Larnaca, Cyprus: €94 Nonstop from Warsaw in Late 2020 (Checked Bags Add €50)

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Star Alliance member LOT Polish Airlines offers discounted Economy fares from multiple Polish airports to Larnaca, Cyprus. The cheapest flights are nonstop overnight flights from Warsaw, starting at €94 (~PLN 431) for a roundtrip. Adding bags increases the price to PLN 628 (~€137) on LOT‘s website.


As you might have heard, LOT is currently not flying at all due to the coronavirus situation. We don’t believe that this will continue until November/December but there’s no way to know how this will all play out. LOT does offer free rebooking, as you can read more about here:

This fare is also available for flights from Krakow, Gdansk, Katowice, Wroclaw, Poznan, and Rzeszow, costing roughly €155 (~PLN 711).

Not the best flight times, but a great price for flights to Cyprus.

Domestic flights will be serviced by either Embrearjets or DHC Dash-8 turboprop aircraft. As of now, LOT plans on sending a 737-800 to Larnaca. These planes feature a 3-3 seating pattern in their economy cabin.

Search & Book

Fare rules state that your trip has to include at least one Saturday or Sunday and may not exceed a year. Google Flights shows good availability from November 2020 through December 2020. Possible travel dates exclude Wednesdays and Sundays, as LOT doesn’t serve Larnaca on these days.

Since Google Flights displays these fares accurately, you can gather information concerning ideal travel dates there (instructions) and use this information to find the cheapest fare. We recommend our Travel-Dealz flight search if you’re planning to travel without luggage and to add bags at the lowest price possible.


All tickets are issued in booking class O, which should roughly get you:

Mileage calculation is currently unavailable.
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