Starting June 21 of this year, Blue Air announced the reopening of regular flights from Cyprus on the following routes: Larnaca – Athens, Larnaca – Thessaloniki, and Larnaca - Bucharest.
Cyprus Airways announced its revised Summer 2020 flight schedule, after the announcement of the Cyprus government that Larnaca and Paphos airports will reopen on of June 09 of this year and based on the list of countries that government allows to operate flights from.
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Cyprus Airways and Petrolina support the Cypriot government's efforts to repatriate Cypriots on a flight from London.
A total of 38 passengers and a thousand uniforms for doctors and nurses, provided by China, were transported from Athens to Cyprus by a Cyprus Airways aircraft.
Cyprus Airways was awarded as the Best New Entrant Performance at the Athens International Airport (AIA), as a recognition of its successful performance in 2019 in regard to its flights to and from Athens.
Jet2holidays has launched a bumper choice of holidays for Summer 2021 from four of its UK bases. These bases include Belfast International, Edinburgh, Manchester and Newcastle.
Expanded programmes at each of the four bases means that Jet2.com and Jet2holidays is giving customers and independent travel agents more choice and flexibility than ever before when it comes to offering customers holidays to their favourite summer hotspots such as the Canaries, Balearics, Spain, Greece, Turkey and Cyprus.
The programme announced includes a brand-new route to Larnaca in Cyprus from Belfast International Airport.
With daily and multiple weekly flights to many destinations from the four bases, holidaymakers can continue to enjoy complete flexibility over how long they choose to holiday for – a move which Jet2holidays pioneered 10 years ago so that customers can choose holidays of any duration to suit their budgets and needs.
Wizz Air, will on June 01 launch flights between Larnaca and Yerevan with twice weekly flights.