North Cyprus holidays often include flights, especially if you are on holiday in Northern Cyprus. Independent travelers have to find a flight themselves.
North Cyprus can not accept direct flights, so each flight must first be placed in Turkey. Turkish air passengers must change at Ataturk Airport in Istanbul. The on-going flight is therefore an internal flight. It seeks to study the timetable of Turkish airlines' flights to accession times, in particular on outbound travel. In just a few days there is only one hour waiting for a connecting flight, but there may be up to four hours on other days. Turkish airlines fly between Manchester, Birmingham and London Stansted and Gatwick. AnadaluJet, a Turkish airline owned airline, is also flying from London Stansted but is located on another Asian side site at Sabiha Gokgen Airport. Passengers do not leave the aircraft, but after a reasonable wait, the flight is considered an internal flight and could continue North Cyprus.
] Pegasus is flying daily from London Stansted and every week from Manchester in the summer months. These flights will be deactivated at a specific airport in Turkey, wait a bit and then resume Ercan. Passengers passing through Cyprus will not leave the plane.
By 2011, a new airline is planned to replace a failed Turkish Cypriot Turkish airline. The Atlas Jet can still operate
The North Cyprus airport is known as Ercan and Lefkosa and is located in the eastern part of Lefkosa (Nicosia).
With the crossing of the southern border, many visitors now use Larnaca Airport. Monarch flights fly to many British airports, Manchester, Birmingham, Luton and London Gatwick airports in Larnaca.
Usually it hardly reaches the clock to reach the Metehan crossing point for Northern Cyprus. It is best to arrange a taxi from North Cyprus to collect at Larnaca Airport. Easyjet flies to Paphos airport, but the transfer time is at Nicosia's border crossing point for a couple of hours and taxis are great.
Source by Beyazit Dere