Cyprus Mail

Cyprus Airways to keep island connected over winter

Cyprus Airways on Friday announced 28 weekly flights to key destinations as part of its winter flight schedules, due to start on October 30.

There will be two daily flights to Athens, six weekly flights to Tel Aviv and Beirut, and two weekly flights to Yerevan.

Cyprus Airways resumed operations in 2016. The company operates a fleet of Airbus A319 and two Airbus A320 aircraft, currently flying to the seven destinations of Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Beirut, Tel Aviv, Yerevan and Rhodes.

Cyprus Airways CEO Paul Sies said the winter programme demonstrates Cyprus Airways’ strong commitment to the island’s connectivity, the local economy and tourism.

More information on this winter’s flight schedule is available on the company’s website, from the company’s offices or from any travel agent.


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