YEREVAN, February 11. /ARKA/. Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is launching a new route from Paphos in Cyprus to the Armenian capital Yerevan, Armenia’s international airport Zvartnots said in a statement on its official Facebook page.
The bi-weekly flight is scheduled to begin in June as part of the airline’s new Cyprus 2020 flight schedule.
“Cypriot consumers and visitors to Armenia can now book flights between Cyprus and Armenia at the lowest fares and with the greenest / cleanest major airline in Europe with the lowest CO2 emissions,” said Ryanair.
Europe’s largest low-cost airline Ryanair launched its first flight from Yerevan on January 14, 2020 to Milan, Italy. The company will add Berlin, Memmingen (Germany), Athens and Thessaloniki (Greece) to the list in spring and summer.
Wizz Air is also starting a new route from the Armenian capital to Cyprus, which will connect Yerevan with Larnaca from June 1. The Hungarian budget airline had previously confirmed that from spring – also twice a week – it will fly from the Armenian capital to Vilnius (Lithuania) and Vienna (Austria).