Cypriot airline Tus Airways is growing its route network after announcing direct flights from Larnaca to Athens and Rome.
Posting on social media the Cypriot airline said that flights between Larnaca and Athens are scheduled to begin from October 29, while flights between the island and Italy’s capital are set to start on November 10.
According to its 2017-18 winter schedule, Tus Airways will operate four weekly flights to/from Athens on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday, and the Rome flights are scheduled to depart twice weekly on Monday’s and Friday’s.
With the carrier’s growing route network comes additional growth elsewhere.
In September the first air bridge connecting the airline’s Fokker 100 jet at Larnaca International Airport was utilised.
— Tus Airways (@TusAirways) September 8, 2017
Its fleet has also grown to five aircraft with two Fokker 100 jets and three Saab 2000s.
— Tus Airways (@TusAirways) August 2, 2017