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Postby halil » Wed Mar 03, 2010 12:33 pm

[quote="Tim Drayton"]According to the laws of the Republic of Cyprus, it is illegal to enter the island by any of the ports in the north, including Ercan/Tymbou airport. However, the Republic of Cyprus is now a member of the EU and the EU acquis concerning free movement of people takes priority over national law. This explains why, if you are an EU passport holder, you can arrive at Ercan airport and cross with impunity to the south, despite this technically being illegal. I personally as a permanent resident of the RoC respect and obey all the laws of this country so do not travel from the ports in the north, but this is a personal decision.

There are two different bus services to Larnaca from Nicosia. The long established bus service between the two city centres is operated by the Green Bus Company, and is a daytime only operation with about six journeys per day. It leaves from Markou Drakou Square in Nicosia, which is about 10 minutes walk away from the Ledra Street pedestrian crossing point. This bus will take you to the very centre of Larnaca for about five euro, but the last departure from Nicosa is I think at 1600.

The buses that run until late in the evening are the new airport shuttle buses. These do not depart from Nicosia city centre, but from near the International Conference Centre in Aglantzias Street. They run directly to Laranca airport and do not take you to the centre of Laranca. If you wanted to make your journey in this way, you would have to get a taxi in Nicosia to the departure point and another taxi from Larnaca airport to Larnaca town.

I hope this information helps a little.

By the way, I believe that there is no public transport from Ercan airport.[/quote]

There is a public transport between Ercan-North Nicosia.
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Postby Tim Drayton » Wed Mar 03, 2010 12:56 pm

halil wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:According to the laws of the Republic of Cyprus, it is illegal to enter the island by any of the ports in the north, including Ercan/Tymbou airport. However, the Republic of Cyprus is now a member of the EU and the EU acquis concerning free movement of people takes priority over national law. This explains why, if you are an EU passport holder, you can arrive at Ercan airport and cross with impunity to the south, despite this technically being illegal. I personally as a permanent resident of the RoC respect and obey all the laws of this country so do not travel from the ports in the north, but this is a personal decision.

There are two different bus services to Larnaca from Nicosia. The long established bus service between the two city centres is operated by the Green Bus Company, and is a daytime only operation with about six journeys per day. It leaves from Markou Drakou Square in Nicosia, which is about 10 minutes walk away from the Ledra Street pedestrian crossing point. This bus will take you to the very centre of Larnaca for about five euro, but the last departure from Nicosa is I think at 1600.

The buses that run until late in the evening are the new airport shuttle buses. These do not depart from Nicosia city centre, but from near the International Conference Centre in Aglantzias Street. They run directly to Laranca airport and do not take you to the centre of Laranca. If you wanted to make your journey in this way, you would have to get a taxi in Nicosia to the departure point and another taxi from Larnaca airport to Larnaca town.

I hope this information helps a little.

By the way, I believe that there is no public transport from Ercan airport.[/quote]

There is a public transport between Ercan-North Nicosia.


Thanks for correcting me. I know there was an airport bus and they stopped running it some time in the 1990's. That was a long time ago and I do not know the current situation.
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Postby halil » Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:38 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:
halil wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:According to the laws of the Republic of Cyprus, it is illegal to enter the island by any of the ports in the north, including Ercan/Tymbou airport. However, the Republic of Cyprus is now a member of the EU and the EU acquis concerning free movement of people takes priority over national law. This explains why, if you are an EU passport holder, you can arrive at Ercan airport and cross with impunity to the south, despite this technically being illegal. I personally as a permanent resident of the RoC respect and obey all the laws of this country so do not travel from the ports in the north, but this is a personal decision.

There are two different bus services to Larnaca from Nicosia. The long established bus service between the two city centres is operated by the Green Bus Company, and is a daytime only operation with about six journeys per day. It leaves from Markou Drakou Square in Nicosia, which is about 10 minutes walk away from the Ledra Street pedestrian crossing point. This bus will take you to the very centre of Larnaca for about five euro, but the last departure from Nicosa is I think at 1600.

