Aiming to establish itself as one of the major Cyprus-based carriers, Blue Air, has recently welcomed its third aircraft to Cyprus, further expanding its fleet at Larnaka International Airport to offer more destinations and frequencies on existing routes.

Cyprus Airways and S7 Airlines have announced a codeshare agreement on St. Petersburg – Larnaca itinerary, operating three times weekly as of June 08.

According to data released by Aegean Airlines, international passenger traffic increased by 15 percent during April and May, compared to the corresponding period in 2016, with the carrier transporting 1.2 million passengers .

In the first quarter (Q1) of this year, AEGEAN Airlines achieved consolidated revenue of EUR151.9 million, three percent higher than the corresponding period in 2016. 

In collaboration with Orthodoxou Aviation and People of the World Travel Group, Blue Air organised a familiarisation trip to Thessaloniki for its partners and associates on May 09.

Cyprus Airways announces the first three destinations that will be included in its flight schedule for the first phase of its launch, to begin in June. The airline will operate scheduled flights to Heraklion, Rhodes and Tel Aviv, with two additional destinations to be announced in the next few weeks.