Cyprus’ strategic location has been a major factor in shaping its history throughout centuries and has established it as an attractive hub for inter-regional maritime traffic.
A natural transhipment centre for Europe-Far East trade, and conveniently located along the routes to the Levant, North Adriatic and Black Sea, Cyprus is easily accessed with minimum diversion from the main arterial routes.
Following the country’s accession to the European Union in 2004, Cyprus was transformed into a key EU outpost in the Eastern Mediterranean.
The country’s sophisticated infrastructure has already made a significant contribution to economic development and is the driving force behind its emergence as a regional hub for cost-effective cargo transport and processing
flying time there is a population of almost 200 million people
Larnaca Airport has over 500 flights per week to 88 cities in more than 38 countries
The 38 countries with direct flights to Larnaca have a total population of 850 million people
flying time there are over 2 billion people
Cyprus offers one of the most attractive tax regimes in Europe. A member of the European Union since 2004, Cyprus’ regulatory regime is in full compliance with the requirements of the EU and OECD.