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October 28, 2020

Blue Air to replace Cyprus Airways on Larnaca – Athens and Larnaca – Thessaloniki routes

Blue Air, the first smart flying airline from Romania, has announced the introduction of two new regular flights. Blue Air airliners will fly daily from Larnaca to Athens and there will be three flights per week on the Larnaca – Thessaloniki route starting on January 19, 2015.

“These two new routes inaugurate Blue Air’s second external base of operations, after we inaugurated the base of operations in Turin, Italy, last year. The base in Larnaca comes as an addition to the Bucharest – Larnaca route, but also as a solution for passengers that were using these two routes operated by Cyprus Airways,” Blue Air CEO Gheorghe Racaru stated.

Cyprus Airways will enter a process of liquidation and will suspend its activity starting on February 9, after the European Commission established that it received illegal state aid with the help of which it managed to avoid bankruptcy, the Cypriot Government announced, DPA and Reuters inform. A company administrator will be appointed and the company’s license will be revoked, Cypriot Finance Ministry Harris Georgiades told journalists.


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