Cyprus Airways will move out of London Heathrow Airport after selling its remaining slot pair to American Airlines. The cash-strapped national carrier, which has faced financial problems for several years, has sold the daytime slot for $31 million. It will move its Larnaca-London service to Stansted Airport from Sept. 14. In March, Cyprus sold its evening Heathrow slot pair to Middle East Airlines (MEA). In a filing with the Cyprus Stock Exchange at the time, it said it had received ...

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