Chicago, I had a special meal request and they served my meal to some other passenger
I need a walker to be able to walk. That is not a wheelchair. Some of your staff considered it as a piece of luggage and wanted to put it in the Cargo hold. Oter staff considered it to be as a walking aid and held that I could take it into the cabin. A little more schooling of your staff would certainly be appreciated by your clientele.
While it was a fully booked flight, the first class flight attendant provided those seated in first class with a beverage during boarding and quickly started service as we climbed to altitude.
The flight was 3 hours late taking off. The lounge experience in Heathrow was terrible. No charging plugs, no table busting, and very overcrowded.
A good, solid, no frills experience. Departed and arrived on time, staff were pleasant and attentive. Loved the Bluetooth connectivity on the SJC to IAH leg. Being able to watch movies and listen to them with my noise cancelling headphones was lovely. Missed that on the IAH to LHR leg (so I put the wired buds on and my over ear Quiet Comforts over those).