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Buy one Cyprus flight, get one free

Emirates is offering a buy-one-get-one-free deal on flight tickets to Cyprus in autumn, winter and spring. The offer is valid on flights booked before February 1.

Full return Malta-Cyprus-Malta fares in economy class start at €290 (including taxes), and the companion passenger pays only for the taxes and fuel charge which amounts to €68.

The offer is valid for two passengers travelling together and confirmed on the same booking on flights from last Thursday until May 31.

Apart from its beach resorts, Cyprus offers forests and mountains, deep valleys and flat fertile plains full of citrus groves and vineyards, intriguing archaeological sites, and many quaint villages to discover.

Paul Fleri Soler, Emirates’ manager, said: “The companion fare is a great opportunity for our clients to enjoy a relaxing break in Cyprus.

“The offer coincides with the end-of-year festive holiday season and Easter time, when many Maltese go on holiday.”

Emirates Airline flies daily between Malta and Cyprus using an A340-300 aircraft. Flight EK 108 leaves Malta at 2.45pm and arrives in Larnaca at 6.10pm. Flight EK 107 leaves Larnaca at 11.30am and arrives in Malta at 1.20pm.

For bookings and further information contact the Emirates sales office on 2557 7255 or a local travel agent. This offer is also available through online booking at www.emirates.com.mt.

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