Larnaca - London Heathrow with Cyprus Airways, from September 10, 2021
The national carrier of Cyprus, Cyprus Airways, has announced the launch of a new route that will connect the capital Larnaca with the capital of Great Britain, London. The Larnaca-based Cypriot airline offers the public a destination that has been one of the most popular on the Cyprus market. The choice of Heathrow Airport in London ensures that Cypriots traveling to London will enjoy the excellent facilities that Heathrow has to offer to London visitors.
A pioneer in the Cypriot tourism industry, Cyprus Airways operates a network of 11 international destinations to Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Skiathos, Preveza, Prague, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Tel Aviv, Beirut and Malta, with London Heathrow as the latest addition.
Larnaca - London Heathrow with Cyprus Airways
Flights are scheduled to start on September 10, 2021, departing from Larnaca in the morning, a convenient time to enjoy a full day in London. The flights will be operated daily, throughout the year. and will be operated with Airbus A319 aircraft.
CY 602 Larnaca 08:30 - 11:30 London Heathrow
CY 603 London Heathrow 12:30 - 19:10 Larnaca
Ticket prices for Cyprus Airways flights to and from London Heathrow aim to offer competitive rates to the traveling public. Cypriots are advised to book quickly to take advantage of fares starting at € 119 for flights from Larnaca to London Heathrow and from £ 92 for flights from London Heathrow to Larnaca.
The company has announced a limited offer for bookings made until September 15, 2021. Passengers booking basic tickets can add 10 kg of luggage to the basket for a cost of only EUR 5. In addition, Cyprus Airways has announced a zero penalty fee for flight changes to basic fare tickets, subject to fare rules.
Recently, Cyprus Airways was acquired by SJC Group, a Maltese group of companies operating in Africa and the Middle East, which incorporates a number of different activities, including commercial helicopter flight operations and hangar maintenance dedicated to Malta International Airport. The SJC Group maintains a fleet of private aircraft to provide emergency services in remote parts of the world. The company is also a major provider of fire, safety and security services in Malta.