Cyprus Airways preparing to fly again

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2017/03/14 | 276 words | LE JOURNAL DE L'AVIATION | AIR TRANSPORT
Cyprus Airways preparing to fly again © An A310 of the defunct Cyprus Airways at Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport in 2001. Picture © Le Journal de l'Aviation

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, the company said Tuesday.

"The Air Operator Certificate is a huge step forward for us, as it acknowledges that all our processes meet the requirements of European aviation authorities," said Natalia Popova, Cyprus Airways chief commercial officer.

On March 4, the airline conducted a test flight from Larnaca to Heraklion ...(…)

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