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No matter their nationality, age, or any other considerations, all tourists traveling to Cyprus must fill out a Cyprus Flight Pass so they are allowed to enter the country.

The purpose of this travel document is to ensure the protection of all international passengers from the time they board the aircraft to the time they enter the country.

Through a truthful declaration, passengers must conscientiously state their health status along with their flight details, the purpose of their travel, and contact information in case of an emergency. The Cyprus Flight Pass does not replace a visa in any way, it’s personal and non-transferable.

To get the Cyprus Flight Pass you’ll have to provide information about yourself and your flight. Be advised that if you don’t have an air ticket, you will not be able to fill in the form yet.

Once you fill out your application, we will deliver this document to your email before your trip. This way, you’ll only have to display it to the immigration authorities when you get to the airport.

Required Documents to Apply
  • A current valid passport, with at least 6-month validity.
  • A negative pre-departure covid test in format PNG, GIF, JPG or PDF.
  • A credit/debit card or a PayPal account
Important Instructions
  • The Cyprus Flight Pass is part of the required documents you will need to enter Cyprus, it DOES NOT replace a visa. If your country requires a visa, the immigration officers will ask for your Visa when you enter Cyprus. Keep in mind some nationalities will require a paper visa. If that is your case, we suggest you visit your local embassy.

  • All travelers must filled out the Cyprus Flight Pass

  • You are required to print and carry this Cyprus Flight Pass with you, as you will be required to present it at the point of entry.

  • The Cyprus Flight Pass must be fill within 24 hours before the commencement of your travel from the Country of Origin to the Republic of Cyprus (either direct flight or via intermediate Countries).

  • Passengers coming from Category B countries are required to undergo a laboratory test no earlier than 72 hours prior to departure and to possess a Certificate showing negative PCR examination for the virus.

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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s a new travel form that must be showcased upon arrival in the Republic of Cyprus by all international travelers. This document will help government officials get in touch with you in case you or the people you’re traveling with have been exposed to COVID-19. In the form, you will declare if you’ve had any coronavirus related symptoms. Passengers coming from Category B countries, must undergo a laboratory test no earlier than 72 hours prior to departure and hold a certificate showing a negative PCR test result for the virus. Travelers coming from Category A countries don’t need to show a laboratory COVID-19 test certificate or go into self-isolation.

Countries in Category A:

Austria, Canada, Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Japan, Republic of Korea, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Malta, New Zealand, Norway, Slovakia, Slovenia, Switzerland, Thailand.

Countries in Category B:

Andorra, Australia, Belgium, China, Croatia, Czech Republic, France, Greece, Holy See (Vatican City State), Italy*, Monaco, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Rwanda, San Marino, Spain, Tunisia, United Kingdom, Uruguay.

