Aegean Airlines is taking advantage of the deregulation of traffic rights to Israel and in accordance to its commitment for dynamic growth of its presence in Cyprus, launches its Larnaka – Tel Aviv direct flights.
More specifically, as of February 3, 2015 and until the completion of the company’s winter schedule, Aegean will connect Larnaka with Tel Aviv, three times a week.
With the start of Aegean’s summer 2015 schedule the carrier is expected to begin daily non–stop flights between Larnaka and Tel Aviv, adding significant capacity and options.
The flights will be operated with one of the youngest fleets in Europe, comprising 56 aircraft, after Aegean’s recent investment in new additional Airbus A320ceos.
It is worth noting that according to Aegean’s summer timetable, which was presented during a Press Conference on January 13, 2015 in Nicosia, Aegean will operate with four Airbus A320 aircraft from Larnaka’s base, while the number of destinations connected directly with Cyprus will increase to 14.
As regards direct connections with Greece and seven other countries, total year capacity is expected to exceed 1.5 million seats.