The buses that run until late in the evening are the new airport shuttle buses. These do not depart from Nicosia city centre, but from near the International Conference Centre in Aglantzias Street. They run directly to Laranca airport and do not take you to the centre of Laranca. If you wanted to make your journey in this way, you would have to get a taxi in Nicosia to the departure point and another taxi from Larnaca airport to Larnaca town.

I hope this information helps a little.

By the way, I believe that there is no public transport from Ercan airport.[/quote]

There is a public transport between Ercan-North Nicosia.


Thanks for correcting me. I know there was an airport bus and they stopped running it some time in the 1990's. That was a long time ago and I do not know the current situation.


http://www.departures-arrivals.com/dest-apt-ecn.htm

Ercan Airport Shuttle Bus Transfers & Fares

Ercan Airport shuttle bus service is cheapest transportation choice between airport and downtown Northern Cyprus.

KIBHAS Coach Shuttle Bus Transfer Timetables and Fares
Ercan Airport Contact: +90 533 870 78 48

Kyrenia Departure Ercan Departure
04:50 09:00
09:00 12:00
11:15 16:30
13:30 19:30
16:30 23:45
18:30 -
Girne Contact: +90 533 870 78 46

Nicosia Departure Ercan Departure
05:15............... 09:00
09:30 ...............12:00
12:00............... 16:30
14:00............... 19:30
17:00................ 23:45
19:00 -
Nicosia Contact: +90 533 870 78 45


Famagusta Departure Ercan Departure
04:30 09:00
09:00 12:00
13:30 16:30
16:30 19:30
18:30 23:45
Famagusta Contact: +90 533 870 78 47

Guzelyurt Departure Ercan Departure
04:30 09:00
08:30 12:00
13:30 16:30
16:30 19:30
18:30 23:45
Guzelyurt Contact: +90 533 870 78 49

Lefke Departure Ercan Departure
04:00 09:00
08:00 12:00
12:30 16:30
16:00 19:30
18:00 23:45
Lefke Contact: +90 533 870 78 49

Ercan Airport Transfer Fares

Girne – Ercan – Girne (Kyrenia-ercan_Kyrenia) 10TL single ticket

Lefkosa – Ercan – Lefkosa(nicosia-Ercan-Nicosia) 7TL single ticket
Magusa – Ercan – Magusa(Famagusta-Ercan-Famagusta) 10TL single ticket
Guzelyurt – Ercan – Guzelyurt(Morpho-Ercan-Morpho) 10TL single ticket
Lefke – Ercan – Lefke (Lefka-Ercan-Lefka) 12TL single ticket


http://www.ercanairportnorthcyprus.com/ ... uttle-bus/


1 Euro = 2.07 TL
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Re: Taxi

Postby wyoming cowboy » Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:46 pm

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SAMSAMSAM wrote:
halil wrote:
SAMSAMSAM wrote:Dear friend,

How much will Taxi cost from Lockmaci to the Larnaca example?


Thank you


I asked to my taxi driver how much he will charge from Ercan to Larnaca .

he charges 50 english pound. This taxi will come from Kyrenia to Ercan and from Ercan to Larnaca , he will go..... From airport taxi's u may get less price .

also i will ask to my GC friends how much will be from South Nicosia to Larnaca but i can answer u at saturday only.



dear friend,

How long do you thing this trip takes from ercan to larnaca?

thank you
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Postby Tim Drayton » Wed Mar 03, 2010 1:52 pm

halil wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:
halil wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:According to the laws of the Republic of Cyprus, it is illegal to enter the island by any of the ports in the north, including Ercan/Tymbou airport. However, the Republic of Cyprus is now a member of the EU and the EU acquis concerning free movement of people takes priority over national law. This explains why, if you are an EU passport holder, you can arrive at Ercan airport and cross with impunity to the south, despite this technically being illegal. I personally as a permanent resident of the RoC respect and obey all the laws of this country so do not travel from the ports in the north, but this is a personal decision.

There are two different bus services to Larnaca from Nicosia. The long established bus service between the two city centres is operated by the Green Bus Company, and is a daytime only operation with about six journeys per day. It leaves from Markou Drakou Square in Nicosia, which is about 10 minutes walk away from the Ledra Street pedestrian crossing point. This bus will take you to the very centre of Larnaca for about five euro, but the last departure from Nicosa is I think at 1600.

