With the arrival of the fifth Airbus A320, TUS Airways will increase flights on several scheduled routes between Larnaca to Tel Aviv, Paris & Greece as well as launching new charter services from Cyprus and Tel Aviv to support both leisure and business travel.
Cyprus airline TUS Airways, announce the latest addition to its growing aircraft fleet with the arrival of its newest Airbus A320 aircraft at Larnaca International Airport. The latest fleet expansion confirms the airline’s position as the largest Cypriot airline and reaffirms the commitment to supporting & expanding air travel from Cyprus and the wider and Mediterranean region.
With the arrival of the fifth Airbus A320, TUS Airways will increase flights on several scheduled routes between Larnaca to Tel Aviv, Paris & Greece as well as launching new charter services from Cyprus and Tel Aviv to support both leisure and business travel. When flying onboard one of TUS Airways’ flights, the airline is committed to offering its guests a great travel experience reflecting the well-known charm of Cypriot hospitality.
Ahmed Aly, CEO of TUS Airways stated: “The arrival of our fifth aircraft marks yet another exciting milestone for the airline as we continue to expand flight operations, further strengthen the airline’s leading position and driving the growth of air travel from Cyprus and across the Mediterranean.”
This summer TUS Airways offers an expansive network including flights from Larnaca to Paris, Skiathos, Preveza, Kefalonia, Kalamata and Tel Aviv, from Paphos to Paris and Tel Aviv, and from Tel Aviv to Dusseldorf, Toulouse, Verona and Greece.
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