For the past forty years, the airport in Nicosia has been deep in her Sleeping Beauty sleep. Shortly after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in June 1974, the airport came under UN control to prohibit the landing of more Turkish troops. Since then, the UN has been maintaining status quo in the buffer zone between the two sections of the island. The airport facilities themselves may not be entered without special permission. Thus, in a manner of speaking, the Nicosia International Airport with its „No Longer“ is the older brother of the „Not Yet“ used airport in Spanish Castellón. (>> #32). The only difference is that real estate speculation and investment crises have taken the role of military invasion and civil war.