LARNACA, CYPRUSCyprus Airways announced it will start operating scheduled and year-round flights to Paris’ Charles De Gaulle as from the 16th December with a three times a week operation and to Rome’s Fiumicino airport with a twice a week service as of the 20th of December. 

“As part of our strategic plan to connect Cyprus we are thrilled to be announcing today two important routes to key European cities. Both Paris Charles De Gaulle and Rome Fiumicino airports are important gateways for incoming tourism and business travel to Cyprus. They are also central hubs with multiple news/” 2169 target=”_blank”>international connection possibilities thus increasing Cyprus’ connectivity to various global markets”, said Paul Sies, Chief Executive of the airline.

“Likewise, this announcement is also more good news for Cypriots who will now have more opportunities to travel direct to Europe and beyond much faster. This decision is aligned with our growth strategy announced earlier this year and we are committed to continue expanding our network and flight frequencies to other European main airports for the benefit of Cyprus, its economy and its tourism industry, added Mr. Sies. 

The flights will operate with the below schedule:

Rome Fiumicino (In local times)

Cyprus Airways, Cyprus’s flag-carrier, resumed operations in 2016. The airline operates an Airbus A319 and two Airbus A320 aircraft fleet which are currently operating on a seven-scheduled destination network to Athens, Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Beirut, Tel Aviv, Yerevan and Rhodes.

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Author: Alan Johnson