Direct flights with up to three routes a day in Larnaca, SKY express started from Greece. A written announcement states that “the company is expanding its flight business, covering the needs and requirements of the passenger public, carrying out up to three direct routes daily on the Athens – Larnaca route with the new state-of-the-art privately owned aircraft of Airbus A320neo. Travelers between Greece and Cyprus have at their disposal affordable and highly competitive fares, personalized digital services and flexible travel options “.
It adds that the company is implementing a comprehensive plan of measures to ensure the health and safety of passengers and staff with the enhanced care and hygiene program “CarePlane”. SKY express starts from Larnaca its expansion to popular destinations abroad “.
Theodoros Krokidas, Chairman of the Board & CEO of SKY express stated that “at a time when the flight business is shrinking internationally, SKY express is growing. After flights to 34 destinations in Greece, the company's activities expand abroad, starting from Cyprus. “With the company's new state-of-the-art aircraft, travelers from Greece and Cyprus have a new, reliable and advantageous choice, while supporting the Cypriot economy and tourism now that the country needs it more.”
Mr. Krokidas also expressed the certainty that “the Cypriot society will embrace the company and we will build a solid, long-term and mutually beneficial relationship”.
Maria Kouroupi, Senior Director of Aviation Development and Communication of Hermes Airports said that “we look forward to the launch of the new route by SKY express, as a new option is added to a popular destination in Athens. “We are going through a difficult period and our effort is focused on restoring as many routes and airlines as possible, with the aim of course to increase the choices of the traveling public, but also to enhance the service of the passengers in their travels”.
According to the announcement, “SKY express recently acquired six brand new Airbus aircraft, type A320neo that will cover domestic and international flights. The company also has 10 ATR turboprop aircraft – a joint venture of Airbus and Leonardo – of which 5 are ATR 72-500 and five ATR 42-500.