Cyprus Airways to add two new Airbus A220s to its fleet in 2024
14:23 - 22 January 2024
Cyprus Airways will double its Airbus A220 fleet this year with the arrival of two new aircraft of that type.
According to a statement from Cyprus Airways, the airline recently organised a meeting in Athens with Greece’s main travel agencies, as well as representatives of the press "in order to strengthen its direct relations with the Greek market and to announce plans and the company's prospects for 2024."
"The meeting marks a new strategy of the company in the direction of expanding and upgrading the services offered by the company to the Greek travel public", the airline’s announcement noted.
As reported, the company's summer flight schedule for 2024 includes a daily connection between Larnaca, Athens, Heraklion, Rhodes, Preveza, Skiathos, and Santorini.
The 18 January meeting was attended by the owner of Cyprus Airways Michael Alenkin, Board of Directors member George Hadjiyiannis, and Commercial Officer Christos Limnatitis, together with a large team from the company's commercial department.
Alenkin, it is added, thanked the company's partners for the cooperation to date and expressed confidence that the cooperation will be further strengthened for the benefit of those traveling for business or private reasons.
Limnatitis updated the company's valuable partners in Greece, as he described the guests, noting that in 2024 the company will double its modern fleet of Airbus A220s, with the arrival of two new aircraft of this type.