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Larnaca and Paphos airports are taking a step towards normalcy, with the indications being auspicious since many airlines have scheduled a significant number of flights. According to Hermes Airports, which unveiled its new flight schedule, 50 airlines with 140 routes from 95 destinations to 38 countries will fly to both airports this summer, with more than 10 million seats available. & nbsp;
It is noted that passenger traffic in April this year, recorded a significant improvement, reaching 85% of the corresponding month of 2019. The largest share of passenger traffic in April came from the United Kingdom, Greece, Germany, Israel, Poland, Austria and Italy. A total of 1,587,337 passengers traveled to and from Larnaca and Paphos airports for the period from January 1st to April 30th, despite losses from Russia and Ukraine.
Five new itineraries
Five new destinations were included in the flight program of the two airports, such as Pisa by Ryanair, Salzburg by Eurowings, Bern by Helvetic, Nuremberg by Correndon and Jeddah by Cyprus Airways. .
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But apart from the five new itineraries, another eight are returning after two years. In particular, the routes include flights from Norwich (TUI) and Belfast (Jet2) to Paphos, from Aalborg, Denmark (Jet time) to Larnaca, from Trondheim and Stavanger (SunClass), Norway to Larnaca and flights from Norrkoping (Jet time), Orebro and Vexie Kronberg (Sunclass) in Sweden, also to Larnaca.
In addition, EasyJet added a new route from Paris and Charles De Gaulle to Larnaca, with 2 weekly flights, Wizzair flies from Gatwick to Larnaca with 10 flights per week, while also adding the Larnaca-Cardiff route, with two weeks flights and route Larnaca-Yerevan.
Eurowings also launches two weekly flights from Prague to Larnaca, while it will operate two flights a week from Stockholm. At the same time Jet2 adds two flights a week from Bristol, Ryanair launches weekly flights from Newcastle to Paphos, Cyprus Airways adds the Larnaca-Cairo route, Correndon introduces the Larnaca-Dusseldorf route and TUS Airways adds the Larnaca-Parsari route “The country's connectivity remains at the heart of our strategy,” said Hermes Airports Senior Director of Aviation Development and Communications Maria Kouroupi, adding that there is cooperation with all airlines for a full recovery. but also the further development of their network at the levels in which they operated pre-coronavirus.
“This year's flight program confirms the confidence shown by the airlines in Cyprus as a destination, itineraries, have been largely restored. Efforts made in recent years to differentiate the program by expanding into other markets have borne fruit. “More than ever, it is important for the entire tourism industry to seize these opportunities and support demand in order to lay a strong foundation for the future.”