Transavia launches Amsterdam flights
Low cost carrier Transavia, a member of the Air France-KLM Group, will fly to Larnaca and Paphos from Amsterdam in an effort to increase the tourist flow from central Europe.
The direct route will be operated twice a week from Larnaca, every Tuesday and Friday while flights from Larnaca to Amsterdam will also be available every Thursday and Sunday, with Paphos as a stopover. The flights are carried out in code share with KLM which enables passengers to fly from Cyprus via Amsterdam to all KLM destinations worldwide.
Hermes Airports CEO Wes Porter welcomed Transavia to Cyprus noting that “the Netherlands is one of the developing markets in which we can see important opportunities and development prospects.”
Amsterdam, he said, “has always been a favourite destination for the Cypriots and for this reason we are really pleased.” as