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EMIRATES TO FLY FROM DUBAI TO MALTA VIA LARNACA FOUR TIMES A WEEK

international airline, will fly from Dubai to Malta via Larnaca four times a week. Air Malta ... via Larnaca four times a week. Air Malta will be code sharing on the flights between Malta and Larnaca. Passengers from Dubai now have the choice of travelling to Malta and Cyprus at 08:35 hours ...

18/05/2010 - 12:25 - comment 0

Cypriot oil refineries to leave Larnaca by 2010

the island's oil refineries from the outskirts of Larnaca to the industrial estate of Vassiliko, which ... to move the island's oil refineries from the outskirts of Larnaca to the industrial estate ... and in any case will first have to approved by the Larnaca Development Committee and the oil companies. ...

15/08/2010 - 15:22 - comment 0

Cyprus Airways adds non-stop weekly flight from Dubai to Larnaca

is to add another non-stop weekly flight from Dubai to Larnaca from June, bringing the carrier’s total ... carrier of Cyprus, is to add another non-stop weekly flight from Dubai to Larnaca from June, bringing ...   Cyprus Airways will operate an Airbus A320 on its new Dubai-Larnaca flight with 156 seats ...

15/08/2010 - 10:41 - comment 0

New Cyprus Airways Dubai-Larnaca flight set for take-off

Dubai-Larnaca sector following a surge in demand for seats, according to a leading executive. The Mediterranean ... flight to its Dubai-Larnaca sector following a surge in demand for seats, according to a leading ... It flies to Larnaca from Amman, Bahrain, Beirut, Cairo, Damascus, Dubai, Jeddah and Riyadh. — ...

15/08/2010 - 12:58 - comment 0

Etihad Airways Increases Flights to Key Mediterranean Destinations

and capacity to Athens and Larnaca, adding depth to its expanding network, while enhancing connectivity over ... Emirates, today announced it will boost frequency and capacity to Athens and Larnaca, adding depth to its ... guests the choice of two different departure times to and from Abu Dhabi, and in the case of Larnaca ...

Press Release - 16/04/2014 - 07:19 - comment 0

Caught on camera: Egyptian ambassador slaps Cyprus airport officer

has appeared in a video swearing at and slapping a police officer at Larnaca airport. ... a police officer at Larnaca airport , claiming she was subject to verbal and physical humiliation ... at Larnaca airport, claiming she was subject to verbal and physical humiliation by airport security despite ...

Editor's Choice - 06/01/2013 - 05:00 - comment 1

Lebanese arrested for drug possession in Cyprus fights for his life

at the Larnaca Airport, for carrying drugs, is struggling for his life, after one of 60 pellets of coca A Lebanese national, 45, arrested on June 10th at the Larnaca Airport, for carrying drugs, is struggling ... of cocaine.     He was taken to the Larnaca General Hospital, where he initially excreted 12 ...

18/05/2010 - 15:45 - comment 0

Egyptian, Moroccan Foreign Ministers on way to Mediterranean forum

Maher and Mohamed Benaissa, stopped over Sunday in Larnaca, Cyprus on their way to Athens, Greece.   The Foreign Ministers of Egypt and Morocco, Ahmed Maher and Mohamed Benaissa, stopped over Sunday in Larnaca, Cyprus on their way to Athens, Greece.    They were welcomed at the Larnaca International Airport ...

18/05/2010 - 15:48 - comment 0

Russian Deputy Foreign Minister visits Cyprus for talks

Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Chizov arrived in Larnaca Sunday for a three-day visit, according to CNA news agency.  During his Russian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Vladimir Chizov arrived in Larnaca Sunday for a three-day ...

18/05/2010 - 13:30 - comment 0

Regional tension causes British Airways to slash Gulf routes

Kuwait, Muscat and Riyadh will now operate via Larnaca in Cyprus. Services to Kuwait and Abu Dhabi services will be combined. Flights will operate from London-Larnaca-Abu Dhabi-Kuwait-Larnaca-London.    ... London-Larnaca-Doha-Bahrain-London. Flights to Dubai will be reduced from two per day to a daily service. The daily Muscat flight has ...

15/08/2010 - 11:54 - comment 0