The winter flight season had commenced on October 27, and ends on March 28, 2020.
This increase has resulted from the addition of new routes to and from Larnaka and Pafos International Airports, as well as the introduction of additional flights and seats to existing routes.
At Larnaka Airport, Wizz Air will launch new routes from Lviv, Chisinau, Kraków and Skopje, while Aegean Airlines is launching a new route from Beirut.
Ryanair will begin a new flight schedule from Beirut, Katowice and Malta to Pafos Airport, and will also include Kiev in its winter season schedule. At the same time, there will be an increase in flights for existing routes to Athens (Cyprus Airways), Tel Aviv (El Al), Frankfurt (Lufthansa), Manchester and Birmingham (Jet2), as well as other destinations.
In total, 70 airlines are currently flying to and from Larnaka and Pafos International Airports, connecting Cyprus with 120 destinations in 40 countries.