Cyprus Airways on Thursday announced that it will increase flight frequency on its Athens-Larnaca route for 2018-2019 winter in its efforts to meet market needs.
The airline will begin operating the Athens-Larnaca route with daily flights from the current four weekly flights.
“We are excited to announce additional flights from Athens to Larnaca. Daily flights will offer our customers more flexibility in their travel arrangements,” Cyprus Airways Chief Commercial Officer Natalia Popova said.
Cyprus Airways operates flights to Europe, Russia and Middle East. All Cyprus Airways flights operate on modern Airbus A319 aircraft with a capacity of 144 Economy Class seats.
The airline offers two categories of fares, Basic and Flex. The Flex offers additional services, such as 23kg baggage allowance, seat selection etc, giving customers the option to customize their travel experience.
Based at Larnaka International Airport, Cyprus Airways is a relaunched carrier, following the closure of Cyprus’ national carrier in 2015. Cyprus Airways came back to life when Cyprus-listed company Charlie Airlines Ltd, of Russian interests, won a tender competition in July 2016 for the right to use the national carrier trademark for the next decade. The company launched flights in June 2017.
In October 2018, the airline became a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
Cyprus Airways’ long-term goal is to contribute in the increase of tourism in Cyprus, while at the same time broadening the horizon for local travelers.