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Compare and book low-cost Paphos flights well in advance and you can secure some fantastic deals.
Airlines including Ryanair, Jet2, easyJet, British Airways, Monarch, Thomas Cook and Thomson operate cheap flights to Paphos from airports all around the UK.
Dozens of flights take off from London each week at the height of the holiday season. Fly to Paphos from Gatwick with Thomas Cook or easyJet, from Stansted with Ryanair and from Luton with easyJet.
You can also find cheap flights to Paphos from Manchester in 2017, as well as Bristol, Doncaster, Nottingham, Leeds, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Glasgow, Bournemouth, Newcastle, Norwich and Exeter.
For cheap flights to Paphos in 2017, look ahead to the end of summer and autumn; it might be a little late, but there's still time to compare the remaining deals on offer from various airlines.
Start looking now for 2017 flights to Paphos. Generally, the earlier you book, the cheaper the seat.
Found your bargain airfare? Then do your homework on airport transfers too. We can help you there, simply fly over to our how to get around Paphos page for more information.
Taking a flight to Paphos is not your only option, though it is the cheapest, fastest and the most convenient.
If you do have a few days of your holiday time to spare simply for the journey, you could sail on one of the summer ferries from Crete to Cyprus.
Another option is to hop on a train from London to Istanbul, which will take three or four nights, followed by a train or bus down to southern Anatolia and a ferry to Kyrenia in northern Cyprus; this seafaring part of the journey takes two hours, and then you'll need to take a bus to the border with southern Cyprus. Taking the long way round is quite the adventure!
Note that to get from Kyrenia to Paphos you will need to cross the border and Kyrenia is technically viewed as an illegal port of entry, so you may be prevented from entering the Republic of Cyprus, though in practice this is very unlikely.
It might be best to stick with cheap flights to Paphos.