According to the announcement, the new agreement offers travelers a wider choice of seamless travel solutions. Passengers traveling on Air France’s extensive international network are now able to connect to and from Cyprus at Paris-Charles de Gaulle airport.
Flight options between Larnaca and Paris are also enhanced through several daily connections via Athens, in addition to the five weekly non-stop flights operated by Cyprus Airways.
Customers can now take advantage of the domestic flights operated within Greece by Cyprus Airways, offering easy connections via Athens, between Paris, Rhodes and Heraklion.
Cyprus Airways will also offer flights operated by Air France between Athens and Paris.
To better serve passengers on both airlines’ codeshare flights, Cyprus Airways has conveniently moved from Terminal 1 to Terminal 2 at Charles de Gaulle airport. Terminal 2 is also used by Air France for its own flight operations.
Moreover, passengers on both Air France and Cyprus Airways flights can collect points for their frequent flyer programs, Flying Blue and Sunmiles, with each airline on all code-share flights.