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Ryanair announces Paphos-Athens flights, Air Berlin to fly to Larnaca

LOW-COST carrier Ryanair on Tuesday announced its summer 2014 schedule, including a new route to Athens from Paphos which will operate daily from April 1.

Ryanair’s Sales & Marketing Manager Maria Macken said: “Seats on Ryanair’s new Paphos to Athens route will go on sale tomorrow [January 15] on ryanair.com with fares starting from €12. Ryanair’s €12 sale fare includes all non-optional taxes, charges and fees, so passengers who only travel with carry-on luggage and decline our priority boarding service can book, check-in online and fly for this advertised €12 fare.”
The airline’s new weekly routes schedule includes seven flights to Athens, two to Brussels, five to Chania (Crete), one to Kaunas, two to Krakow, six to London Stansted, two to Manchester, three to Patra, one to Stockholm and 11 to Thessaloniki.

The budget airline has two aircraft based at Paphos International Airport.

Also Air Berlin, Germany’s second largest airline, on Tuesday announced it was expanding its tourist destinations this summer, including flights to Larnaca.

“Tourist flights are an important pillar in our business model and we are constantly improving our services. With Larnaca and Malta, we have included new destinations in our portfolio and we are increasing the frequency of flights, especially to Greece and the Canary Islands,” said Detlef Altmann, Senior Vice President Sales Touristic Services.

 

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