Level – the new low-cost arm of the International Airlines Group (IAG) – has flown into Cyprus for the first time to Larnaka Airport from Vienna.
The route started on 11 August and will be operated with an Airbus A321 three times weekly with flights every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Larnaka operator Hermes Airports’ senior manager for the aviation development, marketing and communications, Maria Kouroupi said: “We are delighted to welcome Level to Larnaka airport. Our flight schedule is continuously enriched as a result of our aviation development strategy to expand our network, both in regard to its routes frequency and destinations.
“The selection of Cyprus by Level reconfirms the confidence vote that Cyprus enjoys by many airlines and tour operators, especially during the last few years.
“We are confident that the Cypriot travelling public will embrace this great opportunity offered by Level and use this connection with Vienna and schedule memorable trips to one of the most popular and exiting tourist destinations of Europe.”