Cypriot airline Tus Airways will add to its growing route network with its first flights from Pafos – to Haifa and Tel Aviv, Israel – scheduled to begin on June 1 and 2 respectively.
Pafos Tourism Board announced that Tus Airways’ first flights from Pafos International Airport were agreed upon following a meeting between senior representatives earlier this year.
TUS Airways flights between Pafos and Haifa are set to begin on June 1 and will operate with four weekly flights on Monday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday.
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Flights between Pafos and Tel Aviv are expected to begin on June 2 and will operate twice weekly.
Pafos Tourism Board stated that Tus Airways is also considering to begin flights between Pafos and Athens, Greece as well as other neighbouring countries soon.
“Pafos Tourism Board welcomes this development and notes that the Israeli market is now almost entirely connected [with Cyprus] via aviation,” read an official statement.
“Tus Airways, with its existing operational model, is promising to connect Pafos with neighbouring countries, mainly from the Mediterranean and Middle East, on an all-year-round basis.”
Tus Airways’ flights from Pafos to Israel add to the carrier’s flights from Larnaka to Haifa and Tel Aviv.
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