As part of its expansion strategy, Blue Air added Cluj-Napoca to its network, bringing another destination closer to Cyprus.
Cyprus Airways has obtained the Air Operator Certificate from the Cypriot Department of Civil Aviation, demonstrating the compliance of its processes with requirements of European aviation authorities.
TUS Airways has expanded its network, adding seven Greek islands to its summer schedule, namely; Skiathos, Karpathos, Kefalonia, Mytilini, Kos, Samos and Rhodes.
Larnaka International Airport proceeded with a further upgrade of its services offered to people with reduced mobility and disabilities.
Blue Air has revealed plans to launch a new itinerary from Larnaka International Airport to Avram Iancu International Airport Cluj in Romania’s second most populous city.
Three fundamental tourism bodies in Cyprus have reached an agreement regarding the improvement of the conditions that tourists experience at the international airports. The Association of Cyprus Tourist Enterprises, the Association of Cyprus
Hermes Airports was highly commended as the best European airport in providing services for people with disabilities at Larnaka International Airport – Glafcos Clerides. The distinction was highlighted during Airports Council International’s 12th
Hermes Airports celebrated a decade of successful operation of Larnaka International Airport and Pafos International Airport. Over the 10-year period, the company has played a catalyst role in enhancing the
Following a 3.6 percent improvement recorded in 2015, air traffic to and from the island rose 12 percent year-on-year in the first four months of the year. As Marios Demetriades, transport, communications and works minister, Cyprus, explained, over the past two years,
Our vision has been […] to provide the highest level of cargo handling. “We are [celebrating] Airtrans’ history of offering services to the air cargo industry for more than 33 years at Larnaka International Airport.