Lets look for passenger traffic numberrs of Cyprus major airports.
Total Passenger Traffic May 2022 (Larnaka & Pafos)
Approximately 885 thousand passengers travelled to and from Larnaka and Pafos airports (+634K passengers more than 2021). May traffic was at 78.3% of the respective month in 2019, which was a record year in terms of passenger traffic for Larnaka and Pafos Airports.
Total Passenger Traffic January – May 2022 (Larnaka & Pafos)
During the first five months of the year, a total of 2.5 million passengers (approx.) travelled to and from Larnaka and Pafos airports (+2 million passengers more than 2021). The January to May traffic is around 73% of the respective period in 2019.
Based on the current airline capacity the flights from Larnaka and Pafos airports in June will increase from 645 in May to an average of 704 flights per week.
Larnaka Airport – May 2022
Overall capacity (seats) was at 692 thousand, an increase of 364K seats compared to 2021. The average aircraft load factor was 80.5% (83.3% arriving and 77.7% departing).
The total passenger traffic at Larnaka Airport was approx. 558 thousand (290K arriving and 268K departing passengers). The best performing markets were: United Kingdom (141k), Greece (104k), Germany (47k), Israel (30k), Sweden (29k), Austria (28k), Poland (24k), Denmark (19k), Romania (13k), Hungary (12k).
Pafos Airport – May 2022
Overall capacity (seats) was at 379 thousand, an increase of 316K seats compared to 2021. The average aircraft load factor was 85.5% (87.9% arriving and 83.2% departing).
The total passenger traffic at Pafos Airport was approx. 325 thousand (167K arriving and 157K departing). The best performing markets were: United Kingdom (160k), Poland (24k), Greece (23k), Israel (20k), Italy (16k), Germany (10k), Hungary (9k), Netherlands (9k), France (8k), Jordan (7k).