Cypriot airline TUS Airways has unveiled plans to launch direct flights between Larnaca and Dubai (DXB) in the United Arab Emirates for the first time.
The new route between Larnaca and Dubai will be served three times per week with flights every Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday from October 1, with fares starting from as little as €134 one way.
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Ahmed Aly, TUS Airways’ Chief Executive Officer, said: “We are delighted to announce the launch of flights to Dubai, the modern Middle Eastern metropolis steeped in Arabic tradition with a futuristic twist.
“The new service enhances connectivity between Cyprus and the United Arab Emirates, enabling us to offer our guests a quality product with an attractive schedule and competitive fares.
“As the proud bearer of the Cypriot flag, we aim to offer a seamless travel experience for Cypriots and international visitors by offering strong regional connectivity throughout the East Mediterranean.”
In addition to Dubai, TUS Airways will connect Cyprus with destinations like Paris (Charles de Gaulle), Heraklion and Tel Aviv this winter.
Aly added: “Over the coming weeks, we will announce our winter 2023/24 plan, with exciting new destinations and even more flights on our current route network as we enhance and strengthen the air connectivity to/from our home in Cyprus”.
Relaunched in 2021 as a hybrid airline, TUS Airways operates a rapidly growing fleet of modern Airbus A320 passenger aircraft across an expanding network of destinations from its hub at Larnaca Airport.