Cyprus Airways deal with Blue Air offers better travel options

Thu 29 Nov 2018
Cyprus Airways and Blue Air announced on Thursday they have signed a codeshare agreement offering more travel destinations to their customers.

As of December 3, customers of Cyprus Airways will be able to travel with Blue Air from Larnaca to London, Luton, Athens, Thessaloniki and Bucharest. The agreement allows Cyprus Airways to sell tickets using its own codes for flight destinations from Larnaca offered by Blue Air.

Likewise, Blue Air will be using its own codes for flights of Cyprus Airways to Athens, Thessaloniki, Prague, Tel Aviv and Beirut.

More destinations are to be added in the future.

The codeshare agreement, offers customers of the two air carriers “more travel choices and improved flight schedules”, a press release said.

“We are excited about our cooperation with Blue Air. Thanks to this collaboration, we can now offer our customers new travel opportunities. This partnership is perfectly in line with our strategy for global expansion of our network,” said Natalia Popova, commercial director of Cyprus Airways.

“It is a historic day for Blue Air and the Cypriot market as we begin our planned cooperation with Cyprus Airways. We are confident that this collaboration will bring enormous benefits to our passengers as we have as a common goal to connect families and friends,” said Tudor Constantinescu, chief commercial officer of Blue Air.

He added that the cooperation will allow the two companies to broaden travel choices for their passengers while keeping airfare rates at a low level “but at the highest quality level”.

For tickets bookings:

blueairweb.com, or through Blue Air call centre (from Cyprus call toll free 9001 9010, from abroad +357 22755300)

cyprusairways.com, or through Cyprus Airways call centre (from Cyprus call toll free 8000 8111, from abroad +357 24000053)

Bookings may also be made through travel agents.
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