Cyprus Airways is the country’s national airline first established in 1947 by the Government of Cyprus and British European Airways. Cyprus Airways operates scheduled flights to over 30 destinations throughout Europe, the Middle East and the Gulf. Headquartered in Nicosia the airline’s central operational hubs are located at Larnaca International airport and Paphos International airport.
Cheap flights with Cyprus Airways from the United Kingdom are popular with holidaymakers. Flights are available from London Heathrow, London Stansted, Birmingham and Manchester.
Cyprus Airways provide complimentary refreshments on-board the flight and a choice of meal. Flights are split into three cabins; First Class, Economy also named Aphrodite and Business Class known as Apollo. LCD TV’s come as standard with additional features including leather upholstered seats and in-flight phone. The Sunjet executive lounge is available for Apollo class passengers and offers light snacks, beverages and wireless internet access.
All passengers of Cyprus Airways must check in two hours ahead of the flight. Web check-in is available from 23 hours up to three hours before take-off. Gate times vary between airports check Cyprus Airways information for details.
Economy passengers can check in up to 20kg of luggage and Business Class passengers can check in 30kg, both are permitted one cabin bag weighing up to 5kg. Infants travelling on Cyprus Airways are allowed one hold bag up to 10kg in weight. Excess baggage fees apply.
The seat pitch on a Cyprus Airways flight is 31 inches for Economy passengers. Business Class ticket holders can enjoy between 35- 42 inches of leg room.
Frequent Flyer Programme
Cyprus Airways' frequent flyer programme, SunMiles offers 4 levels of membership including Student, Regular, Premier and Elite. Earn point per flight to spend on discounts and travel rewards.
Cyprus Airways had the great honour of welcoming Pope Benedict XVI on-board their aircraft this year. Boarding a special Cyprus Airways charter flight the Pope and members of his entourage made a comfortable return flight from Larnaca Airport to the Vatican in Rome.