The Government of Cyprus has awarded Hermes Airports Ltd (Hermes) a Build-Operate-Transfer (BOT) Concession Agreement to develop, operate and maintain Larnaka and Pafos International Airports for a period of 25 years. The Concession Agreement includes plans to expand the airports through construction of new terminal buildings and other associated infrastructure including aprons and runway extensions. Hermes Airports Ltd. has formally taken over on the 13th of May 2006.
This country overview, allows the visitors of our web-site to view where Larnaka and Pafos International airports are located and to retrieve some general information about Hermes operations. This site provides information on our 2010 environmental and health & safety performance.
> HSE Annual Report 2010
> Sustainability Report: January – June 2011
Pafos International Airport is located on the southwest coast of Cyprus and comprises a single runway (2700 metres (m) in length), taxiway (450m in length) and associated infrastructure and buildings. The airport is used mainly by charter flights, with the majority of flight movements occurring during the day. The airport is located in an agricultural setting, with a military zone to the north/northeast. The military use the same runway and taxiway as the scheduled and non-scheduled passenger flights.