Cyprus Airways is adding a third Moscow service to its network in Russia, which is scheduled to launch on July 25, 2021.
This news come hot on the heels of an announcement made by the Russian Government to open up for tourism, with Cyprus Airways consolidating its position as a favourite carrier for tourism to the Cypriot market.
CEO, Cyprus Airways, George Mavrocostas enthused on the news: “We are delighted to be part of the tourism recovery in Cyprus and we look forward to a busy summer on the Moscow route. Our expanding network offers global passengers more travel options into and out of the EU and reconnections to Greece, the Middle East and Malta.”
The Cypriot carrier is picking up the pace this summer with a variety of destinations available from Cyprus, including Moscow. The airline will be flying to Moscow three times weekly and to St. Petersburg twice weekly.
Cyprus Airways operates a 10-destination international network to Thessaloniki, Heraklion, Skiathos, Preveza, Prague, Moscow, Saint Petersburg, Tel Aviv, Beirut and Malta. The airline has witnessed a positive response to its summer schedule launch, which was supported by a number of special promotions.
In other news, Cyprus Airways was recently acquired by the SJC Group, a Maltese group with operations across Africa and the Middle East, incorporating a number of different activities including helicopter commercial flight operations and helicopter maintenance from dedicated hangars within Malta International Airport.
The SJC Group has a fleet of private aircraft to provide emergency services in remote parts of the world. The company is also a leading provider of fire, safety and security services.