The Cyprus-based TUS Airways: “The Ultimate Schedule” expanding its operation to the Greek market with new direct route.
Tus Airways is offering a new airline model in the region, boasting the most flexible schedule with convenient departure times. “Τhe Ultimate Schedule” is the philosophy of the company, which aims to connect Cyprus and Greece with countries in the Eastern Mediterranean, as well as Europe via frequent flights, offering best comfort, convenience, competitive pricing and excellent service on board.
The new yearly and scheduled route between Athens and Larnaca and will commence on the 1 of December with three weekly flights, on Sunday and Thursday departing at 19:00 pm from Athens and 16:00 pm from Larnaca, on Friday departing at 23:30 pm from Athens and at 20:30 pm from Larnaca.
In-flight services on board this route include meal, soft/hot drinks and hand baggage up to 8kg.
Tickets for one way from Athens will start from 73 Euros and from Larnaca will start from 65 Euros including taxes. Tickets are available for booking through the company’s website or travel agencies.
The new route will be operated by two Fokker 100 jets. This jet was produced by the Dutch aircraft manufacturer Fokker. It’s a 100 seats aircraft which offers travelers maximum comfort and spacious leg room, while allowing fast boarding of flights. The Fokker jets are highly regarded as efficient, reliable and fast aircrafts and aside TUS Airways it is an aircraft of choice and indispensable part of the fleet of prestigious airlines.
TUS Airways announced lately also about launching direct route from Larnaca to Rome on December 2017 and is already operating successfully direct flights from Larnaca to various Greek islands and from Larnaca, Paphos, Athens and Greek islands to Israel, while passengers enjoying the comfort that TUS Airways has become synonymous with.
Tus Airways has its main base at Larnaca International Airport and plans to operate flights to 16 various destinations in 2018. TUS Airways fleet includes currently four aircrafts, two Fokker 100 jets and two Fokker 70 with a capacity of 80 seats.