DUBAI, UAE: Dubai International (DXB) welcomed Cyprus Airways’ inaugural flight from Larnaca, which arrived at Terminal 1 on Wednesday of last week. The carrier is operating three weekly flights between the two destinations on a 180-seat capacity Airbus A320 aircraft. Connecting Cyprus to the UAE, the route is expected to generate multiple connectivity options with the Middle East, Far East and other global destinations while boosting tourism and business on both sides. DXB is currently connected to 230 destinations across 95 plus countries via more than 85 international airlines.
- Dubai Airports manages the operation and development of both of Dubai’s airports – Dubai International (DXB) and Dubai World Central (DWC).
- As integrator, Dubai Airports works to balance the interests of all stakeholders to maintain aviation growth, protect operational resilience and ensure that service providers collaborate to provide a safe and secure service and improve customer experience whilst maintaining a sustainable business.
- DXB retained its rank as the world’s number one international airport for the eighth consecutive year in 2021 and welcomed more than 66 million passengers in 2022.