Cyprus Airways restarted its thrice-weekly flights from Athens to Larnaca, the airliner said on Thursday. The flights are scheduled on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays. Apart from Athens, the Larnaca-based air carrier will also be flying to Beirut, Heraklion, Moscow and Tel Aviv, as per its new winter scheduling. Cyprus Airways Operations Manager, captain Andreas Georgiou, thanked the Athens International Airport (AIA) 'Eleftherios Venizelos' for its collaboration and support and expressed "joy at returning once again to Athens, our second home." AIA Communications & Marketing Manager Ioanna Papadopoulou said that "2021 may have been one more difficult year for the airlines and tourism sectors, but it is concluding with wonderful news for our airport and our city, the return of Cyprus to Athens." READ MORE: Greece, Cyprus register more than 60% drop in online bookings; 272 million EU nights.