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Cyprus Airways set to more than double its capacity and destinations

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Larnaca-based Cyprus Airways on Tuesday announced it will more than double its capacity and destinations next summer, showing strong commitment to the island’s connectivity, local economy and tourism industry.

The airline will operate flights to 11 confirmed destinations with at least 43 weekly flights with new destinations and flights to be announced soon.

Flights to Athens will continue with a double daily return flight, while flights to Tel Aviv will depart daily. Furthermore, there will be five routes per week to and from Beirut, while flights to Cairo and Yerevan will operate twice a week.

Cyprus Airways also plans to include twice-weekly flights to Rhodes, Thessaloniki, Skiathos, Santorini and Preveza, and three times per week to Heraklion.

“After a very busy summer and a positive booking demand for this winter, we are planning well ahead to meet the expected high demand for the summer of 2023,” said Cyprus Airways’ Chief Commercial Officer Madonna Hoyek.

At least five new destinations will be added in the summer routes according to Cyprus Airways CEO Paul Sies, as a result of the close collaboration with local and international stakeholders, the deputy ministry of tourism and Hermes.

He further expressed the company’s determination to work with like-minded stakeholders interested in helping and developing tourism and the island’s economy by facilitating connectivity through travel. “No airline operating to/from Cyprus offers the same commitment to the island as Cyprus Airways,” said Sies.

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