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Cyprus Airways launches six new routes

Cyprus Airways on Friday announced six new destinations for the summer of 2018, from Larnaca Airport to Athens, Munich, Prague, Stuttgart, Zurich and Verona.

Flights to the first five destinations are available to book as of November 3, 2017, while ticket sales for Verona will start next week, the company said.

A press release issued by the company on Friday said that flights to Athens are scheduled to begin on March 29, 2018.

Flights to the rest of the new destinations are scheduled to begin in May 2018.

Passengers can book their flights through cyprusairways.com, the Cyprus Airways Call Center (national toll free 8000 8111 or international on +357 24000053) or through their travel agent.

Cyprus Airways offers two categories of fares, Basic and Flex.

The Flex package offers additional services, such as 23kg baggage allowance and seat selection, giving customers the option to customize their travel experience.

One-way ticket fares from Cyprus to Athens start from €44, Verona from €71, Prague from €76, Munich from €106, Stuttgart from €100 and Zurich from €105.

These one-way fares include all taxes and surcharges.

In July 2016, Charlie Airlines Ltd, a Cyprus-registered company, won a public competition for the right to use the trademark Cyprus Airways for 10 years.

The company, which is based at Larnaca International Airport, launched flights in June 2017 to four destinations.

All Cyprus Airways flights operate on modern Airbus A319 aircraft with a capacity of 144 Economy Class seats, the company said.


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