Yes, it is. Once you get to the airport, the authorities will ask you to showcase yours in order to allow you to enter Cyprus.
More specifically, a passenger is required to submit information about flight details, the purpose of travel, personal and contact details, place of residence in Cyprus, and contact details in case of emergency.
Prices can change depending on the processing time you choose:
  • Standard Processing Time: 24 hours - USD 0.10
  • Rush Processing Time: 4 hours - USD 15.10
  • Super Rush Processing Time: 30 minutes - USD 40.10
Although you can apply anytime before your trip, it’s better for you to request this travel at least 24 hours before your departure date.
You must only fill out this Application Form with your contact and travel details. After you submit it, our team will take care of your request and send the Cyprus Flight Pass to your email.
Completing the application form won’t take you longer than 15 minutes.
Yes, they do. Ιn the case of minors accompanied or unaccompanied passengers under the age of 18, the information will be provided and the form will be completed and signed on behalf of them by the custodian parent(s) or the adoptive parent(s), legal guardian(s), or legal representative(s).
This document is valid for 30 days and you can use it for a single entry, this means every time you travel to Cyprus, you need to apply for a new Flight Pass.
Please don’t hesitate to contact our customer service team if you have more questions, they’re available 24/7 and will immediately solve any of your questions. Talk to them here.
The United Kingdom held Cyprus as a colony until 1960 when the country gained its freedom. Cyprus had a not-so-smooth transition to a unified government. After the country was let go by the UK, it created a constitution where the majority of Greek Cypriots and the minority Turkish Cypriots would share power. However, with backing from the countries where the two ethnic groups came from, the two populations fought for a time in 1974. The result of the conflict was that 40% of the country is now under the control of the Turkish Cypriot minority. This area held by the Turkish population declared itself independent of the country in 1983 but has not been acknowledged by any other country except Turkey itself. The United Nations and all other governments in the world recognize only the Republic of Cyprus as the official government of the whole island. The UN has a peacekeeping army on standby in a narrow buffer zone between the two ethnic Cypriot groups. It is just fortunate that there have been no open hostilities for a long period of time between the two groups. Instead, the two groups are gearing towards a reunification with the European Union increasing its involvement in the peace process. Get your Flight Pass now and enter Cyprus without too much difficulty. Tourism has been a major industry in Cyprus even before it was granted its freedom by the United Kingdom. It has a substantial effect on the development of the country over a long time. In the mid-2000s, the tourism sector contributed more than 10% of the total gross domestic product (GDP), converted to around US$5.445 billion. The total employment for Cypriots the same year totaled at around 113,000 people holding jobs. Cyprus is the 40th most visited country in the world, with more than 4 million total visitors every year. Cyprus is a member of the World Tourism Organization and has been since 1975, with the per capita income of its citizens ranked 6th in the world. Cyprus has a central plain surrounded by mountains in the northern region and in the south, along with scattered large plains in the coastal regions of the south. It has a Mediterranean climate, which means that it is subtropical hot and humid. Summers are hot and winters are cool and wet in the lowlands. The mountains have warm and dry summers with snowy and cold winters, thus allowing them to keep some of their snowcaps even in the summers. The country is split into 6 regions, each one with an administrative capital where the regions get their name from. Since the conflict of 1974, the Kyrenia district, most of the Famagusta region, and the northern portion of the Nicosia district has been under the occupation of Turkish Cypriots. Currently, the Turkish group administers those occupied areas. The official Republic of Cyprus has the following districts to administer: Limassol district, Larnaca district, Famagusta district, Nicosia district, and Paphos district, with Nicosia serving as the divided capital of the country. See the beautiful sites of the divided country using your Flight Pass to enter. Cyprus is a land where nature and culture merge together to form a unique experience for its visitors. There are various cultural, archaeological, and ancient remains of civilizations scattered throughout the island. They are dated from the Neolithic period through to the ancient Roman Empire. The island is also blessed with a beautiful coastline which is worth exploring, and which is still pristine in a lot of areas. Nicosia, the divided capital, has a very rich and detailed past with a wealth of historical and beautiful architectural wonders. There are superb restaurants and bars within the old walls of the ancient city, with Venetian walls surrounding the whole area. The city also has the “green line” which is the boundary between the Turkish and Greek portions of Nicosia, the only divided capital in the world today. Rising above the plains of Cyprus is the awe-inspiring Troodos mountain range. It can rise as high as 1,952 meters at its tallest peaks and offers trails that showcase the beauty and mystery that makes it such a great place to walk in. The area also has some picturesque villages like Phini, Platres, and Kakopetria. The mountain range can also be a good spot to ski in the winter and the skiing facilities are being developed now. The Troodos Mountains is also home to the Pitsilia area, a fine agricultural area, and where the best vineyards in the nation are located. Visitors can experience agro-tourism when they stay in small hotels in the area such as the Pelendri, Agros, Potamitissa, Kyperounda, and others. You can visit the best wineries in the country from there. And then there is the region where the best sweet dessert wine in the world is made. It is known as the Commandaria region, where the Commandari Museum is located. Get a taste of the legendary sweet wine while staying at a kafeneion or an ago hotel to chat with the friendly locals, and use your self-declaration form to the best effect. Nicosia, the divided capital, has another tourist spot for the history buff. The Hamam Omerye, a building built in the 14th century was repaired and refurbished so it can operate again as a hammam, a Turkish public bath, for everyone to enjoy. Visitors can relax and feel their body and spirit being rejuvenated in the baths. The building dates back to when the French ruled the island and is located in the old town section of Nicosia. The building was built out of stone with small domes, typical of Turkish architecture of the time when the former church was converted into a mosque in the year 1571 by Mustapha Pasha. The place is still being used today thanks to its historical relevance and the fact that it is believed to have a revitalizing effect. Don’t miss the beauty and history of Cyprus. Enter now using a Cyprus Flight Pass. Be ready with all of your travel documents so your vacation is not interrupted and stress-free.