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February 05 marked a milestone for Cyprus Airways as the airline proudly announces the launch of its flight connecting Larnaca, to the vibrant city of Brussels twice per week.

The oneworld® alliance celebrates 25 years of delivering an exceptional and seamless travel experience to its customers worldwide, with a member airline flight taking off or landing somewhere in the world every six seconds, 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

Air Arabia, the Middle East and North Africa’s first and largest low-cost carrier (LCC) operator, announced the launch of its newest route connecting Sharjah with Athens, the capital of Greece. Commencing operations on June 28, the new launch underscores the airline’s commitment to promote affordable travel around the world.

Aegean Airlines and Cyprus Airways have signed a long-term ACMI (wet lease) deal in which the Cypriot flag carrier will lease two Airbus A320 aircraft to the Greek flag carrier including cockpit and cabin crews. The first aircraft joined the Aegean fleet in December, whilst the second lease will commence at the end of March 2024. The agreement was facilitated by aviation and ACMI specialists, Zela Aviation.

Cyprus Airways recently announced that it will be commencing twice weekly services, every Monday and Thursday, between Larnaca and Brussels International Airport, on February 05, 2024. These will be increased to three weekly flights as from Summer 2024.

Cyprus Airways recently announced the launch of its Summer 2024 flight schedule, significantly expanding last summer’s flying programme. The seven-month schedule, which runs from end of March till October, will see the airline operate to 19 key Airports.

The geo-political tensions in the Middle East have negatively impacted Cyprus Airways. During the month of November, the airline carried 41 percent less passengers and operated 12 percent less flights than 2022. This reduction was however offset by a 21 percent increase in revenues, 115 percent increase in average fares and a significant increase in the net income position. Routes like Dubai, Paris and Milan also performed better and helped the Airline compensate for the loss of traffic.

Cyprus Airways has become the latest carrier to deploy airline technology provider AirFi’s wireless in-flight entertainment across its fleet of Airbus jets.  

Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, has increased the number of flights it operates to Athens and Larnaca to boost its operations to Europe.

 

 Cyprus Airways had recentlly announced its traffic results for the month of September of this year. During this period, the airline transported a total of 48,560 passengers, representing a significant 30 percent increase in passenger numbers when compared to the same month in the previous year (September 2022: 37,427).