How to fly to Paphos, Cyprus from the UK

Holiday makers from the UK will find a plethora of airlines offering direct flights from a wide range of national and regional airports across the country, making it easier than ever to book your perfect trip to Paphos.

London Gatwick

Gatwick is one of the most popular airports for travellers flying to Paphos. British Airways, EasyJet, Monarch, Thomas Cook, and Thomson serve this route.

Gatwick is accessible via junction 9 off the M23 and via the A23. There is long/short-stay, premium and valet car parking available at Gatwick Airport, and approved off-site parking is also accessible. Gatwick has a train station that runs services to Victoria, St Pancras, the South East, and the Home Counties. The airport bus station has direct services to more than 400 destinations.

London Stansted

Ryanair, Thomson, and Thomas Cook fly from Stansted to Paphos.

Stansted can be reached using junctions 8 and 8a off the M11. Meet & Greet, valet, short, mid, and long-stay parking facilities are within easy reach of the terminal building. The Stansted Express gets to Liverpool Street in 47 minutes and other trains offer services to the Midlands and Cambridgeshire. The airport's bus station is served by National Express, Terravision, Megabus, and also has local buses to Southend, Colchester, and Harlow.

London Luton

Thomson and EasyJet fly to Paphos in 4 hours 20 minutes.

The airport can be reached via the M1 or the M25 after turning into the A505. Short, medium, long-stay, and priority parking facilities are close to the terminal building. The closest train station is Luton Parkway (connected to the airport by bus), from where trains go on to St Pancras, the South East, and the Midlands. Buses depart from the bays outside arrivals and go to central London, Birmingham, Nottingham, Northampton, Leicester, Cambridge, and Oxford. Local buses go to Luton town, St Albans, Milton Keynes, and Watford.


EasyJet, Monarch, Jet2, Ryanair, Thomas Cook, and Thomson fly to Paphos in under 5 hours.

The airport is accessible via the M56 and the A538. Low cost off-site parking is available, as well as several short and long stay car parking facilities near the airport's three terminals. Local buses go to the city centre around the clock, and National Express buses go to every large city in the UK. The airport's train station has frequent services to Manchester Piccadilly. Alternatively you can book a pre-booked airport transfer direct to Manchester Airport.


Jet2 has seasonal flights to Paphos from this airport.

Leeds/Bradford Airport can be accessed via the M1, A1, and M62. On-airport parking is either within walking distance of the terminal (short term and express parking) or linked via a free shuttle (long stay car parks). Airport transfers are also readily available to and from Leeds. Local buses go to nearby cities including Leeds, Bradford, and Harrogate from 5.30am to 11pm. Train connections are available at Leeds train station.


Monarch, Thomas Cook, and Thomson go from Birmingham to Paphos.

The airport is on the M42 (Junction 6). Alternative access is available via the A45. Car parking facilities are conveniently located off the access road and opposite the terminal. The coach station has buses to Birmingham, Coventry, Solihull, and many other UK cities. Trains go from Birmingham airport to more than 100 UK destinations via the Air Rail Link. Taxi services are available both to and from Birmingham Airport.

East Midlands

Thomson Airways and Jet2 fly to Paphos from this airport.

East Midlands airport is located between Birmingham, Nottingham and Stoke-on-Trent and can be reached using the A50, A453, M1, and A42 roads. Off-site parking is provided by Jet Parks, and long/short stay car parks are within walking distance of the terminal. Local buses run round the clock and the nearest train station is in Derby.


Jet2, Thomas Cook, and Thomson fly frequently between Newcastle and Paphos.

The airport is easily accessible from the M1 and has 4 long-stay parking facilities in addition to medium/short stay, and express airport parking. The Metro light rail goes to Newcastle in 25 minutes and city buses travel between the airport, Newcastle, and other local destinations.


This route is served by Thomson Airways.

Exeter airport is only 5 minutes away from the M5. The airport's four car parking facilities can be pre-booked online. Buses 56A and 56B go every hour to the city centre, where onward train and coach connections are available. These buses also provide services to Exmouth.


EasyJet, Thomas Cook, and Thomson serve this route.

Bristol airport can be reached via the M4 and the M5. Silver (low-cost), short/long-stay, and premier parking are available on-site. The Airport Flyer Express operates 24/7 and goes to the city centre and to Temple Meads for onward bus and train connections. There are also direct coaches to Devon, Cornwall, Wales, and Wiltshire.


Thomson serves the Doncaster-Paphos route.

Travellers can reach the airport using the M62, M18, M180, and A1 roads. Premium, short, and long-stay parking facilities are within walking distance of the terminal. Doncaster train station is connected to the airport via the Air Link bus, which also goes to the city centre every 30 minutes. Taxi and minicab services are also available to and from Doncaster airport.


Thomas Cook, Thomson, and Jet2 fly to Paphos.

The airport can be reached via the M8 and has short/long stay, and fast-track parking facilities. Local buses go to Glasgow's Buchanan station, Fort William, and Skye. The closest train station is Paisley Gilmour, from where bus 757 provides frequent services to the airport.


Thomson Airways flies to Paphos from Bournemouth airport.

The airport is well connected by road to London, the West of England, and the South East, being just over 1.5 hours from the M25. Train services to other UK cities are available from Bournemouth Central, which is linked to the airport via the hourly Yellow Bus (route A1). The first bus leaves the airport at 7am and the last service departs at 8pm. VIP, Meet & Greet, and short/long-stay parking is available and can be booked online.


Thomas Cook and Thomson serve the Cardiff-Paphos route.

The airport is off the A4050/A4226 roads, which have links to the M4. There's free parking for stays of up to 20 minutes and long or short-stay car parking can be pre-booked. There are direct bus links to Cardiff via the Airport Express, as well as local bus services to other towns in the Vale of Glamorgan. Train services are available at Rhoose station, which is linked to the airport by a shuttle bus.