The Cypriot carrier is ready to resume operations by introducing several measures to ensure the health and safety of its passengers and employees, always in line with information and instructions from the local health authorities, the World Health Organisation and the European Aviation Safety Agency.
This summer, Cyprus Airways is planning to operate flights to five airports in Greece: Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Rhodes, and Skiathos. In Europe, Cyprus Airways is landing to two cosmopolitan hubs in Switzerland (Zurich and Geneva) and in the Middle East, the company will continue its operations to Tel Aviv (Israel). Flights to Athens will start on June 09 and to all other destinations, beginning of July of this year.
George Mavrocostas, chief operations officer, Cyprus Airways, stated, “We are very excited that after three months of paused operations due to COVID-19, we will soon and gradually restart operations to several destinations. As a Cypriot company we feel it is our duty to support the government’s efforts to overcome the challenges during this difficult time, contributing to the rapid and sustainable recovery of the economy. The safety of all, passengers, and staff, has always been our top priority and thus we adopted a number of safety measures”.