Blue Air now flying from Larnaca to London, Tel Aviv & Tehran

Romanian airline, Blue Air announced at a press conference yesterday that its adding more destinations to their schedule from Larnaca airport. Starting from 25th April 2016, passengers can fly direct using Blue Air to London’s Luton airport with prices starting at €34.95 one way inc. taxes. Dates for direct flights to Tel Aviv and Tehran […]

Jet2 low cost airline flying from New Castle and Glasgow to Larnaca

Jet2 low fare airline added two more UK destinations. Its first flight from Glasgow arrived yesterday afternoon to Larnaca airport while weekly flights from New Castle will also begin on May 27th. In the meantime the two new destinations are also available from Paphos airport twice a week (Wednesday / Saturday for Glasgow – and Wednesday / Sunday for New Castle). Additionally Jet2 […]

Auditor General: Scandals everywhere you look

Auditor General, Odysseas Michaelides revealed last night at a talk show on CyBC the list of scandals that the Audit Office of the Republic is currently working on. The largest scandals involve the Cyprus University of Technology (CUT) and the Sewerage Board of Pafos (SAPA). Regarding CUT, the investigation continues with new issues constantly surfacing […]

British Airways increasing number of flights to Cyprus

Following Cyprus Airways closure, British Airways announced an increase in the number of flights to Larnaca for its Summer 2015 schedule. BA will be flying 13 times a week from London’s Heathrow Terminal 5 to Larnaca (up from 7 times a week). Economy return ticket prices will start at 249 euro. British Airways will have […]

Blue Air now flying from Larnaca to Athens

Following the demise of Cyprus Airways, private airlines are attempting to fill in the void created and a grab a piece of the pie. Romanian budget airline Blue Air has added Larnaca Airport as one of its bases and immediately started daily morning flights to Athens. Additionally, from the 19th of January its service will […]

The final day for Cyprus Airways

As it was expected for a long while now, time is up for Cyprus Airways. According to local media, the announcement of the European Directorate General for Competition is coming out today and is expected to be negative. This essentially means that Cyprus Airways which has been in operation since 1947 will seize operations. 16 […]

Cyprus Airways – Game almost over

According to the local news site SigmaLive, the government has announced yesterday that has purchased the ownership of the Cyprus Airways iconic logo. The article states that this move comes in light of the very likely negative response by the European Commission concerning state aid that was given to the problematic airline during the past […]