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Greek strike to affect 32 flights from Cypriot airports

Airport operator Hermes said 32 flights would be affected on Thursday because of a 24-hour general strike in Greece.

Based on the information gathered so far by the Hermes Airports Operations Centre, the strike will affect 32 flights in total — 16 arrivals and 16 departures — to and from the Airports of Athens, Thessaloniki, and Chania, in Crete.

Twenty-six flights by Aegean Airlines, Blue Air and Emirates to and from Larnaca airport will be affected, while Paphos will see six Ryanair flights affected.

So far, 24 flights have been cancelled and another six by Blue Air and Emirates have been rescheduled.

Travellers interested in finding out more about tomorrow’s flights to and from Greece can contact the airlines and tour operators directly prior to their arrival at Larnaca and Paphos airports, as well as visit Hermes Airports’ website

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