TUS Airways has expanded its fleet and will begin offering more flights from Cyprus and the Middle East in 2023, the company announced on Tuesday.
Starting March 26 next year, TUS will add a third flight to its Larnaca- Heraklion route every Sunday. It will also continue its flights between Larnaca and Paris “after the successful summer period.”
The airline will also increase its flights between Larnaca and Tel Aviv, with 11 flights per week. There will also be up to four flights a week connecting Paphos to Tel Aviv.
“With an eye to becoming the biggest airline in the Middle East, TUS Airways will expand its services between Tel Aviv and Greece with new flights to Heraklion and will move to expand Athens as a winter destination.”
TUS will continue flights to Preveza, Tel Aviv and Dusseldorf and will soon announce new flights and destinations.
“After a successful 2022 where the company was cemented as the biggest Cypriot airline contributing to tourism, economy and investments, we are announcing our plans for 2023m” Ahmed Aly, CEO of TUS Airways said.
“From Cyprus we aim to offer more flights to our main markets in Israel, Greece and fFrance while we will soon be announcing new destinations.”