Thomas Cook expanding their offerings to Pafos with new flights and a four-star hotel
Thomas Cook are expanding their offerings to Pafos, Cyprus after announcing new airline routes for summer 2017 and 2018 and a new four-star hotel.
From today (May 2, 2017) Thomas Cook Airlines is operating a new route from Newcastle to Pafos.
— Thomas Cook Airlines (@TCAirlinesUK) May 2, 2017
Joining an existing service to Larnaka, Pafos has been a popular destination among North East travellers for years, according to an official Thomas Cook statement.
Leon McQuaid, Aviation Development director at Newcastle International Airport, echoed that remark by stating: “Pafos has always been a favoured destination with the North East public.”
— Newcastle Airport (@NCLairport) May 2, 2017
Thomas Cook Airlines is scheduled to operate the Newcastle–Pafos route every Tuesday.
BRISTOL, BIRMINGHAM FLIGHTS
Travellers already planning for their 2018 summer holidays to Cyprus can also look forward to flights from Bristol and Birmingham to Paphos.
Flights from both airports are scheduled to operate every Friday.
Chris Mottershead, Managing Director at Thomas Cook UK, said: “We know that customers want to be able to fly from their local airports so we’re adding new flight routes to a number of regional airports, as well as increasing the frequency of existing ones.”
NEW HOTEL FOR PAFOS
Adding to the Group’s hospitality offerings on the island, Thomas Cook Hotels & Resorts has revealed that it plans to officially open the four-star SunConnect Sofianna Resort by March 2018.
“For the ultimate family break-away, stay at the new SunConnect Sofianna,” reads the official Thomas Cook description.
“Expect a jam-packed holiday filled with adventure as the kids will enjoy the Lollo and Bernie Kids’ Clubs, digital treasure hunt and games room, while you can unwind in the spa and lounge by the adult-only pool.
“With the fantastic dining options and a superb location, everything is within easy reach.”