Ryanair has today (September 16, 2015) launched a new route from Larnaka to Brussels starting on January 18, 2016 with two weekly flights to the Belgian capital every Monday and Friday, which will contribute to welcoming over 625,000 yearly travellers to Cyprus.
Flight FR2092 will be scheduled to depart Larnaka International Airport at 12:40 and arrive at Brussels Airport by 16:00, with prices expected to start from €19.99 one-way on the 750 weekly seats on offer for this new route.
Ryanair also unveiled its Pafos summer 2016 schedule, with nine routes in total including daily services to Athens and twice daily to Thessaloniki.
Ryanair’s Cyprus summer 2016 schedule will deliver; the new twice weekly route from Larnaka to Brussels, nine routes from Pafos including: Brussels (once per week), London (nine weekly flights), and Rome (twice weekly); 44 weekly flights to all destinations from Cyprus, over 625,000 travellers per year, and 470 on-site jobs per year.
During a press conference held at Hilton Cyprus, Nicosia, David O’Brien, chief commercial officer at Ryanair, stated: “Ryanair is pleased to launch a new twice weekly Larnaka route to Brussels, which begins in January, saving Cyprus taxpayers €3m, and will contribute to the delivery of over 625,000 customers in Cyprus.
“We’re also pleased to unveil our Pafos summer 2016 schedule, which includes nine routes with our unbeatable formula of low fares and our “Always Getting Better” customer experience programme.
“To celebrate the launch of our new Larnaka-Brussels route, we are releasing seats for sale starting from just €19.99 from Larnaka to Brussels, available for booking until midnight (September 17, 2015), for travel in January. Since these amazing low prices will be snapped up quickly, customers should log onto our official website and avoid missing out.”