British Airways is launching a London Gatwick to Larnaca service from next month.
The thrice-weekly Cyprus flights will be operated by A319 aircraft starting from June 30.
Freddie Stier, commercial manager of BA Cyprus-Greece, said: “The new Larnaca-Gatwick service will provide Cypriot travellers and incoming tourists with more options to get to their destination.
“It will also allow for a more convenient two-way connectivity to other destinations in the BA network, from both Gatwick and Heathrow.”
Last week, BA announced a weekly London Heathrow to Gran Canaria service (see online news, May 8).
A winter route, it is to run every Saturday from October 26 to March 29 and will be operated by an Airbus A320.
For more information, visit ba.com.
Report by Graham Smith