Top News on Cyprus Airways

  • Cyprus Airways ordered to repay over €65m in aid

    Cyprus Airways has been ordered to repay more than €65 million ($80 million) in state aid, a decision which puts the survival of the flag-carrier in serious doubt.

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  • Cyprus Airways issues another profit warning

    <p>Cyprus Airways has issued another profit warning, some five months after it announced a financial survival plan....

  • Pressure mounts on Europe's second tier carriers

    With little sign of respite from competitive and economic pressure, many of Europe's second tier carriers have embarked...

  • Cyprus Airways scrapes 2010 profit thanks to Govt compensation

    <p>Cyprus Airways has scraped a full-year net profit for 2010 of €215,000 ($299,078), thanks to a €20 million...

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  • Aegean to start Larnaca-Tel Aviv service in February

    News | 28 Jan 2015 10:19 | Oliver Clark

    Aegean will begin a new service from Larnaca and Tel Aviv next month, having secured the traffic rights required to operate the route.
  • Cyprus Airways' network being restored: minister

    News | 23 Jan 2015 14:24 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    ​Cyprus Airways’ collapse is having only a temporary effect on air route connectivity to the island, the government claims.
  • Aegean moves to fill Cyprus Airways void at Larnaca

    News | 14 Jan 2015 16:11 | Kerry Reals

    Aegean Airlines has unveiled plans to boost its operations from Larnaca, following the collapse of Cyprus Airways, by adding new services to five western European cities.
  • Government to offer use of Cyprus Airways brand

    News | 14 Jan 2015 15:35 | David Kaminski-Morrow

    Cyprus’s government is to look for an investor interested in using the trademarks and logo of collapsed flag-carrier Cyprus Airways.
  • Blue Air targets routes of defunct Cyprus Airways

    News | 13 Jan 2015 13:12 | Michael Gubisch

    Romanian budget carrier Blue Air is launching flights from Cyprus to Greece's capital Athens and second city Thessaloniki after the collapse of Cyprus Airways earlier this month.
  • Cyprus Airways collapse leaves three city pairs unserved

    News | 12 Jan 2015 13:12 | Graham Dunn

    Cyprus Airways was serving nine international destinations prior to ceasing operations on 9 January, three of which no longer have scheduled connections.