Sabenapilot From Belgium, joined Feb 2000, 2714 posts, RR: 47 Posted (10 years 7 months 2 weeks 4 days 16 hours ago) and read 1738 times:
As Cyprus is preparing itself to become a member of the European Union in mid-2004, the Mediterranean island could no longer fail to appear in the portfolio of European destinations offered by SN Brussels Airlines, which is based in Brussels, the capital of Europe. Therefore SN Brussels Airlines just reached a codeshare agreement with Cyprus Airways and can now offer direct flights to Larnaca and Paphos.
As from this month of December, SN Brussels Airlines will offer multiple flights to Paphos (2 weekly flights) and Larnaca (3 weekly flights). Flight schedules allow business trips, mini trips as well as longer holidays. These schedules also offer passengers flying from Cyprus smooth connections via Brussels to many destinations offered by SN Brussels Airlines.
By choosing the national airline of Cyprus as a partner, SN Brussels Airlines clearly opts for quality once more. Cyprus Airways operates flights between Brussels, Larnaca and Paphos with modern and comfortable Airbus A319/A320. Clients can travel in a high quality business class or in economy class. On board, Cyprus Airways offers free hot meals and beverages. Passengers can also enjoy the video and audio equipments.
SN Brussels Airlines is the new Belgian full-service airline based in Brussels offering its customers a gateway to Europe, Africa and the United States. The company, which employs more than 1.950 people, guarantees more than 285 punctual flights a day to 54 European and 14 African cities, as well as 1 direct daily flight between Brussels and Chicago and 22 US destinations beyond. SN Brussels Airlines modern fleet consists of 38 aircraft configured in business and economy class. SN Brussels Airlines has commercial partnerships with world-class companies. As from 14th December SN Brussels Airlines also offers a daily high-speed train service Thalys between Brussels Airport and Paris Nord Railway station.