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Hermes Airports invites travellers to pack their bags for summer

The official start of the summer season at Cyprus airports is here.

Cyprus is expected to connect directly with 38 countries in the coming summer season, while the country’s airports will welcome 55 airlines that will operate 150 routes. Of these itineraries, 94 refer to Larnaka Airport and 56 to Pafos Airport.

Destinations with a daily schedule from Larnaca include cities such as Athens with an average of 13 flights, Tel Aviv with 8, London Heathrow with 4 and London Gatwick with 3. Also included are Vienna, Thessaloniki, Belgrade with 2-3 daily flights each. The program also includes: Beirut and Zurich with 2 daily flights, each. Among other cities, Paris, Warsaw and Dubai complete the destinations of Larnaca with 1-2 flights.

Accordingly, there are daily flights from Paphos to destinations such as London Gatwick (4), Manchester (3), London Stansted (2), Thessaloniki (1). The weekly schedule covers destinations such as Vienna and Chania with six flights respectively, Amsterdam and Athens with five flights, while there are direct flights to destinations such as Brussels, Venice, Malta, Paris, Toulouse, Milan, Tallinn, etc.

See the detailed table here.

This article originally appeared, in Greek, in Hermes Airport’s Flight Mode Newsletter. Click here to view it.

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