The buses that run until late in the evening are the new airport shuttle buses. These do not depart from Nicosia city centre, but from near the International Conference Centre in Aglantzias Street. They run directly to Laranca airport and do not take you to the centre of Laranca. If you wanted to make your journey in this way, you would have to get a taxi in Nicosia to the departure point and another taxi from Larnaca airport to Larnaca town.

I hope this information helps a little.

By the way, I believe that there is no public transport from Ercan airport.[/quote]

There is a public transport between Ercan-North Nicosia.


Thanks for correcting me. I know there was an airport bus and they stopped running it some time in the 1990's. That was a long time ago and I do not know the current situation.


http://www.departures-arrivals.com/dest-apt-ecn.htm

Ercan Airport Shuttle Bus Transfers & Fares

Ercan Airport shuttle bus service is cheapest transportation choice between airport and downtown Northern Cyprus.

KIBHAS Coach Shuttle Bus Transfer Timetables and Fares
Ercan Airport Contact: +90 533 870 78 48

Kyrenia Departure Ercan Departure
04:50 09:00
09:00 12:00
11:15 16:30
13:30 19:30
16:30 23:45
18:30 -
Girne Contact: +90 533 870 78 46

Nicosia Departure Ercan Departure
05:15............... 09:00
09:30 ...............12:00
12:00............... 16:30
14:00............... 19:30
17:00................ 23:45
19:00 -
Nicosia Contact: +90 533 870 78 45


Famagusta Departure Ercan Departure
04:30 09:00
09:00 12:00
13:30 16:30
16:30 19:30
18:30 23:45
Famagusta Contact: +90 533 870 78 47

Guzelyurt Departure Ercan Departure
04:30 09:00
08:30 12:00
13:30 16:30
16:30 19:30
18:30 23:45
Guzelyurt Contact: +90 533 870 78 49

Lefke Departure Ercan Departure
04:00 09:00
08:00 12:00
12:30 16:30
16:00 19:30
18:00 23:45
Lefke Contact: +90 533 870 78 49

Ercan Airport Transfer Fares

Girne – Ercan – Girne (Kyrenia-ercan_Kyrenia) 10TL single ticket

Lefkosa – Ercan – Lefkosa(nicosia-Ercan-Nicosia) 7TL single ticket
Magusa – Ercan – Magusa(Famagusta-Ercan-Famagusta) 10TL single ticket
Guzelyurt – Ercan – Guzelyurt(Morpho-Ercan-Morpho) 10TL single ticket
Lefke – Ercan – Lefke (Lefka-Ercan-Lefka) 12TL single ticket


http://www.ercanairportnorthcyprus.com/ ... uttle-bus/


1 Euro = 2.07 TL


You are a veritable mine of information.
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Postby vaughanwilliams » Wed Mar 03, 2010 2:00 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:According to the laws of the Republic of Cyprus, it is illegal to enter the island by any of the ports in the north, including Ercan/Tymbou airport. However, the Republic of Cyprus is now a member of the EU and the EU acquis concerning free movement of people takes priority over national law. This explains why, if you are an EU passport holder, you can arrive at Ercan airport and cross with impunity to the south, despite this technically being illegal. I personally as a permanent resident of the RoC respect and obey all the laws of this country so do not travel from the ports in the north, but this is a personal decision.

There are two different bus services to Larnaca from Nicosia. The long established bus service between the two city centres is operated by the Green Bus Company, and is a daytime only operation with about six journeys per day. It leaves from Markou Drakou Square in Nicosia, which is about 10 minutes walk away from the Ledra Street pedestrian crossing point. This bus will take you to the very centre of Larnaca for about five euro, but the last departure from Nicosa is I think at 1600.

The buses that run until late in the evening are the new airport shuttle buses. These do not depart from Nicosia city centre, but from near the International Conference Centre in Aglantzias Street. They run directly to Laranca airport and do not take you to the centre of Laranca. If you wanted to make your journey in this way, you would have to get a taxi in Nicosia to the departure point and another taxi from Larnaca airport to Larnaca town.

I hope this information helps a little.

By the way, I believe that there is no public transport from Ercan airport.


