British Airways have announced the resumption of their direct flights between Paphos International Airport and London Gatwick, giving both incoming and outgoing travellers a greater scope of convenient options for the summer season. The Paphos-Gatwick service operated by A319 will be available five times a week, on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays.
With the first flights set to take off on March 30, the route will run in addition to the highly popular existing route to London Heathrow and Gatwick from Larnaca airport.
Freddie Stier, Commercial Manager of British Airways Cyprus-Greece said: "The resumed Paphos to Gatwick service will provide Cypriot travellers and incoming tourists from the UK with far more choice during peak season."
"What's more, flyers from Paphos can now take full advantage of two-way connectivity to other destinations in the BA network via both the Gatwick and Heathrow airport hubs.
We expect to see a great number of holidaymakers make the most of the route, also proving ideal for friend, family and business visits."
Flights for the Paphos-Gatwick service are already on sale via www.ba.com
, your travel agent or the British Airways' Call Centre at 800 92 556.
Flights will leave Paphos on 20.25 on Mondays and Fridays (arriving at 23.15), and at 21.55 in Wednesday (arriving at 0.55), 20.15 on Saturday (arriving 23.05) and 22.05 on Sunday (arriving at 00.55).
Flights from Gatwick leave at 13.10 (arriving at 19.40) on Mondays and Fridays, at 14.45 (arriving at 21.10) on Wednesday, at 13.00 (arriving at 19.30) on Saturday and at 14.50 (arriving at 21.20) on Sunday.