TRAVEL: Ryanair adds new Cyprus routes pledges to bring 1.2 million customers

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Ryanair said it will continue to grow in Cyprus next winter and will deliver a total of 1.2 million customers annually at Larnaca and Paphos airports, a 30% increase year-on-year. 

Ryanair expanded its 2019-2020 winter schedule and will deliver 25 routes in total including 7 new routes from Paphos.

“Continued growth in Cyprus has put Ryanair in the No.1 position for market share in Cyprus,” said a statement from the budget airline. 

Ryanair will operate 24 routes from its base at Paphos airport including; 5 new summer routes to Berlin Tegel (2 pw), Bournemouth (2 pw), Kyiv (2 pw), Mykonos (3 pw) & Liverpool (2 pw).

The four new winter routes are to Katowice (weekly), Kyiv (2 pw), Liverpool (2 pw) and Malta (2 pw).

From Larnaca there is one route operated to Brussels Zaventem (2 pw).

To celebrate this further growth in Cyprus, Ryanair has launched a seat sale with fares from  €19.99, for travel in September and October, which must be booked by midnight Friday (28 June), only on the website.

“Cyprus is a wonderful tourist and business-friendly destination. Ryanair, now Cyprus’ leading airline, is pleased to confirm double digit growth this winter as we deliver new Cyprus routes, traffic, tourism and jobs” said, Ryanair’s Chief Commercial Officer David O’Brien.