Greek carrier Aegean Airlines, which was among the potential bidders for Cyprus Airways, is significantly stepping up flights from Larnaca and Paphos hub following the Cypriot carrier’s collapse. This summer, Aegean will base four Airbus A320s at its Larnaca hub, which it opened four years ago, and step up its Cypriot network to 14 destinations. “I believe that today is the first day of our company’s new course of gradual, but long-lasting growth in Cyprus,” Aegean ...

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