Cyprus Airways will introduce new flights from Slovakia

There will be new routes from Bratislava and Košice.

Tourists reflected in the sea at sunset at Makronissos beach in the southeast resort of Ayia Napa on the eastern Mediterranean island of Cyprus.Tourists reflected in the sea at sunset at Makronissos beach in the southeast resort of Ayia Napa on the eastern Mediterranean island of Cyprus. (Source: AP/SITA)

Cyprus Airways is planning to launch direct flights between Bratislava, Larnaca, Corfu, and Rhodes, as well as between Košice, Larnaca, and Corfu.

“Cyprus proved to be a popular destination among Slovaks this summer and we therefore decided to resume our flights in the summer of 2020,” said Natália Popová, chief commercial officer of Cyprus Airways, as quoted in a press release.

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There will be additional options next summer, with two more direct flights from Bratislava to Corfu and Rhodes and from Košice to Corfu, she added.

There will be regular flights from Bratislava to Larnaca on Tuesdays and Saturdays. There will also be a regular connection from Bratislava to Corfu also on Saturdays. Other routes – Bratislava and Rhodes, Košice and Larnaca, Košice and Corfu – will operate on Tuesdays between June and September 2020.

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