Tus Airways has welcomed its fourth Fokker 70 aircraft at Larnaca International Airport, also announcing new destinations and flight increases to its schedule.
The Cypriot airline announced the jet will soon begin its flight programme to meet growing passenger demand.
Tus Airways is pleased to announce the arrival of the fourth Fokker 70 Jet aircraft at Larnaca Airport. The aircraft will soon begin its flight program to meet the growing needs of the passengers. Fly with TUS in 2018 and enjoy the comfort.#FlyWithTus #HappyNewYear2018 pic.twitter.com/Ii4Zj9RtEP
— Tus Airways (@TusAirways) December 29, 2017
Tus Airways also recently filed initial changes to its Summer 2018 schedule, including new flights to Greece’s Alexandroupoli and Patras.
Services between Larnaca and Alexandroupoli are scheduled to begin on March 27 on a twice-weekly basis.
Flights between Larnaca and Patras are expected to start on March 27, also on a twice-weekly basis.
Both new services are expected to be operated by Fokker 70 aircraft.
Additional service changes included are on the Larnaca – Athens route which is set to be increased from four-weekly to 13-weekly. Fokker 70 aircraft are set to replace Fokker 100 jets on this route.
— Cyprus Traveller (@CyprusTraveller) November 15, 2017
Seasonal twice-weekly flights between Larnaca and Kos from July 3, 2018 to August 28, will be operated by Fokker 70 as opposed to Saab 2000 aircraft.
Services between Larnaca and Rome are due to increase from two to three-weekly, with Fokker 70 replacing Fokker 100.
Seasonal twice-weekly flights between Larnaca and Skiathos from July 3, 2018 to August 28, will be operated by Fokker 70 replacing Saab 2000.