Cyprus Mail

Flight disruption due to Greek strike

Twenty-four flights to and from Larnaca and Paphos airports are expected to be affected by the Greek air controllers’ 24-hour strike starting at midnight Wednesday.

The strike will affect nine arrivals and nine departures at Larnaca airport and three inbound and three outbound flights at Paphos.

“All flights in both airports are either cancelled or rescheduled. This would either mean a delay or bringing the time forward,” airport operator Hermes spokesman Adamos Aspris said.

Aspris urged travellers to be in touch with the airlines and agents to avoid any inconvenience.


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