Cyprus Airways has announced plans to launch a new scheduled route to Armenia’s capital city Yerevan, reports routsonline.com.
The service from Larnaca (LCA) to Yerevan Zvartnots International (EVN) will operate twice a week using Airbus A320 aircraft.
Larnaca-Yerevan route is currently served nonstop by Wizz Air low-cost airline, which flies three times per week using a mix of A321 and A321neo aircraft. According to the schedules, the ULCC plans to increase frequencies to 6X-weekly by early September.
Greece’s Aegean Airlines also offers a one-stop option between Larnaca and Yerevan via Athens (ATH).
Cyprus Airways currently operates one A319 and two A320 airplanes, flying from Cyprus to nine destinations: Athens, Thessaloniki, Preveza, Skiathos, Rhodes, Santorini, Heraklion, Tel Aviv, and Beirut.
Details on the start dates of the flights Larnaca-Yerevan by Cyprus Airways have not yet been announced.
The company’s long-term goal is to contribute in the increase of tourism in Cyprus, while at the same time broadening the horizon for local travelers.
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