Cyprus Airways (Larnaca) is adjusting its route map. On October 28 the flag carrier of Cyprus dropped all service to Milan (Malpensa) and Vienna and instead expanded domestic operations in neighboring Greece. Following the successful launch of the Athens-Thessaloniki route, the airline decided to expand operations in Greece on the following new routes:
• Athens-Heraklion, two daily flights.
• Athens-Rhodes one daily flight.
• Rhodes-Heraklion four flights a week.
• Athens – Thessaloniki now three flights daily (instead of two).
• Heraklion-Rhodes, four weekly flights (instead of three).
Cyprus Airways believes it has now built a long-term relationship in Greece. The airline has served the Greek market since its inception in 1947 from Cyprus.
Copyright Photo: Michael B. Ing. The airline added its first Airbus A321 (the pictured 5B-DCO) on June 14, 2012. A321-231 5B-DCO (msn 2730) prepares to land at London (Heathrow).