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Flights to Ercan from Birmingham

Conveniently located just a short drive from bustling state capital North Nicosia, Ercan Airport is the international gateway to the alluring Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus. Remaining relatively off-the-beaten-track, this blissfully unspoilt region is blessed with crumbling ancient ruins, imposing Byzantine castles and near-deserted sandy beaches where endangered loggerhead turtles can be spotted nesting. But Ercan is also within easy driving distance of the island's cosmopolitan southern resort towns, like Ayia Napa, with its turquoise waters and legendary nightlife.

Major carriers like Turkish Airlines, KLM and Pegasus Airlines operate regular flights to Ercan from Birmingham. No direct services are available, but some require a single short stopover in Istanbul, keeping the total journey time down to around six hours and 30 minutes.

Finding Cheap Flights from Birmingham to Ercan

Ercan flights are in particularly high demand during the peak summer season of June to August, when days are long, sunny and gloriously warm. It's still possible to find cheap flights at this time of year, but early booking is recommended. You might also find good flight deals by holding out for last minute bargains, although it helps if you can be flexible with your travel dates. You'll stand a better chance of arranging a cheap holiday in Northern Cyprus if you visit outside of summer. The weather in late spring and early autumn is generally sensational, and fewer out-of-towners should make it easier to find discounted car hire and accommodation. Whenever you're planning to travel, use dealchecker to compare all your options at a glance.

Ercan Highlights

Ercan Airport is less than an hour minutes by car from the beguiling coastal community of Kyrenia. The focal point of this compact city is a shimmering harbour, invariably packed with gently bobbing sail boats and sleek yachts, and lined with bustling bars, cosy cafes, and family-run restaurants serving mouthwatering meze and succulent souvlaki. Overlooking the harbour stands Kyrenia Castle, a beautifully preserved example of Byzantine-style architecture dating back to the 15th century. Once you've explored its elegant courtyards and dark dungeons, be sure to stop by the Shipwreck Museum, where you can marvel at a true wonder of marine archaeology, a Greek merchant ship from the 4th century BC.

About Birmingham Airport

Every day of the year, thousands of excited holidaymakers pass through Birmingham Airport on their way to Northern Cyprus and countless other alluring destinations. This major international transport hub, one of the UK's busiest airports outside London, is handily located around six miles from Birmingham city centre, easily accessible by car, bus or train. Whether you're travelling in 2017 or beyond, you can look forward to making use of state-of-the-art amenities, from treat-filled duty free shops to cosy cafes to sleek champagne bars. Or to really kick your trip off in style, book yourself a spot in one of the luxurious executive lounges.