Startup carrier Cyprus Airways, which will launch operations in June, has confirmed its first routes as Heraklion and Rhodes in Greece and Tel Aviv, Israel. The Larnaca-based carrier—which will use a one-class, 144-seat Airbus A319 on the services—has not disclosed frequencies, but said it would reveal two additional destinations over the next few weeks. In the fall, Cyprus Airways said it will announce a revised and extended flight schedule to be implemented in ...

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