Emirates increases Cyprus frequencies
Emirates airline is set to launch daily flights to Cyprus, as part of its plan to increase services to Europe.
Dubai's national carrier, which has been operating five weekly flights to the Mediterranean island since 1994, will launch the daily service in December.
Nabil Sultan, Emirates' senior vice president of commercial operations in Europe, said: "We are very pleased to be able to announce that we are stepping up our operations to Cyprus. After 14 years of services, we are extending our commitment to the island and significantly improving connections to and from Dubai and beyond, opening up more possibilities for travellers, trade and Emirates SkyCargo freight throughout the broadening Emirates' network."
Throughout 2008, Emirates has made several enhancements to its European services, which include increased flights to Nice, Milan and Rome. In addition London Heathrow is set to be the first European Airport to be served by an Emirates A380, effective December this year.