Brussels Airport warmly welcomes a new member to its family, Cyprus Airways. The airline has begun operations, offering direct flights to Larnaca, a sought-after holiday destination tucked in the southeast of Cyprus. The service took off on February 5th, with flights scheduled twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. The airline has also laid out plans to introduce a third weekly flight by summer.
Cyprus Airways' Modern Fleet
The route from Brussels to Larnaca is serviced by the modern Airbus A220 aircraft, a state-of-the-art plane known for its superior amenities. The Airbus A220 is seen as a significant step in enhancing the connectivity between Cyprus and Europe, catering to both business and leisure travelers.
Welcoming Cyprus Airways to Brussels Airport
Arnaud Feist, the CEO of Brussels Airport, expressed his delight in welcoming Cyprus Airways to the airport. He highlighted the importance of this route in strengthening ties between Cyprus and Europe, catering specifically to governmental, business, and leisure travel. It's not just about a new route; it's about the potential for a stronger relationship between the two regions.
A Boost for Tourism and Trade
The new service offers a golden opportunity for tourists to bask in the Cypriot sun and explore the beauty of the Mediterranean island. But beyond the clear tourism benefits, the new route also promises to promote business and governmental relations, offering a convenient and comfortable mode of travel for corporate and government officials. As Cyprus Airways takes flight from Brussels, it embarks on a journey that promises to bring two regions closer, fostering cultural exchange, trade ties, and tourism.