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Only EU Passport holders can use a Cyprus Flight Pass to enter Cyprus. Please contact us if you have another Passport form. An anti-fraud system will verify your documents and data against any records of identity theft before you apply for a Cyprus Pass. As a part of this process, an anti-fraud PCR Card is necessary to be attached.

All tourists who plan to travel to Cyprus must have valid travel or air insurance. This policy covers them for their journey from and to Cyprus. It is highly unlikely that any holidaymakers will be allowed into the country without insurance, as entry requirements are one of the most strenuous for tourists visiting Cyprus. Anyone arriving in Cyprus must have proof of citizenship and a passport, unless they apply for a visa. The credit card company most likely to offer credit cards that feature international travel insurance.

The busiest airports in the country are at Nicosia (Paphos) and Chios (Korli). Both airports offer twin-engine twinjet aircraft service daily, departing and returning at different times each day. Travellers may wish to consider arriving early to avoid the crowds at both airports. Travellers coming from the United Kingdom may wish to call their travel agent and book a return flight to Nicosia or a direct Cyprus flight to Kefalonia, which are located in the south of the island. Alternatively, those travelling from Europe may consider travelling from another country via another airport to reach Cyprus, as both airports offer easy access by road.

Due to increased traffic, it can be difficult to travel between the airports during peak travel times. At Paphos, there is a walkway across to the international terminal, but travellers should not walk too far as a section of the pavement has been converted into a pedestrianised area. From there, it is just a short walk to a taxi stand waiting for passengers. A ferry crossing is available to transport passengers to Nicosia, the capital of the island. You can board a ferry from the mainland. However, passengers from the rest of Europe need to make an additional reservation at one the many e-buses and ferries that are available near the port.

Travellers must take a different route from Paphos to reach the capital. Flights from Nicosia depart from the former Larnaca airport. To drive to Nicosia by public transport, travellers will need to rent a car or a cab. Most hotels offer car parking facilities at the airport, however, those coming from the United Kingdom or other countries need to arrange their own transportation. Taxis in Cyprus are subject to fees so it is a good idea to inquire about these and any other fees before you travel. Another alternative is to use a Cyprus Airways Flight Pass, which entitles holders to access flights operated by this airline on a specific date and for a set price. Passengers can then choose to continue to Larnaca or make a booking for a Cyprus hotel directly.

Travellers who wish to travel between Larnaca or Nicosia must ensure that they have all necessary contact information, including their passport details and visa information. Passengers must show proof of identification at the airport. This includes a valid driver's license or passport. Passengers travelling from the United Kingdom may be required to also present valid identity documents such as a National Insurance card, a birth certificate, or a mortgage contract. It is important to remember that the customs and immigration officials may ask to view these documents, and may refuse to allow check in if they do not contain appropriate contact details. If you are unable or unwilling to provide contact details, you may be denied entry into the country.