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Increase in Flights to Cyprus

Cyprus is now very well served by chartered and scheduled airlines following an increase…

Cyprus is now very well served by chartered and scheduled airlines following an increase in regional flights this year offering visitors a greater choice of departure points.

Cyprus Airways has also increased its capacity on routes from the UK by 33 percent this year through the addition of a daily night flight.

The carrier currently offers two flights a day from Heathrow with plans to increase this to three. The increase in flights is currently from Stansted where there are three flights a week.

The following regional services have been added this year:

Glasgow – Pafos (Air 2000)

Bournemouth – Larnaca, summer service (Euro Cypria chartered by Libra)

Norwich – Pafos (Transun)

Aberdeen – Pafos (Euro Cypria and Transun)

Exeter – Pafos, summer (Air 2000)

Liverpool – Larnaca (Libra)

New regional services planned for summer 2000:

Teeside – larnaca (JMC, Airtours, First Choice)

Stansted – Pafos (extra flight by Cyprus Airways)

Aberdeen – Larnaca (Libra)

Norwich – Larnaca (Libra)

A new independent Cypriot charter airline, Helios Airways will begin operations in June 2000 based at Larnaca Airport. It will offer European tour operators charter services to Larnaca and Pafos.

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