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Cyprus Airways recently announced strong April passenger results. Last month the Cypriot flag carrier carried 60,237 passengers (April 2022: 11,556), more than four times more than 2022. 48,237 passengers were carrier on its scheduled services and an additional 12,000 passengers were carried on charter and ACMI services.

Jazeera Airways, Kuwait’s leading low cost carrier recently added Larnaca in Cyprus to its network of new European destinations for the 2023 summer season.

Cyprus Airways announced its March passenger results during which it carried 25,899 passengers (558 percent more than March 2022). Compared to March 2019, before the start of the pandemic, the airline carried 19 percent more passengers (Mar’19: 21,676). During March it operated 325 percent more flights (Mar’22: 63 flights) whilst improving the load factor by 22 percent points. The Airline also announced that it registered its highest forward sales ever, mostly for April, May, and June.

Cyprus Airways, the flag-carrying airline of Cyprus, recently announced its winter flight schedule during which it will be operating to 13 destinations with 51 weekly flights.

Wizz Air, one of Europe’s fastest growing and most sustainable airlines, recently announced a new route from Larnaca to Abu Dhabi.

FLYR Labs, the travel industry’s leading innovator in decision intelligence and end-to-end revenue optimisation, and Cyprus Airways, the flag carrier of Cyprus, recently announced a strategic agreement to implement FLYR’s revenue management and data platform, leveraging Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies to enable Cyprus Airways’ total revenue optimization and forecasting capabilities.

Cyprus Airways recently transported about 10 tons of medical supplies, about one hundred cases of baby food, and other collected goods to support the victims affected by the recent February disastrous earthquake.

Cyprus Airways recently announced the best January passenger results since 2019. For the month of January the Cypriot Flag-carrying airline carried 27,356 passengers (Jan '22: 2,776), almost 10 times more passengers than 2022, operated 277 flights (Jan’22: 80 flights) and improved its load factor by 30 percentage points.

Cyprus Airways, the flag carrier airline of Cyprus, assisted the aid efforts to the affected areas of the devastating earthquake which took place in early February, by making available its aircraft and capacity for governments, charities and organisations that need transportation of goods, medicines and rescue teams or equipment.

Cyprus Airways recently announced that after long negotiations it has secured relevant permission and landing slots to operate up to three weekly flights to the UAE’s most populous city, Dubai. Flights will operate to and from Dubai International Airport (DXB).