Hermes Airports announces Summer Flight Schedule
Hermes Airports unveiled the Summer ’22 flight schedule to/from Larnaka and Pafos airports that marking the return to a lot and diverse connections to and from Cyprus. This summer, 50 airlines are expected to operate flights to/from Larnaka and Pafos airports on 140 routes, including 5 new ones, from 95 destinations in 38 countries. Based on the current planning, the summer period shows positive signs, with airlines scheduling a significant number of flights.
Five new and eight restored routes
New destinations such as Pisa (by Ryanair), Salzburg (by Eurowings), Bern (by Helvetic), Nuremberg (Correndon) and Jeddah (Cyprus Airways) are introduced to/from Cyprus airports. In addition to these new routes, eight routes are reinstated after two years. More specifically, these include fights from the UK, Norwich (TUI) and Belfast (Jet2) to Pafos, from Denmark, Aalborg (Jet time) to Larnaka, from Norway, Trondheim and Stavanger (SunClass) to Larnaka and flights from Sweden, Norrkoping (Jet time), Orebro and Växjö Kronenberg (Sunclass) all to Larnaka.
New operations (to already served routes)
easyJet is introducing a new operation from Paris CDG to Larnaka, with 2 weekly flights.
Wizzair is adding operation from London Gatwick to Larnaka with up to 10 weekly flights, whereas the airline is also adding the Larnaka-Cardiff route with 2 weekly flights. The airline is also introducing the Larnaka-Yerevan with 2 weekly flights.
Eurowings is introducing a new operation from Prague with two weekly flights to Larnaka, whereas it is also adding flights from, Stockholm, Arlanda to Larnaka, with two weekly flights.
Jet2 is introducing a new operation from Bristol to both Larnaka and Pafos with 2 weekly flights each.
Ryanair is introducing Newcastle to Pafos with 2 weekly flights.
Cyprus Airways is adding the Larnaka-Cairo route.
Correndon is introducing the Larnaka-Dusseldorf route.
TUS Airways has added the Larnaka-Paris route.