Cyprus Airways, the national carrier of Cyprus, was founded in September 1947 and has since played a significant role in the growth of the economy of the island.
Cyprus Airways forms the backbone of the island's air transport network through the operation of scheduled services to over 18 destinations in Europe and the Middle East by performing around seven thousand flights and carrying around 1.3 million revenue passengers annually.
Cyprus Airways current fleet consists of seven A320 and two A319 Airbuses. Cyprus Airways uses as its livery the moufflon, a type of wild sheep indigenous to Cyprus.
Our destinations are: Amsterdam, Athens, Frankfurt, Heraklion, London, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Rhodes, Rome, Sofia, St. Petersburg, Thessaloniki, Vienna, Zurich, Beirut and Tel Aviv.
The airline is committed towards uncompromised customer service and quality product. Apollo Business Class and Aphrodite Economy Class incorporate upgraded in-flight service providing our valued customers with the highest levels of comfort, care and catering as well as the finest quality of service and personal attention.
The Sunmiles Frequent Flyer Programme is the reward scheme of Cyprus Airways for its loyal passengers over the age of twelve. Members traveling on its flights and aircraft, accumulate points, which can be redeemed for tickets in the Apollo Business Class or in the Aphrodite Economy Class and for upgrading from Economy to Business Class.
Other than the transportation of passengers and cargo, Cyprus Airways also provides other airlines related services such as catering and engineering services. Also full online services are offered allowing customers to view the airline schedules, make online reservations, web check-in and much more.
Cyprus Airways has alliances and cooperation agreements with major international airlines facilitating numerous possibilities for passengers to travel all over the world.
Reborn carrier Cyprus Airways is preparing to take to the skies again after having obtained a certificate from the civil aviation department, two years after it closed...