The resumption of its flights from Athens to Larnaca was announced by Cyprus Airways, the Cypriot company under the name of the national air carrier.
Cyprus Airways will operate 3 weekly flights from Athens to Larnaca, every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. According to its renewed winter flight schedule, Cyprus Airways will operate flights to Athens, Heraklion, Moscow, Beirut and Tel Aviv.
The Cyprus Airways aircraft, type Airbus A319, landed in Athens on Wednesday, December 15 at around 4:00 pm and the return journey started at around 6 pm.
At the Departure Gate, Athens International Airport had a nice surprise in store for all passengers. The friend Athenian, the mascot of the airport, but also employees of the Athens International Airport, welcomed the passengers offering them sweets.
The Operations Manager of Cyprus Airways, Captain Andreas Georgiou, said: “We are very happy to be back in Athens, our second home. We recognize the strong link between Greece and Cyprus and the air link between the two countries is always an important part. “We thank Eleftherios Venizelos Airport for its support and excellent cooperation.”
On behalf of Athens International Airport, the Director of Communication & Marketing Ioanna Papadopoulou, said: “2021 may have been another difficult year for the aviation and tourism industry, but it” closes “with an extremely joyful news for our airport and Our city: the return of Cyprus to Athens, our joy for this reconnection is great, as Cyprus always has a special place in our hearts and is one of our most important markets.With the return of Cyprus to Athens, the options “The interconnection of the two destinations is expanded and strengthened even more. From our side we reaffirm the solidarity and the continuous support of the company’s development plans in the Athens market”.
Source From: Capital