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This year 50 airlines with 140 routes will operate flights to and from Larnaca and Paphos airports

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A total of 50 airlines with 140 routes to 38 countries will operate flights to and from Larnaca and Paphos airports this year, according to Hermes Airports notes at the same time that passenger traffic in April reached 85% of the corresponding month of 2019.

A statement from Hermes Airports states that “the company presents the new summer flight schedule to and from Larnaca and Paphos airports, which marks the return to many different connections to and from Cyprus.”

“Based on the current schedule, the summer season shows positive signs with the airlines scheduling a significant number of flights”, it is added.

This summer “50 airlines will operate flights to and from Larnaca and Paphos airports, with 140 routes, including five new ones, from 95 destinations in 38 countries”.

that “passenger traffic in April, recorded a significant improvement reaching 85% of the corresponding month of 2019”.

It adds that “in total, for the period from January 1 to April 30, 2022, a total of 1,587,337 passengers traveled to and from Larnaca and Paphos airports, despite the losses from Russia and Ukraine. The largest share of April passenger traffic comes from the United Kingdom and Greece, Germany, Israel, Poland, Austria and Italy. “

According to the announcement, new destinations such as Pisa (with Ryanair), Salzburg (with Eurowings), Bern (with Helvetic), Nuremberg (with Correndon) and Jeddah (Cyprus Airways) are included in the schedule to and from Larnaca and Paphos airports. In addition to the five departures that start, eight more return after two years “. Paphos, from Denmark, Aalborg (Jet time) to Larnaca, from Norway, Trondheim and Stavanger (SunClass) to Larnaca and flights from Sweden, Norrkoping (Jet time), Orebro and Vexie Cronberg (Sunclass), all to Larnaca. p>

The airline “EasyJet also 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 a week, added the Larnaca-Cardiff route with two weekly flights, while the Larnaca-Yerevan route starts with two flights every week “.

“Eurowings starts with two weekly flights to Larnaca from Prague, while two flights a week will be operated from Stockholm, Arlanda to Larnaca. Jet2 adds 2 flights a week from Bristol, both Larnaca and Paphos, Ryanair launches flights from Newcastle to Paphos with 2 weekly flights, Cyprus Airways adds Larnaca-Cairo route, Correndon launches Larnaca-Dussel route and TUS Airways added the Larnaca-Paris route “.

As Maria Kouroupi, Senior Director of Aviation Development and Communications at Hermes Airports, stated, “Undoubtedly, the connectivity of Cyprus remains at the heart of our strategy. We are cooperating with all airlines for the complete restoration, but also the further development of their network at the levels that operated before the coronavirus “.

He added that “this year 's flight schedule confirms the confidence shown by the airlines in Cyprus as a destination, since their flight schedules for existing and new routes have been largely restored. “Efforts made in recent years to differentiate the program by expanding into other markets have borne fruit,” he said.

According to Ms. Kouroupi, “more than ever, It is important for the whole tourism industry to take advantage of these opportunities and to support demand, in order to form a strong basis for the future. “

Source: KYPE

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