Greek carrier Aegean Airlines has added two new destinations to its summer 2015 schedule.
The Greek airline, drawing advantage from the liberalization of traffic rights to Israel, today announced the launch of a flight between Larnaca, Cyprus and Tel Aviv. The flights will be daily, seven each week, and will offer many travel options to passengers.
Aegean is also resuming the Larnaca-Kiev route. Flights to Kiev were initially launched in 2013, but then discontinued in 2014 due to problems in Ukraine. The flights will operate three times a week.
According to Aegean’s managing director, Dimitris Gerogiannis, the new flights will support business growth and increase tourist arrivals to Cyprus.
Flights to both destinations from Larnaca will be operated by Airbus A320 aircraft.