by web-administrator (January, 2007)
Where: Landside and Airside
(Contributed by GUY TURNER) "I arrived around 02:00 from London on BA. In the arrivals hall was one closed bank. Outside was one cafeteria / bar - and that is all!
NO BUSES - only eager taxi rivers (lots of them).
The Departure hall is 200 meters away and has a smallshop selling expensive cigarettes and alcohol. The departures board was not helpful - calls were being made for flights already "departed". Half the flights showed destination "Not Available" and when a gate was called, this was not shown on the board for some time!
There is NO BANK - so you cannot change your money - the Cafeteria and shop take GB Pounds and Euros at a very poor rate - but refuse to change what they have in their tills for Cyprus Pounds - looks like they are all on a rampant currency fiddle.
The Duty Free shop was starngely closed for "Annual Stoc continued >>
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by web-administrator (April, 2007)
(Contributed by Peter) "I've passed through this airport several dozen times. A few years ago it went through a bad patch when it was scruffy. Now it is pleasant; food and drink from several outlets are fine. This airport is, I think, unique there is an open-air section in the departure lounge which looks out over the airport and the surrounding hills; you can smoke there, too. When you arrive at the airport car park at the end of your stay, you only have a few metres to walk and you are on a pleasant pebble beach and if the timing is right, watch the sun go down.
Over the years this airport has been repeatedly improved; and now a new terminal building is in process of construction.
I would think it very rare that anyone would need to sleep at the airport." Added May 15, 2007
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