Tus Airways, the Cyprus-based regional airline, said that starting February 1, it will have a new route linking Larnaca to Amman twice a week.
Passengers can travel to the Jordanian capital for a little as €49 one way every Monday and Wednesday, the airline said in an emailed statement on Tuesday.
Tus currently flies from Larnaca to Tel Aviv, Haifa, and various Greek islands, and plans to operate flights to 16 destinations, including countries such as Greece, Israel, Jordan, Egypt and Lebanon,” it said. “The company’s goal is to offer 2-3 daily flights, on average, to each destination”.
The airline’s fleet currently includes Saab2000 aircraft with a capacity of 50 seats. It plans to add two Fokker 100 jet aircraft with a capacity 100 seats each, Tus said.