Including the naughty speeding (only by a little) parking on yellow lines (not often) driving under the influence (only a couple of beers) :lol:
If you can put your hand on your heart and swear that you have never done any of the above, then you can truly say you "...respect and obey..." ALL the laws of Cyprus.
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Postby Tim Drayton » Wed Mar 03, 2010 2:34 pm

vaughanwilliams wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:According to the laws of the Republic of Cyprus, it is illegal to enter the island by any of the ports in the north, including Ercan/Tymbou airport. However, the Republic of Cyprus is now a member of the EU and the EU acquis concerning free movement of people takes priority over national law. This explains why, if you are an EU passport holder, you can arrive at Ercan airport and cross with impunity to the south, despite this technically being illegal. I personally as a permanent resident of the RoC respect and obey all the laws of this country so do not travel from the ports in the north, but this is a personal decision.

There are two different bus services to Larnaca from Nicosia. The long established bus service between the two city centres is operated by the Green Bus Company, and is a daytime only operation with about six journeys per day. It leaves from Markou Drakou Square in Nicosia, which is about 10 minutes walk away from the Ledra Street pedestrian crossing point. This bus will take you to the very centre of Larnaca for about five euro, but the last departure from Nicosa is I think at 1600.

The buses that run until late in the evening are the new airport shuttle buses. These do not depart from Nicosia city centre, but from near the International Conference Centre in Aglantzias Street. They run directly to Laranca airport and do not take you to the centre of Laranca. If you wanted to make your journey in this way, you would have to get a taxi in Nicosia to the departure point and another taxi from Larnaca airport to Larnaca town.

I hope this information helps a little.

By the way, I believe that there is no public transport from Ercan airport.


Including the naughty speeding (only by a little) parking on yellow lines (not often) driving under the influence (only a couple of beers) :lol:
If you can put your hand on your heart and swear that you have never done any of the above, then you can truly say you "...respect and obey..." ALL the laws of Cyprus.


I do not drive so I can swear that I have not done any of the above.
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Postby vaughanwilliams » Wed Mar 03, 2010 2:42 pm

Tim Drayton wrote:
vaughanwilliams wrote:
Tim Drayton wrote:According to the laws of the Republic of Cyprus, it is illegal to enter the island by any of the ports in the north, including Ercan/Tymbou airport. However, the Republic of Cyprus is now a member of the EU and the EU acquis concerning free movement of people takes priority over national law. This explains why, if you are an EU passport holder, you can arrive at Ercan airport and cross with impunity to the south, despite this technically being illegal. I personally as a permanent resident of the RoC respect and obey all the laws of this country so do not travel from the ports in the north, but this is a personal decision.

There are two different bus services to Larnaca from Nicosia. The long established bus service between the two city centres is operated by the Green Bus Company, and is a daytime only operation with about six journeys per day. It leaves from Markou Drakou Square in Nicosia, which is about 10 minutes walk away from the Ledra Street pedestrian crossing point. This bus will take you to the very centre of Larnaca for about five euro, but the last departure from Nicosa is I think at 1600.

The buses that run until late in the evening are the new airport shuttle buses. These do not depart from Nicosia city centre, but from near the International Conference Centre in Aglantzias Street. They run directly to Laranca airport and do not take you to the centre of Laranca. If you wanted to make your journey in this way, you would have to get a taxi in Nicosia to the departure point and another taxi from Larnaca airport to Larnaca town.

I hope this information helps a little.

By the way, I believe that there is no public transport from Ercan airport.


Including the naughty speeding (only by a little) parking on yellow lines (not often) driving under the influence (only a couple of beers) :lol:
If you can put your hand on your heart and swear that you have never done any of the above, then you can truly say you "...respect and obey..." ALL the laws of Cyprus.


I do not drive so I can swear that I have not done any of the above.


You will be rewarded in Heaven. 8)
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Postby SKI-preo » Wed Mar 03, 2010 3:05 pm

rewarded in heaven ?...With 72 virgins?
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Postby vaughanwilliams » Wed Mar 03, 2010 3:25 pm

SKI-preo wrote:rewarded in heaven ?...With 72 virgins?


Sorry, fresh out of Virgins. We've had to ask the suicide bombers to give it a break for a while. :lol:
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