Tus Airways launches seven new routes to Greek islands



The Cyprus-based airline TUS Airways: “Τhe Ultimate Schedule” continues to grow, expanding its operations with the launch of new direct flights from Larnaca to seven Greek islands: Skiathos, Karpathos, Kefalonia, Mytilini, Kos, Samos and Rhodes. Cypriot travellers will have the chance to visit some of the most popular and beautiful Greek islands, enjoying the flexible schedule and the comfort TUS Airways has become synonymous with.

The new seasonal routes from Larnaca will commence on the 24th of June and will run for two months until the end of the summer on the 31st of August. TUS will offer two flights per week to each island, on Tuesday and Saturday, except from Karpathos whose flights will be operating on Wednesday and Saturday. These flights will be in addition to the direct flights TUS is already operating from Larnaca to Tel Aviv and Haifa, and the ones from Larnaca to Amman.

Tickets are already available for booking through the company’s website (www.tusairways.com) or your travel agent. In-flight services include a complimentary soft drink and hand baggage up to 8kg.

Tus Airways is offering a new airline model in the region, boasting the most flexible schedule with convenient departure times for every passenger: early morning, noon and late night. “Τhe Ultimate Schedule” is the philosophy of the company, which aims to connect Cyprus with neighboring countries in the Eastern Mediterranean via daily frequent flights, offering comfort and convenience, as well as competitive pricing. TUS have flown more than more than 34,000 passengers since the commencement of its operation in mid-April 2016.

Tus Airways has its main base at Larnaca International Airport and plans to operate flights to 16 various destinations in the first stage, including countries such as Greece, Israel, Jordan, Egypt and Lebanon. The company’s goal is to offer 2-3 daily flights, on average, to each destination.

Tus Airways current fleet includes quick and comfortable aircrafts which allow fast boarding: medium-sized Saab2000 aircrafts with a capacity of 50 seats. The company also plans to acquire soon two Fokker 100 jet aircrafts with a capacity 100 seats each, these aircrafts offer maximum comfort and reliability, while maintaining low fuel and flight costs. The airline’s aircrafts are also designed to land at secondary airports, which fulfills the company’s vision for high-frequency schedule throughout the day via convenient and economic flights within the region.


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