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In 2016, Cyprus Airways went bankrupt. In July of the same year, a new Cypriot airline, Charlie Airlines, bought the rights to use the trademark 'Cyprus Airlines' and now offers services under the Cyprus Airways name and brand.

While the new Cyprus Airways continue to offer international flights from Larnaca International Airport, many of the destinations it flies to have changed.


About Cyprus Airways

Founded in 2016, Cyprus Airways is a subsidiary of S7 Airlines that offers international services from its hub airport Larnaca International Aiport (LCA). The airline flies to over ten destinations across more than five different countries. 

Cyprus Airways fleet consists entirely of Airbus A319-100 aircraft. The airline has a codeshare agreement with its parent airline, S7 Airlines. 

Cyprus Airlines gained its Air Operator Certificate (AOC) in March 2017 and flew its inaugural flight with a service from Larnaca International airport to Pulkovo Airport, St.Petersburg in June of the same month.

The airline was to originally launch as Charlie Airlines, however, in July 2016 after Cyprus Airways went bankrupt, the airline won the rights to use the Cyprus Airways name and has since operated as Cyprus Airways. 

 

Cyprus Airways (before bankruptcy)

Founded in 1947, Cyprus Airways was the flag carrier of Cyprus and operated from its main base at Larnaca International Airport until it declared itself bankrupt in 2015. Cyprus Airways used to fly to many destinations, including

Amsterdam, Athens, Beirut, Frankfurt, Heraklion, Larnaca, London, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Rhodes Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Thessaloniki and Zurich. Other airlines that still serve these destinations are Cobalt Aero and Aegean Airlines.

In 2015, the airline shut down, however, S7 Airlines subsidiary, Charlie Airlines, won the rights to the Cyprus Airways trademark and now operates services from Larnaca International Airport under the Cyprus Airways name. The new Cyprus Airways offers some of the same routes that the old Cyprus Airways used to. 


Cyprus Airways Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Passengers on Cyprus Airways flights are allowed to bring one item of carry-on baggage per person which can't weigh more than 10kg in weight and can't be larger than 55 x 40 x 20 cm.

 

Checked Baggage

Passengers on Cyprus Airways flight are allowed one item of checked baggage per person which can't weigh more than 23kg in weight and must fit within the overall dimensions of 203 cm (L X W X H)

 


Cyprus Airways Check-In

Online Check-In

Passengers can check-in for their Cyprus Airways flight on the Cyprus Airways online check-in page. From here, passengers must enter their surname and booking ID or eTicket number. Cyprus Airways web check-in opens 30 hours before scheduled flight departure time and closes 50 minutes before.

Airport Check-In

Passengers can check-in for their Cyprus Airways flight by visiting the Cyprus Airways check-in desk at the departure airport with the relevant check-in documents.


Cyprus Airways Route Map

Cyprus Airways route map


 

Kunming Airlines Destinations

Domestic Destinations

Athens

Chania

Heraklion

Rhodes

International Destinations

Larnaca

Prague

Munich

Stuttgart

Tel Aviv

Verona

Beirut

St. Petersburg

Zürich


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Cyprus Airways News

11th May 2018

Cyprus Airways connects with Germany

Cyprus Airways introduced Munich to its network on 5 May, one of two destinations in Germany to be added to the carrier’s route map this week, with Stuttgart services having been inaugurated four days earlier.

Cyprus Airways has upped its European presence by adding two German airports to its network from Larnaca(LCA) this week, namely Munich (MUC) and Stuttgart (STR). The latter destination was the first to be inaugurated, with the Cypriot airline introducing a weekly (Tuesdays) service on the 2,520-kilometre link from Larnaca on 1 May. Munich operations commenced four days later on 5 May, with the 2,338-kilometre sector to the Bavarian hub also seeing a weekly (Saturdays) rotation. Both routes are going into competition with other carriers. Stuttgart is already flown by Eurowings weekly, while Munich has a daily rotation with Lufthansa plus a weekly link courtesy of Condor. With these launches, it means that Cyprus Airways presently serves six destinations from Larnaca, with the two German destinations joining Athens, Beirut, St. Petersburg and Tel Aviv on the carrier’s route map. Prague, Verona and Zurich are poised to be added by the airline in the coming weeks. 

 

21st March 2018

New air carrier Cyprus Airways to resume Athens-Larnaca route

Two flights per week currently and four after June 1 while the carrier aims to include more Greek destinations in its schedule

Cyprus Airways this week announced that it was resuming a route between the Larnaca and Athens, starting with two flights a week as of March 29, and four flights a week as of June 1.

The carrier's representatives detailed CA's resumed flight schedule to Athens during a press conference at the Eleftherios Venizelos International Airport (AIA).

According to Cyprus Airways' PR and Marketing Manager Kiki Haida, the company aims to include more Greek destinations in its schedule.

Cyprus Airways was formed after the brand name of the island republic's bankrupt national carrier was purchased by the Russian airline S7 and the new airline company Charlie Airlines.

 

16th November 2017

Cyprus Airways Adds Six New Destinations

Charlie Airlines, an airline operating under the name “Cyprus Airways,” has announced six new destinations for its growing route network. The airline plans to connect the Greek capital of Athens and Larnaca, starting on March 29, 2018.

The airline will be competing with Aegean Airlines, Blue Air, and Cobalt Air on this route, which combined flew over 800,000 passengers on the route in 2016.

 

6th October 2017

New Cyprus Airways W17 operations are announced!

Cyprus Airways recently updated its winter 2017 schedule, with service offering to St. Petersburg and Tel Aviv, twice weekly each. Planned operation on/after 29OCT17 as follow.

Larnaca – St. Petersburg 2 weekly 
CY1011 LCA1910 – 0055+1LED 319 25
CY1012 LED0505 – 0845LCA 319 36

Service operates as Day 26 from LCA, Day 37 from LED, from 29OCT17 to 08NOV17

Larnaca – Tel Aviv 2 weekly
CY007 LCA1040 – 1140TLV 319 4
CY007 LCA1720 – 1820TLV 319 7

CY008 TLV1240 – 1340LCA 319 4
CY008 TLV1910 – 2010LCA 319 7 

 

 

29th June 2017

New Cyprus Airways announces first three destinations 

Cyprus Airways has announced the first three destinations that will be included in its flight schedule for the first phase of its launch, to begin in June 2017.

Based in Larnaca, the airline will operate scheduled flights to Heraklion, Rhodes, and Tel Aviv, with two additional destinations to be announced in the next few weeks.

In 2017, Cyprus Airways will operate its Airbus A319 aircraft, offering 144 Economy seats.

In Autumn, the airline will announce a revised and extended flight schedule to be implemented in March 2018, with the arrival of a second aircraft of the same type. The airline is currently looking into adding more aircraft by the end of 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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