Transavia connects Larnaka with Amsterdam

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Dutch based low-cost airline Transavia is now the first airline to offer twice weekly direct flights between Larnaka and Amsterdam.

 

The airline, operating as an independent part of the Air France-KLM group, also flies this route in combination with a short stopover in Pafos twice a week.

 

At the request of many within the travel industry, Transavia decided to add Larnaka to its network of scheduled flights, especially as Cyprus is a popular holiday destination for Dutch travellers.

 
The flights to Amsterdam are carried out in a codeshare with KLM which enables passengers to fly from Cyprus via Amsterdam to all KLM destinations worldwide.

 

Tickets from Larnaka to Amsterdam are expected to be offered for a temporary promotional fare of €79 (one-way, excluding €5 booking fee).

 
Additionally, Transavia serves travellers from Cyprus with flights from Larnaka to Paris only during the summer.

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