The airline will effectively be doubling its number of destinations and capacity offered this winter and to celebrate this milestone it announced the waiving of booking fees across all flights and destinations for a limited period.
The airline's winter flight schedule includes a range of new winter destinations across Europe and the Middle East, with flights to and from major cities like Athens, Paris, Tel Aviv, and Rome.
With over 400,000 seats on offer, the schedule is designed to meet the needs of business, VFR and leisure travellers by offering convenient flight times and affordable fares. The winter flight schedule starts on October 29th and the Airline will operate to these destinations with the following frequencies:
Athens: with double daily flights
- Tel-Aviv: with daily flights
- Rome: with two weekly flights
- Paris: with three weekly flights
- Yerevan: with three weekly flights
- Beirut: with daily flights
- Cairo: with two weekly flights
- Prague: with two weekly flights
- Milan: with two weekly flights
- Zurich: with two weekly flights
- Thessaloniki: with two weekly flights
- Heraklion: with three weekly flights
- Dubai: with two weekly flights
To make travel even more affordable and simple, Cyprus Airways is waiving booking fees across all flights and destinations. This means that customers can save on the cost of their flights, making it easier to plan and book their travels.
"We are thrilled to announce our ever-growing number of destinations and winter flight schedule and the waiving of booking fees,” said Paul Sies, CEO, Cyprus Airways. “We are committed to providing our customers with convenient and affordable travel options, and we believe that this offer will make it easier than ever for people to plan their travel and explore new destinations. By offering direct flights to these popular destinations, we are further establishing Cyprus as a year-round destination making easy to reach. We have the best climate in Europe and it’s high time we get more tourists enjoying it throughout the whole year," added Mr Sies.