After beginning its summer flight schedule to Pafos, Germania is promoting the city’s status as the 2017 European Capital of Culture 2017 to its passengers.
Germania will fly to Pafos International Airport more than 400 times over the entire IATA (International Air Transport Association) season, from March until October, providing over 60,000 seats, according to an official press release.
“The European Capital of Culture 2017 offers a unique experience with art, culture and live events in a Mediterranean environment. Modernity and antiquity come together in harmony in Pafos, promising a diverse summer of culture,” read the statement.
— Germania (@flygermania) March 11, 2017
“They can also visit a UNESCO World Heritage site, discover the unique scenery of the region, and pursue an active holiday on the ‘island of the gods’,” it continued.
“The airport at Pafos itself has a modern infrastructure with short routes and excellent structural accessibility to the culture capital. Travellers can get information and assistance regarding the local tourism facilities upon entering the baggage arrival hall,” concluded the Germania announcement.
Germania flies to and from Pafos numerous times a week from seven airports across Germany; Berlin, Dresden, Dusseldorf, Hamburg, Munich, Nuremberg and Stuttgart.
— Cyprus Airports (@CyprusAeropolis) March 26, 2017
Stuttgart Airport also promoted Pafos2017 and Germania’s flights to Pafos with a detailed German blog post highlighting the region’s charm as a tourist destination and what to look out for during the artistic and cultural celebrations.
— Stuttgart Airport (@STR_Flughafen) March 28, 2017